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  • n. Plural form of gelee.


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  • Manresa is a place where "hushpuppies" make you cry and red pepper gelees silence you.

    in praise of Manresa

  • Ek het u brief aandagtig gelees omdat dit in die ANC se belang is om die vrese en bekommernisse te begryp wat verskillende seksies van ons gemeenskap treiter.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • LOS ANGELES - There's no shortage of cooking shows that put chefs on a pedestal, with their gastriques, foams and gelees. - RSS

  • Besides the laboratory work - the week before the fruit gelees, the students made ceviche;

    The Seattle Times

  • In the laboratory, as their fruit gelees were cooling and solidifying in a freezer, the students measured the viscosity of water mixed with varying amounts of guar gum and the elasticity of blocks of gelatin.

    The Seattle Times

  • The soft gelees, however, did not stand up straight, but leaned to the side.

    The Seattle Times

  • Lazar, who had planned to use the purees to make fruit gelees for Valentine's Day, tried to give the fruit to her son, but an inspector called in the -

  • She'd purchased the fruit from Green City Market farmers last summer and had planned to use it to make local fruit gelees for her business, Flora Confections.

    Kids Prefer Cheese

  • All that will precede petits fours and coffee, cashew brittle, pecan pralines, passion fruit and vanilla gelees and chocolate dipped fruit

  • Actually, gelees is "GelĂ©es", the accent is not on the last E, they even made a mistake in their corrections!!!



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