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A Japanese term for the 5th flavour—the others being sweet, salty, sour, bitter—triggered by carboxylate anion of glutamic acid, an amino acid common in meat, cheese, broth, stock, and other protein-rich foods.
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The Savor Marketplace will showcase indie and artisanal brands created by women entrepreneurs from around the world.
His research indicates we savor in four dimensions: basking (receiving praise), thanksgiving (expressing gratitude), marveling (losing oneself in wonder and awe), and luxuriating (indulging one's senses).
If you take the time to savor each bite, noticing how the sensations change as your digestion kicks in, perhaps your perception of the food will also shift.
Thus armed, Wheeler can savor the disparity between his real self and the mannequin he sends to work in the morning on the commuter train and home at night in the club car.
Purina Pro Plan is working to change the perception of dry cat food by introducing the new Savor Shredded Blend, an all-new mealtime experience that combines crunchy kibble and tender meaty shreds to provide both extraordinary nutrition and exceptional taste.
Savor The Memories provides precious keepsakes, customized by each client's photographs and Balza's personal touch.
Sullivan said Boulevard will offer its flagship Unfiltered Wheat Beer and Smokestack Series line of artisanal beers beginning June 4, immediately after the SAVOR event in D.
Savor Massachusetts is intended to guide visitors through their Massachusetts culinary experience, while increasing the profitability of the industry.
If you venture to Santa Barbara, now and again on the weekends or whenever, you'll want to get a copy of a new, nifty little booklet, ``Get Fresh on the American Riviera: Savor the Flavors of Santa Barbara County,'' from the Santa Barbara Conference and Visitors Bureau and Film Commission.
Harris writes in her essay about barbecue and its Caribbean connection, "The only thing left to do is savor and smile.
Also, there's the ineluctable savor of late Picabia, of course, for postmodern terrible is marvelous revisionism.
I need time to savor and struggle with it, calling on the help of the Holy Spirit.