How To Use Salted In A Sentence

  • Cook the tagliatelle in boiling salted water until al dente.
  • Cook the inaniwa pasta in plenty of boiling salted water until cooked, then refresh in cold water and drain.
  • The taste is slightly salted and the texture is crumbly, yet creamy.
  • The samples were subsequently desalted by exclusion chromatography over 5 mL Zebra Desalt spin columns, as recommended by the manufacturer (Pierce). PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Behind the dish's overwhelming dose of lime juice, the broth was tinny and under-salted and left an unpleasant, lingering taste that I associate with the pre-prepared garlic paste you buy in jars.
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  • It consists of tequila, cointreau, sour mix, fresh lime and crushed ice, and comes in the obligatory salted glass.
  • Boil potatoes in salted water until tender but not mushy, about 8-10 minutes. Made in China Recipes: Classic American Potato Salad « Peace Corps: China
  • But this particular morning, my tears were salted with frustration and exhaustion as my body and soul crumpled, overwhelmed by the weight of empathy. Christianity Today
  • I was about to bake them with just a little sugar, when I saw a little box of salted butter caramels on the counter, a souvenir from Brittany, and thought I would use a few to sweeten the fruit instead.
  • Put a pan of salted water on to boil.
  • For the 2D analysis the samples were desalted by diluting the concentrated proteins to 0.5 ml with 10% PBS and re-concentrating them as above. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Phillip Arnold and John Slack salted a mine under claim to Stanton in Wyoming with uncut diamonds from South Africa.
  • The awareness of the distinction salted / unsalted would have been strong in the Middle Ages because meat was regularly parboiled to tenderize it before roasting or frying.
  • You can sit with the fishermen at the bar, or nibble on good bread and fresh pats of unsalted butter while you peruse the menu and affordable wine list.
  • Italian salted and dried fish roe. Times, Sunday Times
  • It consists of plain steamed rice served with beef stew, salted eggs, fried beancurd, tempeh, cucumber, basil, mung beans and chili sauce.
  • Truffle: The surprise center in every cake is a thinly coated truffle made from two textures of caramel: a sticky-salted caramel and a caramel bavarois mousse as in Bavairan—the recipe adds eggs in addition to the usual cream. A guilt-free, low-calorie, low-fat cake
  • The fish or seafood is heavily salted with pure sodium chloride.
  • Salted paper prints were the first type of paper print used in photography.
  • The hope and the relief is all gone now, replaced with a stoic determination, salted with despair. Times, Sunday Times
  • Who decided unsalted butter was a good idea? Times, Sunday Times
  • Foods that contain at least 350 mg of potassium and that qualify for the new health claim include: cantaloupe, orange juice, bananas, carrots, spinach, skim milk, non-fat yogurt and unsalted tomato sauce.
  • In 2008, things were much worse: a confidential report written for Paradzayi Zimondi advised him that prisoners at Chikurubi Prison went for days without a meal and were occasionally supplied with food "only meant to keep a person alive" such as sadza and salted, unclean water. Crikey » Canberra Calling
  • There are lots of choices like this to be made; salted or unsalted butter, smoked or unsmoked bacon, eggs three ways and so on.
  • The roads had been salted after snowed.
  • The landscape was barren and featureless, a bruised mix of yellow earth and salted vineyards. Times, Sunday Times
  • Salted peanuts were recently revealed as the nation's favourite snack.
  • Top and tail the green beans and cook them in salted boiling water for 3-4 minutes till tender, then drain them and rinse under cold, running water.
  • Butter and cheese were made on practically every farm and even the cottager killed and salted his own bacon.
  • Cook noodles in medium pot of boiling salted water until just tender but still firm to bite.
  • Evenings, when we are both home, we usually sit at our wooden table, boiling rose tea in which to dip the day-old bread that complements a warmed, fragrant spread of salted schmaltz, sharing our borrowed newspaper or occasional magazine by gaslight. Deadly
  • Bring a pot of salted water to a bowl, add the pasta and cook until the pasta is al dente. Summer Doldrums with Recipe for Three Bean and Macaroni Salad with Green Olive Dressing (Φασόλια Σαλάτα με Μακαρονάκι Κοφτό και Πράσινες Ελιές)
  • It may be topped with cheese made from the milk of the carabao (the local water-buffalo), slices of salted duck eggs, butter.
  • In a separate pot of salted, boiling water, blanch the fava beans, then immediately drain and shock them in an ice bath.
  • Livers are koshered by being salted and grilled until cooked through, instead of being soaked.
  • My fried zucchini were limp, horrid and oversalted. Times, Sunday Times
  • The salted version often contains spices such as roasted cumin seeds or black pepper.
  • The plain, salted pretzels weren't ready, but ones stuffed with either cheese or apple cinnamon were available.
  • Bring a large pan of salted water to the boil and blanch the spinach for 30 seconds.
  • Eat them with some salted butter or dust with icing sugar. Times, Sunday Times
  • VIGUERIE: Well I guarantee you, the Federal Election Commission has got them what we call seeded, salted, and they have what we call dummy names in there. America's Right Turn: How Conservatives Used New and Alternative Media to Take Power
  • Meanwhile, cook orecchiette in a pasta pot of boiling salted water (3 tablespoons salt for 6 qt water) until al dente .
  • Boil plenty of salted water, then add the spaghetti.
  • It was white butter, un-dyed, unsalted, and usually slightly rancid.
  • The show was certainly a lively, fast-moving, hilarious affair salted with quick-firing sallies of naval wit and wisdom.
  • Cook the pasta in a pan of salted water as per the instructions on the packet.
  • Makes 2 large toastsbroad beans 100g podded weightbuffalo mozzarella 1 ballFor the dressing:garlic 1 small, sweet cloveparsley 4 or 5 sprigsdill 5 sprigschives 6 thin stems and perhaps a few flowersolive oilPod the beans and cook them in deep, lightly salted boiling water for 6 or 7 minutes until tender, then drain in a colander. Nigel Slater's cheese recipes
  • It is a bland dish and may be accompanied by salted fish or other strongly flavoured food to provide contrast.
  • Taste-wise, it feels more like a dry oloroso than amontillado, revealing, as it does, a dark, nutty, chocolate bite on the palate and a finish that delivers waves of salted hazelnuts.
  • Proteins were desalted on a PD-10 column (GE Healthcare) in 20 mM MES (pH 6), 20 mM NaCl. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • It comes with a hot sambal, a chilli paste mixed with salted anchovies. Times, Sunday Times
  • Baked salted caramel custard with crème fraîche was barely edible. Times, Sunday Times
  • My grandparents had a bowl of mixed salted nuts on the table.
  • And the word salad literally means salted, the culinary practice of salting leafy vegetables. The Christmas Cookie Club
  • Nothing beats a well salted slice of cucumber on a hot day.
  • Pan-fried fillet of Cornish red mullet, salted cod brandade and bouillabaisse jus, caramelised raspberry and Tahiti vanilla millefeuille are flavour bursts that I hope never to forget.
  • Peptides can always be purchased crude and desalted, but otherwise unpurified after synthesis. The Scientist
  • Salted anchovies probably never go off and the sell-by is probably just to fit the law. SUMMER OF SECRETS
  • In several specimens of well-made and unsalted Irish butter which I have analysed, I found the proportion of casein or cheesy matter never to exceed 1 per cent., whilst in the analysis above stated the centesimal amount is on the average more than 3 per cent. The Stock-Feeder's Manual the chemistry of food in relation to the breeding and feeding of live stock
  • Put the oil and vinegar in a jam jar or other salted container.
  • I was about to bake them with just a little sugar, when I saw a little box of salted butter caramels on the counter, a souvenir from Brittany, and thought I would use a few to sweeten the fruit instead.
  • Their salted and smoked meat was useful to give savour to otherwise stodgy dishes, and was especially important for the poor.
  • Cook the pasta in plenty of boiling salted water.
  • Salt fish cakes are made from shredded salted codfish mashed together with boiled potatoes, onions, and pepper, then placed in a batter and fried.
  • Well, usually when you take the skin off it can be preserved in a number of different ways and very often it's salted and that dehydrates it to preserve it and stop bacteria decomposing it.
  • She salted away the profits in foreign bank accounts.
  • Boil plenty of salted water, then add the spaghetti.
  • Between dives, I enjoy the local food - grilled meat and smoked ham, salted pilchards, sheep's cheese, paprika salami, Slavonian spicy sausages and so on.
  • A related form was the white herring, which was salted without being smoked.
  • Remove from the heat and whisk in the unsalted butter until well combined. The Sun
  • The corpse is quickly stripped and butchered, salted in curing brine, and left to dry in a smoke hut overnight.
  • Or else you could make a kind of butterscotch glaze: just heat some brown sugar, a little unsalted butter and a dash of cream together on the stove — it makes a thick sauce which you can then pour on the cake with praline almonds. Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Let them eat cake
  • The chemical must be salted out and allowed to dry.
  • I guarantee as this thread plays out it will be salted with philippics from rabid Palin lovers bemoaning "all the hate" being spewed by loathsome Liberals because they are so "scared" of her. Palin attorney warns media over 'defamatory' charges
  • She closed her over-stuffed box that had the fusilli, egg, tuna, paprika, pineapple, salted peanuts and raisins.
  • Maybe there'll be a bowl of ready salted crisps and a selection of over-baked fatty parcels plus a token lump of fruit to round off the whole culinary non-event.
  • I made a few changes -- a sub for the buttermilk, which I was out of, salt because my butter was unsalted, vanilla because if my great great great (whew!) grandma had had access to vanilla I am sure she would have used it, Ceylon cinnamon (not so much a change as a decision) because its fruitiness better compliments the strawberry. Sugar High Fridays: The Test Of Time: Great Grandma Kelly's Jam Cake
  • And as for going as cook, — though I confess there is considerable glory in that, a cook being a sort of officer on ship-board — yet, somehow, I never fancied broiling fowls; — though once broiled, judiciously buttered, and judgmatically salted and peppered, there is no one who will speak more respectfully, not to say reverentially, of a broiled fowl than I will. Moby Dick; or the Whale
  • Remove from the heat and whisk in the unsalted butter until well combined. The Sun
  • By the time he had lugged the boy a good distance down the shore and cleaned him off-first using the salty water, and then using some desalted water that left him with a headache-and returned, Ayrlyn had biscuits and cheese laid out for them. The Chaos Balance
  • The best cattle were killed and the meat salted and sun-dried; and abundance of red peppers and sweet potatoes were gathered; and the tall pinang-trees were climbed for the spicy betel nut, the sirih-leaf was tied up in bundles, and every man filled his tobacco pouch and lime box to the brim, so that he might not want any of the materials for chewing the refreshing betel during the journey. The Malay Archipelago
  • Salted peanuts were recently revealed as the nation's favourite snack.
  • The beans, most often scarlet runners, were sliced and salted in a crock for the winter.
  • French chef Joel Robuchon insists that chips ought to be salted twice: once lightly with finely ground salt, which is absorbed into the surface, and again with sea-salt flakes to add a tangy saltiness.
  • Put a pan of salted water on to boil.
  • By and large, high-salt foods such as salted meat and sausage products, salted snacks, crisps, salted nuts etc. should be avoided.
  • They each contain three pinkish "umeboshi" (salted, dry plums), but those on one of the plates have been preserved for just one year; the ones on the other plate - whose skins are a little more wrinkled - are three years old. News On Japan
  • Vendors wander the sand selling newspaper cones of peanuts or of lentil mash flavoured with chilli, ginger, curry leaves and salted green mango.
  • I have bought some Cape 'confeyt'; apricots, salted and then sugared, called 'mebos' -- delicious! Letters from the Cape
  • Preserved pork, including sides salted to make bacon, held a place of primary importance in the British diet in past centuries.
  • Oysters are most often served in the shell on a bed of crushed ice - although some purists argue that this dulls their flavor - with thin slices of rye bread, salted butter, and lemon juice.
  • The new season's salted anchovies are pearly pink and slippery. Times, Sunday Times
  • With one tistle-head, and a nettle or two, he could make a soupe for twenty guests — an haunch of a little puppy-dog made a roti des plus excellens; but his coupe de maitre was when the rendition — what you call the surrender, took place and appened; and then, dieu me damme, he made out of the hind quarter of one salted horse, forty-five couverts; that the English and Scottish officers and nobility, who had the honour to dine with Monseigneur upon the rendition, could not tell what the devil any of them were made upon at all. The Fortunes of Nigel
  • Then brush the outside of the bread with melted, unsalted butter and place the sandwich in the skillet, Kafka directs.
  • I never fancied broiling fowls; -- though once broiled, judiciously buttered, and judgmatically salted and peppered, there is no one who will speak more respectfully, not to say reverentially, of a broiled fowl than I will. Moby Dick, or, the whale
  • For the pastry170g plain flour, plus extra to dust60g quick-cook polenta20g finely grated parmesan140g unsalted butter, fridge-cold and cut into cubes50ml waterA pinch of saltFor the filling200g comté, grated150ml crème fraîche150ml single cream3 eggs2 tsp nigella seeds¾ tsp each salt and ground whitepepper200g chopped Swiss chard, cooked for a few minutes in olive oil (or spinach, washed, wilted and drained) Yotam Ottolenghi's comté and polenta tart recipe
  • Sip a Beefeater martini, nibble salted nuts, pray for himself, pray for the world.
  • The meat was cubed, heavily salted, and cured for twelve hours.
  • The egg may be broken into a bowl, then buttered and salted; or set in an egg cup, small end up, in which case the shell is circularly crackled by tapping with the back of a knife half an inch below the tip, then opened with a thrust of the blade.
  • But this particular morning, my tears were salted with frustration and exhaustion as my body and soul crumpled, overwhelmed by the weight of empathy. Christianity Today
  • Pudding was moreish salted-caramel kulfi. Times, Sunday Times
  • Boil the potatoes in salted water until just tender.
  • She salted beans and onions in a crock, made jam and pickles, and preserved eggs.
  • 4-5 umeboshi (salted, fermented plums), very finely chopped. Times, Sunday Times
  • At Rue 57, a bustling midtown Manhattan French bistro, along with the hard-boiled eggs displayed on the bar for snacking are salted edamame, a perfect bar nibble.
  • In the meantime, cook the pasta in boiling salted water.
  • To make the salted caramel, cook the sugar in a large non-stick pan over a low heat until it dissolves into a pale golden syrup. The Sun
  • In an email to AFP, Han said the experiment entailed a tiny microfluidic chip, just a few millimetres (fraction of an inch) square, that desalted just 10 microlitres per minute. Bangkokpost.com : Breaking News
  • Place the moistened bread, six cloves of garlic, 3½ cups of fried and salted Marcona almonds, 3 tablespoons high-quality sherry vinegar, 5 cups yellow or green seedless grapes and 1½ cups extra virgin olive oil into the bowl of a food processor. Chilled Summer Soups
  • If you're making scrambled eggs, add a couple of salted anchovies when melting the butter. The Sun
  • Sausage, pork, beef, mutton, chicken, and dried or salted fish are widely available and relatively cheap.
  • Other favorites include cracked corn, nuts (unsalted, please) and suet.
  • Cook noodles in medium pot of boiling salted water until just tender but still firm to bite.
  • Remove from the heat and whisk in the unsalted butter until well combined. The Sun
  • Their salted and smoked meat was useful to give savour to otherwise stodgy dishes, and was especially important for the poor.
  • Cook fettuccine in salted boiling water, add to the sauce(Step 3) with cream, toss well. Season with salt and pepper and sprinkle with chopped chives or Italian parsley.
  • Japanese Wheat Noodles The standard thick Japanese noodles 2–4 mm in diameter, called udon, are descendents of the Chinese white salted noodle. On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen
  • Mr. Bantling, who was of rather a slow and a discursive habit, relished a prompt, keen, positive woman, who charmed him by the influence of a shining, challenging eye and a kind of bandbox freshness, and who kindled a perception of raciness in a mind to which the usual fare of life seemed unsalted. The Portrait of a Lady
  • • Energy Club of Pacoima earlier Tuesday announced the voluntary recall of Energy Club and Mucho Sabor branded in-shell salted pistachios due to potential contamination with salmonella as a follow up to the voluntary recall of roasted shelled and inshell pistachios announced by Setton Pistachio of Terra Bella Inc. undefined
  • *hauls in ginormous tray loaded with bowls of salted almonds, picholine olives, and fresh mozzarella, gorgonzola picante, and thinly-sliced breads. dis poor subztidute - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • I cannot, unfortunately, return him the compliment he paid you at Wilhelmsthal ” "Young man, you have satisfied me"; for, after having heard it at three rehearsals, I found no satisfaction in it either for my ears or my mind: it is the old frippery of counterpoint ” the old unsalted, unpeppered sausage, [Figure: Musical example] etc., rubbish, to the ruin of eye and ear! Letters
  • Pizza, pasta, burritos, and any food that must be salted or is occasionally sold with an action figure from a current movie is expressly forbidden.
  • Cook the fusilli and bow ties separately in a large pot of boiling salted water for 10 to 12 minutes until each pasta is al dente.
  • It is not kosher. eggplant (solanum melongena) - related to deadly nightshade (though not nearly as dangerous) - aka aubergine, brinjal, needs treatment to get rid of bitterness which is why recipes using it often call for baking it, grilling it or letting it sit, salted prior to actual cooking; disgustingly yummy in dips and curries, the Japanese variety is small, the SE Asian variety tiny, and the US variety so abundantly large you almost die of horror when it shrinks as you prepare it. undefined
  • Meanwhile, stir-fry garlic until it smells fragrant, add in salted soya beans, stir well.
  • After the roll call, the prisoners' meal was a small loaf of bread, some lard or margarine and occasionally about 100 grams of salted pork.
  • Besides milking a cow and separating off the cream, that cream has to be churned for quite a while at the right temperature, washed and salted and moulded until it's just right.
  • For the pastry:180g plain flour90g caster sugar90g unsalted butter, diced3 egg yolks and 1 egg whiteFor the filling:5 unwaxed lemons275g caster sugar4 eggs, beaten 300g unsalted butter1. How to cook perfect tarte au citron
  • We met some real Chicago natives and they showed us their techniques for eating salted peanuts whole in the shell.
  • Salted meats and fish were considered low-status ingredients, appropriate for labourers but not for nobles, and certainly not worthy enough to be treated with spices.
  • My Iranian mate Omid seeks solace in bowls of ash-e anar , a delicious sounding pomegranate soup, while his granddad was a firm believer in the restorative properties of boiled, salted turnips. The Guardian World News
  • Who decided unsalted butter was a good idea? Times, Sunday Times
  • All the salted meats in the keeves had disappeared.
  • Fill a piping bag with the salted caramel crème patisserie and a medium nozzle. Times, Sunday Times
  • After this the stomach goes through several steps including being dry-salted, washed, scraped to remove surface fat, stretched onto racks where moisture is removed, then finally ground and mixed with a salt solution until the rennin is extracted. bettyalready Diary Entry
  • If you like, add salted, peppered chicken parts, and firm linguica or chorizo sausage. One Big Table
  • Stay away from candied or heavily salted nuts, and opt for raw nuts such as those by Planters.
  • Take, say, half a pound of sparghetti, wash it in cold water, and throw it instantly into boiling salted water; boil it till it is tender, about twenty minutes, drain it, put it into a hot vegetable-dish, and mix in two or three tablespoonfuls of grated Parmesan cheese; toss it about lightly with a couple of forks, till the cheese melts and forms what may be called cobwebs on tossing it about. Cassell's Vegetarian Cookery A Manual of Cheap and Wholesome Diet
  • Scatter over the berries and drizzle with salted caramel. Times, Sunday Times
  • Drizzle with sesame oil, and scatter with shredded ginger, spring onions, salted peanuts and coriander.
  • Streaky pork salted with apricot and honey for 48 hours in advance before roasting.
  • In Jutland dabs are salted and dried and sold under a name which means ‘dried Jutlanders’.
  • The offal would be passed round for instant consumption, the rest potted, salted or dried.
  • In the Far East they are also exploited as a dried, salted or smoked food called trepang or beche-de-mer and they are also vital to the development of a healthy reef, acting like giant earthworms and recycling nutrients.
  • It's the salted caramel mousse with caramelized puff pastry, apple and cinnamon beignets, granny smith sorbet, feijoa and pain d'epice. The Search for Auckland's Best Fish Continues
  • The fish or seafood is heavily salted with pure sodium chloride.
  • We curse the empty reservoir of washer fluid in the rush hour traffic over freshly salted slush.
  • The schooners make three trips to the banks of Newfoundland in a season; the first, or spring cargo, are large, thick fish, which, after being properly salted and dried, are kept alternately above and under ground, till they become so mellow as to be denominated _dumb fish_. Travels in the United States of America Commencing in the Year 1793, and Ending in 1797. With the Author's Journals of his Two Voyages Across the Atlantic.
  • The dessert was a Belgian chocolate pot, served with pistachio nuts, salted caramel, and honeycomb, having a Christmas look and feel to it.
  • I've read many times since that the best way to cook live prawns is to boil them in heavily salted water or, better still, seawater.
  • Strain off the water and mash the potatoes straight away, stirring in 200 ml of double cream and a few pieces of unsalted butter.
  • To simplify cooking it at home, I've shifted my shopping from Asian markets to supermarkets, substituting sour pickles for salted mustard greens, ground turkey for ground pork, and fettuccine for Asian noodles.
  • To celebrate this weekend's snowpocalypse, the government-data-lovin 'city of Washington DC constructed an online "Snowmap" showing where and how city vehicles had plowed and/or salted your neighborhood, with color-code street condition info to boot. DC get its Snowmap on
  • He has a pennyworth of cold boiled (unsalted) beef, a pennyworth of bread, a halfpennyworth of cheese and a pennyworth of currant jam. A Tramp's Wallet stored by an English goldsmith during his wanderings in Germany and France
  • O Harry! nurse Joanna tells me that they do eat but frozen turnips and salted beef in his dreadful country, and that the queen-mother, Margaret, wears a gambison [R] and hauberk [S] like to a belted knight. Historic Boys Their Endeavours, Their Achievements, and Their Times
  • When you go to the cinema, do you have sweet or salted popcorn?
  • The plain, salted pretzels weren't ready, but ones stuffed with either cheese or apple cinnamon were available.
  • the rebels had salted the fields with mines and traps
  • Let stand at least ten minutes. Meanwhile, cook orzo in a pasta pott of boiling salted water (1 1/2 tablespoons salt for 4 quarts water) until al dente.
  • Eventually they managed to track down frozen varieties of fish, which were fed to the timid bird in a bowl of salted water.
  • The liquid drawn off after the salted fish had fermented for about two months was garum or liquamen; allec or allex was the name of the solid residue, which also had culinary uses.
  • A more popular Creole dish is roasted breadfruit with salted codfish, onions, and peppers cooked in oil.
  • The only variance of note was that in Term 22, providing for the short-term continuance of statutes relating to the export marketing of salted fish. The constitutional fish, redux
  • The extraordinary salted chewiness of bresaola is flattered by limpid extra virgin olive oil.
  • Well, Shawn, if she has desalted you, I know one that loves you better than ever she did, and that would never desart you, as Grace Davoren has done. The Evil Eye; Or, The Black Spector The Works of William Carleton, Volume One
  • One writer, from India, specified using two thick slices of white bread, slathering both with plenty of unsalted, softened butter, and sprinkling on either white or brown sugar.
  • It is a concoction of hot pepper, spice, sugar, cassareep, and salted meat, such as beef and/or pork, and is eaten with rice or another starch.
  • Then we move on to the bread service, where I chose a picholine olive mini-baguette served along with their unsalted butter. The Wandering Eater
  • Top and tail the green beans, then cook in boiling salted water until very tender.
  • Decorate a small conifer or other evergreen tree with garlands of unsalted popcorn and cranberries and grapes strung on heavy-duty thread.
  • It is a history of ceaseless, demented innovation: the first time a blue twist of salt was included; the arrival of ready-salted (the sliced bread moment); the cheese-and-onion Tayto; the invention of prawn-cocktail powder; crinkle cut, thick cut, square cut, jacket on, "gourmet," kettle fried ... Britishness Acquires an Extra Crunch
  • With one tistle-head, and a nettle or two, he could make a soupe for twenty guests -- an haunch of a little puppy-dog made a roti des plus excellens; but his coupe de maitre was when the rendition -- what you call the surrender, took place and appened; and then, dieu me damme, he made out of the hind quarter of one salted horse, forty-five couverts; that the English and Scottish officers and nobility, who had the honour to dine with Monseigneur upon the rendition, could not tell what the devil any of them were made upon at all. The Fortunes of Nigel
  • About 80 percent of exports consist of frozen, dried, and salted skipjack tuna; canned fish; dried shark fins; and fish meal.
  • Salted chicken is a speciality, as is llama meat. The Sun
  • The shepherd's pie was followed by waiters carrying plates of nibbles; nuts, crisps, salted crackers and more champagne.
  • The land here had been desalted enough to support a variety of vegetation; however, much of the area was devoted to industry and the capital itself. Pawns and Symbols
  • In Spain and Mexico pumpkin seeds (pepitas) are eaten roasted, fried, or salted; and they are a popular snack in other countries too.
  • The recalled skinless salted peanuts come in 10-ounce containers, while the honey roasted peanuts were sold in 11-ounce containers. Anchorage Daily News - Alaska News
  • Indeed, regardless of era, salted bacon, especially rashers of bacon, and salted butter have endured as favourite foodstuffs.
  • Cook pasta in plenty of boiling, salted water until just tender.
  • The ingredients for a good polenta are one pound of corn meal, preferably granulous, one quart and a half of water, salted in proportion, one piece of butter, one cup and a half of milk. The Italian Cook Book The Art of Eating Well
  • When the long-horned little cow had been salted and foddered in the new barn, and when her liquid eyes had taken in the surroundings of the sunny little meadow and cabin by the lonely Quah-Davic, she was well enough content, and the mellow _tunk-a-tonk, tank tonk_ of her bell was sounded never out of ear-shot from the cabin. The Watchers of the Trails A Book of Animal Life
  • With salted caramel butter, it's irresistible. Times, Sunday Times
  • This is particularly the case when elasmobranch fish such as sharks and rays, are being salted and sun dried. Chapter 9
  • A kipper is a whole herring that has been split from tail to head, gutted, salted, and cold smoked. Alexia's London: Supper Feb 11, 1876
  • This is followed by up to two quarts of warm salted water or strong licorice tea which in such high dosage is emetic.
  • To make clarified butter, melt 60g unsalted butter over a gentle heat and bring to the boil. Times, Sunday Times
  • So the Russians like to eat shchi (cabbage soup), especially overnight shchi and sour shchi with mushrooms cooked in baked clay pots, borshch (beetroot soup), rassolnic (salted cucumber soup), solyanka (meat or fish, salty vegetables) and other thick soups.
  • In the past, we ate far more salted and preserved foods; today, with the advent of fridges, we eat more fresh food.
  • So to make it a bit special for Easter, try it with salted caramel. Times, Sunday Times
  • This one was served in a sandwich of salted toast. Times, Sunday Times
  • The supernatant was desalted by centrifugal gel filtration and concentrated by ultrafiltration as previously described.
  • There are only two ingredients in salted butter. The Sun
  • It encapsulates Jamaica's colonial past perfectly, as the fish (salted cod) would have been transported south in ships coming to collect sugar, while ackee, a savoury fruit, was introduced from West Africa.
  • Cook the pasta in a large pan of boiling, salted water according to packet instructions.
  • To poach the fish, put the lemon juice in a shallow pan with enough lightly salted water to cover the fish, then bring to the boil.
  • Jerusalem artichokes were painted with olive oil, salted and peppered, and baked whole, like little potatoes, until the skins darkened and split and the oozing juices caramelized.
  • However, these stretches of road are thoroughly salted to clear the snow and make them safe for road users.
  • I had a side salad of rocket, chard, oak leaf lettuce and balsamic vinegar, which was very over-salted.
  • The book is salted with introspective passages that document the author's increasingly obsessive antiwar bias.

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