This reduces storage and transportation costs, but robs the meat of flavour and leads to the unpleasant "liverish
" taste of poor quality beef.
Lynn's teriyaki duck was despised - the sauce dismissed as over-sweet and the hapless bird as over-cooked and of liverish
They rarely quote the whole poem they refer to: Pershore Station, Or A Liverish
Journey First Class.
The duck and Cointreau parfait was a rather liverish
light pate with several layers of taste,attractively served and presented.
He has the social fantasists, the Lib Dems led by Mr Clegg, to deal with and the liverish
rednecks in his own party.
-- Autumn write-off from George Best at his liverish
peak following transplant surgery.
I couldn't identify the cheese and was troubled by a strangely liverish
aftertaste in the mushrooms, plentiful and welooked as they were.
She really doesn't know how she comes over on television, which is distinctly unfriendly to people who are both liverish
The most common is that there was a pool near the Pier Head stained a deep liverish
red colour by the peat in the soil.
Across the table, the ample portion of pate, described as very traditional, hearty and liverish
, was getting a good reception.