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  • v. Present participle of spice.


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  • Rest of the spicing is almost identical to the Indian variety.


  • In some iterations, the “snappiness” of the cookie comes only from its texture, while in others (the better ones, in my opinion), generous spicing is what makes them “snap.”

    Gingersnap Cupcakes | Baking Bites

  • Niel writes particularly good steak -- range fed, the spicing is different every time, always delectable, and some of it obviously comes from places where cattle are not indigenous, making you go, Wow.

    January 2007

  • First, as Brauchli implied, there’s not much original in spicing together some YouTube videos of animals and making them appear like they’re dancing to music.

    The Post's problematic 'Dancing Bears' video

  • They both like the idea of spicing things up and pissing off Paul when he finds out.

    The Cooling

  • In it the meat is chopped a little coarser than in the Cervelat, and the spicing is the same as that used in Germany.

    Armour's Monthly Cook Book, Volume 2, No. 12, October 1913 A Monthly Magazine of Household Interest

  • My Christmas pudding recipe is a little lighter than usual, given a great lift by the quince though you could use a couple of sharp cooking apples and the lemon zest, the spicing is a little more assertive than the standard. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The malt is nice, but the spicing is a bit too intense for my taste. rss feed

  • Giving new meaning to the idea of spicing up one's food, curry powder is allowed 100 or more bug bits per 25 grams; ground thyme up to 925 insect fragments per 10 grams; ground pepper up to 475 insect parts per 50 grams.


  • One of her bridal showers had been a "spicing", where everyone brought spices.

    Cooking with Spices in Kalyn's Kitchen


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