sweet tooth


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sweet tooth

A popular term for a person’s tendency to prefer sweetened—e.g., candies, cakes, desserts—to unsweetened foods.
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Sugar's place as a status symbol, its sheer addictive quality, relatively cheap prices, and our being accustomed to high levels of it in our foods can thus explain why Filipinos have a sweet tooth.
Eat Drink Sunderland Restaurant Week is being led by Sunderland BID, and chief executive Ken Dunbar is delighted to welcome Sweet Tooth Delivery to the initiative.
Sweet Tooth Delivery has stores in Durham City, Belmont in Durham, Middlesbrough and Sunderland.
Kayley Smith and fellow managing director John-Paul Stonehouse founded Sweet Tooth Delivery.
Last year on my birthday, I received a long glass jar filled with chocolates from LA Sweet Tooth Confections.
Sweet Tooth is set seven years after an incurable plague has swept the world, decimating its population and reducing society to lawlessness and chaos.
Sweet Tooth is a slow, intoxicating delight, one that rivals the brilliant Atonement for top billing on the shelf of McEwan classics.
Finding her the perfect fit for the job, the British spy agency soon recruits her for a Cold War operation codenamed Sweet Tooth.
The author has said that he always knew he would write about the early 1970s in England, and has called Sweet Tooth a 'distorted autobiography'.
By unexpectedly indulging him in his sweet tooth preferences until he actually gets sick of them
At least that's what I thought until I ate the fried ice- cream made by The Sweet Tooth Company, a tiny dessert shop tucked away in an alley behind the PVR cinema at Saket.
Amazingly both The Crusher and Candy Man equalled the record by eating five Ferrero Rocher, while Sweet Tooth finished miles ahead by consuming six-and-a-half.