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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of steam.
- adj. Angry, hot under the collar.
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- adj. aroused to impatience or anger
- adj. cooked in steam
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Toss in steamed broccoli, spoon over noodles and serve immediately.
When the train steamed into the station, the band played a march.
In the summer of 1962, RANDOLPH again steamed to the
In the U.S. and, to a lesser extent Canada, Starbucks and its many imitators have done a good job of conditioning people to associate high quality — or, at the very least, a high price — with incinerated beans buried in steamed milk, but professional tasters have no interest in dark roasts, which taste like process, not product.
Tabla Chef de Cuisine Floyd Cardoz was on hand with several of his sous and commis serving a spicy Indian lamb dish in steamed banana leaves.
The sandwich, which has a suggested retail price of $2.89, comes on plain steamed bun, with butter and two pickles its sole condiments.
We enjoyed it with crispy dosas, then with plain steamed rice, and it was tasty every which way.
This amti would be delicious with plain steamed rice, and is "sturdy" enough to be a good accompaniment to steamed brown rice.
Plain steamed rice is cooled and then mixed with beaten yogurt tempered with some spices.
Citrus peel is still good even as it dries and can be crushed up and bottled, for further use in steamed poupouri's