How To Use Whisk In A Sentence

  • Whisk the egg in a bowl and heat a little oil in a nonstick pan. Times, Sunday Times
  • The narrator is somewhat sardonic about his guests and is perhaps influenced by the three whiskies he's had and the cleanskin he's finishing up with.
  • Distilled in the old Irish tradition this pure pot still single malt whiskey uses only the most natural Irish ingredients of barley and fresh spring water.
  • Gradually pour half of hot milk mixture over yolks while whisking constantly.
  • One sheriff admitted handing out 6000 certificates, for which he was either paid a shilling or given a dram of whisky.
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  • A table at the bottom compared the calorie content of 100 ml of beer with the same amount of gin, rum, whisky, cognac and wine.
  • On the ground she was fêted with lavish hospitality by friends waiting at every far-flung airfield to whisk her off to a celebratory feast.
  • They are able to sense very minute vibrations in the ground, and feel their way through total darkness with their paws and whiskers.
  • Nothing kills the festive spirit as much as someone whisking under your feet with a dustpan and brush, folding up wrapping paper and tutting about all the pine needles.
  • Add the tomato paste and white wine and whisk until the paste has dissolved. The Sun
  • Continue whisking until the mixture looks smooth and creamy.
  • A great deal of whiskey is made in Scotland.
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  • The vodka and whisky are flowing and it's just about time to chill out on the sofa with a good film.
  • Add 1 tbsp of this syrup to your pancake batter and whisk again. Times, Sunday Times
  • Numps has sent for me to see poor little Greek and Latin hobble to the altar, but, 'tis a million to one, if our noble baronet does not whisk you there before her. Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth
  • In a second or three, take one high stakes football match, throw in that controversial miscall, stir it up with loads of angry fans, whisk in a few politicians, let it bake overnight and what you end up with is a tasty football ferrora (ph). CNN Transcript Nov 20, 2009
  • It was essentially a labour-saving alternative to using a fork, whisk or food mixer. Times, Sunday Times
  • Remove mixture from heat and whisk in the brandy and vanilla essence.
  • Put the dressing ingredients in a small bowl and whisk together. The Sun
  • The loved-up couple had arrived in Ireland by private jet, before being whisked to the plush Hotel in a blacked-out limo.
  • The horse stood whisking its tail.
  • The stills are generally made of naked copper; the acid works upon that metal, and forms with it the _acetate of copper_, or verdigrise, part of which passes with the whiskey. The Art of Making Whiskey So As to Obtain a Better, Purer, Cheaper and Greater Quantity of Spirit, From a Given Quantity of Grain
  • But he said when he wanted to lose weight he switched from beer to wine and whisky. The Sun
  • Light whisky is stored in seasoned charred oak casks, which impart little colour or flavour.
  • Whisk the cream until fairly stiff. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the drawer was a selection of kitchen utensils - spoons, spatulas, knives and whisks.
  • My mom is a cat whisker collector, I'm her sole supplier.
  • In a recent demonstration, Redding showed how someone who types "malts" into a search engine may land on a Scottish whisky-maker's site. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • An scrape of whiskers or daub of toothpaste unrinsed in the bathroom sink. Ann, meet Bob
  • From the Whiskey Rebellion to the Know-Nothings to the reborn Militias of the 1990s, the eastern establishment has always had reason to fear the expression of a certain kind of cussed American individualism that rebels against what it sees as the encroachments of the state. Obama's Culture War
  • Apparently, the contents of the whisky cupboard were undamaged, to the relief of all concerned.
  • Bhaiya, meanwhile, sent self-pitying letters from near Delhi where he was undergoing military training of his own trials in a world that he found ‘frightfully Poona: chukka, pukka, whisky soda and tiffin: still, I exist.’ Chaplin’s Girl
  • The Magistrate smoothed down his beard and inserted a small nip of whisky before replying. THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES
  • He was wakened by a savage whiskerando of the other watch, who, seizing him by his waistband, dragged him most indecorously out, furiously denouncing him for a skulker. Israel Potter
  • Genever, Holland's version of gin, is often distilled from malted grain mash similar to that used for whisky.
  • And just as I was settling into the new world, ready to explore it, I was whisked away to the mysteriouse oriente .... How To Kill My Interest as a Reader
  • Whisk together flour, oats, sugar, baking powder and salt in a large bowl.
  • He drank gallons of cheap whisky and vodka. Times, Sunday Times
  • The lure, according to Ginny, is "wholesome Scottish oats, and local recipes like cranachan - a swirl of raspberries, honey and cream sprinkled with toasted oats - or the punchier whisky and honey, that other great Scottish combination. The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • A famous roué who played the violin, swilled whiskey, ran after women, and could charm even the most bumptious crowd of voters. Suzanne Berne's "Missing Lucile," reviewed by Carolyn See
  • Gradually whisk in beaten egg and vanilla essence.
  • Old dears about to get bevvied on whisky or port and lemon used to cry: ‘Through the teeth and round the gums / Watch out tumtum, here it comes.’
  • He spoke dreamily of his plans to whisk the beautiful blonde away on a holiday. The Sun
  • We return to our hotel to slug whiskey and create conversational doodles in the private bar.
  • Andrea thrilled us with his free-diving skills, only to be easily outdone by his bewhiskered dancing partners.
  • The resulting alchemy, about an 80/20 ratio of corn to barley, is then aged in barrels that have housed French pinot noir and American whiskey, as well as new unused barrels. Tony Sachs: When the Leaves Turn Brown, So Does the Booze: Three New Whiskeys for Autumn
  • He spoke dreamily of his plans to whisk the beautiful blonde away on a holiday. The Sun
  • Curd is boiled, cooled and whisked buffalo milk poured into earthenware pots and left to set.
  • John produced the remains of a bottle of whisky and they all had a dram to celebrate.
  • Current tradition requires dousing the beast in a liberal amount of whisky while accompanying it with an even larger measure.
  • Afterward, I drank whisky with my friends, nibbled at the unappetizing rations, and smoked and smoked.
  • observer" was quoted as saying John Terry was completely blottered and dancing like an "old dad" to Britney Spears at the Whisky Mint club. Kickette Blog
  • The horse stood whisking its tail.
  • Vintner receipts show he bought dozens of bottles of cognac and a similar amount of whisky.
  • All three of the democratic frontrunners were only separated by a whisker's bredth. Top Edwards Adviser Joe Trippi: Hillary And Obama Are "Banging Down The Doors" For Our Endorsement
  • If you use 2 Blaser vanes they will hold up to many-many shots through the whiskers. Drop away rests or a 2 pronged rest, or a Whisker biscuit
  • She explained that to get the full taste of a whiskey you need to add a little water.
  • Slowly whisk while trickling in the sunflower oil. The Sun
  • Had a huge brunch (kumara latkes, venison and whiskey sausages, liver and onions, poached egg and apple juice) and now I'm digesting in the sunshine.
  • Put all the fruit in a saucepan on a gentle heat and add a couple of tablespoons of caster sugar and a slug of something pleasantly alcoholic such as brandy, whisky or even sherry.
  • One night Stephens mixed a vast quantity of sleeping pills with a bottle of whisky.
  • I began composing an introduction praising the spiritual enlightenment exhibited in choosing to congregate in taverns, like 1849 San Jose legislators stepping in from muddy streets to drink whisky on barrelheads, before plotting out the future of nascent California.
  • Drank too much wine, too much whiskey, too much heady Norwegian cognac.
  • TOKYO She may be cute, but the latest top model to make her debut in Vogue is also podgy with short legs and whiskers.
  • In a small bowl, whisk together the vinegar and olive oil to make a vinaigrette for the salad. Times, Sunday Times
  • Dark-coloured drinks, such as brandy, red wine and whisky, contain toxic additives called congeners, formed during fermentation.
  • Put the egg yolks in a large bowl and whisk until they begin to go a bit lighter in colour. The Sun
  • While tofu is pressing, whisk together the soy yogurt, oil, garlic, and ginger. new blog category: vegan living! « paper fruit
  • You escaped serious injury by a whisker, so consider yourselves very lucky.
  • Investigators found cigarettes, a box of disposable lighters and an empty bottle of whisky in her flat, but no evidence of any electrical or gas faults.
  • Nevertheless, the immense size of its larynx or thropple, which William dissected out and brought with him to England, seems to indicate vast powers of voice in this animal; but I am at a loss to conjecture why it should be provided either with this unusual capability of "blaring," or with the exceedingly strong whiskers that arm its muzzle, organs which, though nominally of little or no importance except in The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 13, No. 367, April 25, 1829
  • He is a kind of bewhiskered Sir Galahad who goes in quest of Trilby instead of the Holy Grail, and having found her, sits down on her bed and cheers her up while she kisses and caresses him. The Complete Works of Brann the Iconoclast, Volume 1.
  • Whisk the batter with a wire whisk or hand beater until it is smooth and light.
  • Cooks used it to make sauces and its wood was the fuel for illicit whisky stills because it gave off no smoke.
  • The dish was then quickly whisked out of her sight and hidden. An Alternative Approach to Allergies
  • He portrays a whisky-sodden Catholic priest.
  • Alternatively, try serving your whisky over ice. Times, Sunday Times
  • Remove haggis and cover with nutmeg, iron filings and whisky.
  • After dessert, and some well-received double whiskeys, I stopped off at the toilet before heading home.
  • Followed by sticky toffee pudding with malt whisky ice cream. Times, Sunday Times
  • Pour the sugar into the wine mixture and beat gently with a whisk attachment, then pour in the cream and beat slowly until the syllabub starts to thicken.
  • He quickly ordered a whisky and soda while they were still popular, for he knew for a fact that they were on the cusp of being unstylish.
  • I was informed, I believe by the late Dr. Whytt of Edinburgh, that of twenty cows in this situation two had died, and that he directed a pint of gin or whisky, mixed with an equal quantity of water, to be given to the other eighteen; all of which eructed immense quantities of air, and recovered. Zoonomia, Vol. II Or, the Laws of Organic Life
  • Must rememer to git new whiskybroom, sumbody trowed away the broom a few daze ago and dranx alla whiskey. why ur hed jus asplode? - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • She came within a whisker of an absolute majority. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her efforts are wasted on this film while the principal actor is similarly squandered as the bewhiskered wizard who follows them through time and tries to restore them to their rightful place in the world.
  • Whisky -- abhorrer of nature, the curse of the human species! Fifteen Years in Hell
  • Whisk the flour and honey with sufficient milk to make a smooth paste. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home
  • Even I eventually got sick of hearing about characters swilling whisky and driving at the same time.
  • For those who know Mackenzie primarily as the author of whimsical tartan entertainments such as Whisky Galore, this bitter book comes as something of a revelation.
  • The bottles of whisky on display are all dummies.
  • Whisk until it is smooth, thick and glossy, then fold through the lemon zest and adjust the seasoning to taste. Times, Sunday Times
  • She's dreaming she'll be whisked off her feet by a tall, dark handsome stranger.
  • Over a whiskey in the bar at the Hilton Hotel in Wilmington we chatted about music.
  • When I complained about how long we'd had to wait for our food, the bill was whisked away and smilingly returned without the service charge.
  • At night, luxuriate at charming inns, sampling Scotch whisky.
  • A single blended brand can contain as many as 75 different straight whiskies and neutral spirits.
  • Despite continuing lax enforcement, concern rose at the end of the century, in response to a perceived increase in the consumption of whisky.
  • I asked Mr. Tobin a question, and he replied with another question - and before I could volley back yet another query, his aides whisked him away.
  • When a white van with two more whiskered men pulled up to the huddle, Sergeant Tommy Wright stepped out of his gold Ford Explorer.
  • Others around the room talk over cognac or whiskey in whispered voices.
  • Make the egg wash by whisking the egg and the water thoroughly together, and lightly brush the mixture on the dough.
  • Food-wise you can order Thai green curries or braised shank of lamb while the drinks, though pricey, run the gamut from fine cognacs and whiskeys to classic Martinis and shots.
  • Gradually add the milk, stirring or whisking to form a sauce.
  • Without a word shed poured two large whiskies and stretched herself out on the bed, her back to the headboard, patting the place beside her. The Edge of Madness
  • In a separate bowl whisk the egg whites until stiff.
  • I suspect that if the cops started hassling all the well-nourished bald guys with chin whiskers, I might soon find this tiresome.
  • If bitters were added to a rum or whisky based drink, it was known as a cocktail.
  • They do have some local beers and whisky and a range of soft drinks and juices, however.
  • They raffled a bottle of whisky to raise money for cancer research.
  • Whether the blue devils were flying around or not, I could not exactly discover, but the whiskey and _blue ruin_ were evidently powerful in their effects. Real Life In London, Volumes I. and II. Or, The Rambles And Adventures Of Bob Tallyho, Esq., And His Cousin, The Hon. Tom Dashall, Through The Metropolis; Exhibiting A Living Picture Of Fashionable Characters, Manners, And Amusements In High And Low Life
  • One can imagine the glass of whisky, a fire burning in the hearth. Times, Sunday Times
  • The dish was then quickly whisked out of her sight and hidden. An Alternative Approach to Allergies
  • ‘The Scots see the smoky taste of Scotch as an attraction but I think it masks the flavour of the whiskey,’ she said
  • Whisk together greek yoghurt, tahini, lemon juice, crushed garlic and enough water to make a pourable sauce. Times, Sunday Times
  • Using a hand-held electric whisk, cream together the butter and caster sugar until light and fluffy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Don't stint on the pudding... where pudding means tumblers of fine whisky not ice cream or custard. Times, Sunday Times
  • For someone like myself who finds meditative pleasures in sweeping, I'll spend a few more shekels to whisk away all that scuzz and dreck with my plant-based broom.
  • Oh my ears and whiskers, no! Times, Sunday Times
  • To finish sauce, reheat in a saucepan and whisk in remaining 1 tablespoon butter.
  • Whisk the egg whites until stiff peaks form. The Sun
  • Whisk for 2 minutes until light and fluffy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Strict economy was imperative during the days which followed and it became no uncommon occurrence for Andy P. Symes to whisk Augusta into a caravansera where the gentlemen patrons ate large, filling plates of griddle cakes with their hats on. The Lady Doc
  • To make the pastry cream, whisk the egg yolks with the sugar until light and thick, then whisk in the corn starch. The Sun
  • Wipe a whisk and a large mixing bowl with the lemon to remove any grease. Times, Sunday Times
  • The international cocaine trade re-emerged in Colombia in the 1970s, courtesy of a mafia which cut its teeth on contraband whiskey, marijuana and luxury goods.
  • Whiskey always gives me a terrible hangover.
  • The drink was the same fiery distillation that was known as claret, sherry, brandy, rum, whisky, or whatever else a role might call for. Hokas Pokas
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  • In a medium bowl, combine the flour, baking soda, cinnamon, ground cloves, and salt, and mix with a whisk to evenly blend.
  • Beer and rum, including a fairly raw variety known as aguardiente are the most popular alcoholic drinks, although urban elites prefer Scotch whisky.
  • Tyler came bearing a tray of bootleg whiskey and gin and poured them drinks in squat glass tumblers stained with unwashed fingerprints.
  • Increase to medium, whisk three minutes until mixture is a pale colour. The Sun
  • Meanwhile, whisk together the eggs, yolks and caster sugar in a metal bowl until light and frothy. Times, Sunday Times
  • The assortments were soaked in brandy, whisky and rum to give it the real taste.
  • Perhaps it's the braces that complete the whiskers look... along with his grandad shirt and vest. The Sun
  • He's been drinking whiskey on the sly for thirty years.
  • Getting a Soviet visa took months of lying, subterfuge and the judicious placing of bottles of whisky on appropriate desks in Moscow.
  • Paddy, once it opened, headed straight to the bar, as if he hadn't enough porter and whiskey drank and proceeded to tank up again.
  • Distilled liquor (including whisky) is unknown in Europe before the 13 th century AD.
  • Often as not the rest of the crew could be split to form the nucleus of a new crew, or more likely, they could be whisked away individually to fly with other crews as replacements for airmen who had been killed or wounded.
  • Whisky is always kept in oak casks that have already stored another alcoholic beverage: usually bourbon or sherry, occasionally port and Madeira.
  • But whisked along in their folky exhilaration, it doesn't matter much. The Sun
  • Remove the vanilla pod from the milk and whisk the milk into the eggs. Times, Sunday Times
  • This release just missed the cut on the last missive by a whisker and a bit.
  • Then, hoping I wouldn't see, he whisked around the house with a duster, wiping up all the dust I had missed.
  • However he admitted him, and Worthington sent his son to buy a mutchkin of whisky costing two shillings, sending him first with a pound note and then, when no change was to be had, with silver.
  • When cool, whisk in the creme de cassis and white wine.
  • Using a hand-held electric whisk, cream together the butter and caster sugar until light and fluffy.
  • He knew that his hand shook, and his brain reeled, and his eyes were bleared; but he never blamed the whiskey. Sowing Seeds in Danny
  • I mean, I get mind-dementing hangovers when I party where Irish whiskey is being poured by the tumblerful and this morning was no exception. Mexican Immigrants in New York City
  • When foam has doubled in volume with soft peaks, drizzle in cooled but runny butter, whisking as you pour. Times, Sunday Times
  • The bewhiskered gent is but an image on a screen behind me.
  • Another notable mode of sensation in cats are whiskers, or vibrissae.
  • Gradually whisk in the oil to make thick vinaigrette. Times, Sunday Times
  • A large contingent of police was deployed at the terminal and the players were whisked away to a waiting car at a back door. Times, Sunday Times
  • She nodded and let him have another swallow of whiskey before she took it from his unresisting fingers and shoved the stopper back into the bottle.
  • Niedermayer put the Ducks ahead 2-1 in the second period, whisking in a backhander from the high slot after Travis Moen and Scott Niedermayer fought to keep the puck alive along the right boards in the Oilers 'zone. USATODAY.com
  • Whisk the egg and then add the flour.
  • A raffle will also be held on the night with prizes galore including a television, hampers, bottles of whiskey, brandy etc.
  • After he had replaced the re\expndtw0 ceiver, he went to the bar and poured a generous glass of \expndtw-1 whisky for Callum. \cf0\expndtw0\par Poem About Never Growing Up
  • Whisk until light and fluffy using an electric hand whisk. Times, Sunday Times
  • Guy, right, is setting up his own whisky brand after becoming obsessed with finding the perfect tipple. The Sun
  • Maymond later told officers he had had six cans of lager, a bottle of whisky and had smoked a joint.
  • He's this wonderful, bewhiskered, white haired servant, hovering with a tray in the background.
  • While its volumes are down, it managed to increase its segment share, if only by a whisker.
  • If you don't take these weedy protuberances for a failed hanging basket display, you might be interested to learn it is designed to mark the passage of time over 12 years, which is how long it takes a good whisky to mature.
  • Whisk again and return to the freezer for another hour. Times, Sunday Times
  • Chirk, chirk, chirk, it went, the sound of a spoon being rapidly whisked round a basin. The Invisible Man
  • Whisk the egg whites until they are foamy but not stiff.
  • This is always quite a ceremony, with pipers piping and whisky flowing and famous faces popping up all over.
  • In an electric mixer, whisk the egg whites to stiff peaks with a pinch of sea salt. The Sun
  • Amazingly I found a whisky bottle, still stoppered, with a golden liquid in it and a date of 1780.
  • And the traders are still there, their modern stock-in-trade tracksuits, tacky ornaments and whiskey sold for a 200 per cent mark-up.
  • On learning the truth, she consents to receive the visit of Lara, an admirer of hers, whom she loves; and, when the Bluebeard, Valdini, surprises his victim and proceeds to the immurement, his first wife slips in most conveniently and whisks him off, leaving Valentine free to marry Balzac
  • Among the branches the squirrels frolicked, whisking their plume-like tails and keeping at a respectable distance from every other animal that was not of their own family. The Black Phantom
  • Excise taxes, the levy on whiskey, brandy, gin, and vodka will be standardized at $15 per liter, while rum and tafia will attract an excise tax of $10 per liter.
  • Whisk the mixture until it is smooth and creamy.
  • Cider represents a fourth Irish drink, one that is traditional, light and crisp, and appeals to drinkers who might not be interested in stouts, whiskeys, or cream liqueurs.
  • The good doctor also has himself a solo career, and his latest song is called democracy, whisky, sexy, a phrase which many of you will recognize.
  • Remove mixture from heat and whisk in the brandy and vanilla essence.
  • The very best stuff is aged for years and is similar in price to malt whisky or fine wine. The Sun
  • One man is rather grey and grizzled, with whiskers poking quite a way out of his brow.
  • In a medium bowl, whisk together the egg whites, small diced carrots, onion, and celery.
  • Crystal Mountain's Thistle Pub & Grille, located in Kinlochen, a Scottish-inspired lodge near the Clipper quad lift, might sound rather bar-like and it does have a wide selection of Scottish ales, Michigan wines, designer martinis and single malt whiskeys, but it's helmed by CIA-trained executive chef Darren Hawley who regularly whips up such exquisitely delicious delights as smoked pheasant and morel galantine with pickled beet and goat cheese gateau. Pam Grout: Crystal Mountain Resort: Skiing for Grownups
  • Slowly whisk while trickling in the sunflower oil. The Sun
  • On December 5, as dockworkers and cartage men on distant St. Pierre marked the last day of Prohibition with a funeral cortege led by French and American flags at half mast, Sam Bronfman was already sitting on the four hundred thousand gallons of whiskey in the Rossville warehouse that had been part of the deal. LAST CALL
  • The final observance of the day is to carve the names of every woman who broke my heart into my arms and stomach, my senses dulled by the whiskey nog.
  • Mix the groundnut and olive oils together in a small jug and gradually whisk into the egg yolk base, a few drops at a time.
  • Suspicion hath it that in this neighborhood, in a still wilder and more secluded spot, there was not long ago another kind of "cratur," not at all extinct, but alive with all the fiery headiness of moonshine "old corn" whiskey. History of the University of North Carolina. Volume II: From 1868 to 1912
  • There are more whisky distilleries in this part of Scotland than you can shake a stick at.
  • 'He has a place down here in a top loft, and has got two hundred and fifty barrels of "rotgut" whiskey. Edison, His Life and Inventions
  • I want to believe everything the marketing people tell me about whisky, and more besides.
  • However, Carême, the "king of chefs, and chef of kings" thanks Wikipedia, piques my interest with a particularly tricksy method, in which the egg yolks and water are heated gently until thickened, and "pats of whole butter" are then whisked in to emulsify the butterfat and thin the cooked eggs. How to make perfect hollandaise sauce
  • In a large bowl, whisk the eggs, milk, salt and pepper together until combined.
  • The young lad behind the bar poured him half a pint of neat whiskey!
  • He opened a drawer in his desk and produced from it a full bottle of Rannoch whisky, the familiar label adorned with an imposing male kilted figure in red and yellow tartan. PROOF
  • Two small glasses of wine or four single whiskies could have the same effect. The Sun
  • Whisk to combine into a smooth batter but try not to overwork the batter. Times, Sunday Times

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