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- n. The property of being meaty.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Quality of being meaty.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being meaty, in any sense; fleshiness; pithiness: as, the meatiness of an ox, or of a discourse.
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There’s nothing quite like the flavor and color of a sun-ripened tomato; its sweet meatiness is the star of pico de gallo — the other ingredients are just supporting players.
It gives his cake an unparalleled moistness and a "meatiness" to the texture.
This kind of dissolved throughout the risotto and enhanced the flavor with the "meatiness" of the concoction.
[Note: I found it difficult not to cook the mushrooms past the liquid stage because I love mushrooms when they get really cooked and golden and toasty; however, after some experimentation, I realized why Deb has you do it this way: the mushrooms will shrink a LOT if you cook them all the way through, and they won't retain any semblance of textural meatiness which is what you're going for here.
I think that it would not overpower the creaminess of the peanut butter, but would stand up to the salty, meatiness of the bacon.
I know, it may sound far fetched and yes, honestly I was very surprised with their meatiness, and the juiciness of their salsa.
The addition of chicken liver gives this meat loaf a richness and a meatiness not found in the conventional, ketchup-slathered stuff.
Instead, it's a lot more approachable, filled with red raspberry and cherry flavors with a more subtle spiciness and meatiness.
There an interesting brown sugar component and some faint meatiness, but without fruit to balance it, the alcohol pokes through pretty signifcantly on the finish too.
I have yet to meet a terrine whose overriding meatiness wasn't improved by a dollop of pickle or chutney.