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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of marinate.


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  • Here we would say its been "marinated" instead of cured, or do you think marinated is something else?

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  • The third course of oysters with lemongrass and chilli pepper, wrapped in marinated pineapple, was pleasurable and stimulating.

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  • He created a private eye named Spenser who spends his free time making gourmet food, including 'buffalo tenderloin marinated in red wine and garlic served with fiddle head ferns, corn pudding, and red potatoes cooked with bay leaf,' and 'German sausages with green apples sliced dipped in flour and fried in the sausage fat.

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  • Sosaties (skewered meat), kebabs, "crayfish" or kreef in Afrikaans, marinated chicken, pork and lamb chops, steaks, what seemed like ten kinds of Boerewors (sausages) of different flavors and thickness, and five racks of something that looked vaguely like spareribs.

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  • I love the one with arugula, oranges, fried capers and what the menu describes as marinated cucumbers $9, which are actually mild pickle spears.

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  • On Night Waves on Thursday night, Philip Dodd took Blair to task in pleasingly highbrow Radio 3 style, pointing out that Blair's memoir, A Journey, is "marinated" in religion, as well as being obsessed with movement.

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  • Sure, what can go wrong when we allow hundreds of thousands of people who have been, as Mark Steyn memorably described, "marinated" in a "sick death cult," who voted for Hamas, and 55% of whom support suicide bombings live here and at the American taxpayers 'expense:

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  • We also had a lovely organic green salad, and some delicious appetizers, such as marinated cucumber spears, dried figs eaten with a beet relish sounds weird, but it was divine!


  • The biggest impression I get from this historical parade is the food trends, from contemporary takes on European cuisine, such as marinated focaccia bread sandwiches on the Denis Sullivan nicknamed "the ship built by a thousand hands and a thousand hearts", p.3, to Americana, like baked beans served on some of the Michigan State car ferries.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Randy liked how he "marinated" on some notes and took his time with the song.

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  • To be experienced these feelings must settle a bit and then be ...marinated, like an assemblage of tasty spices, meats and potatoes.

    Nick Piombino, Fait Accompli

    December 19, 2006