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tablespoonful

(tā′bəl-spo͞on-fo͝ol′)
n. pl. tablespoon·fuls
The amount that a tablespoon can hold.
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Green sauce A small bunch of curly 'English' parsley; a small bunch of flatleaf parsley; a small bunch of mint; a few sprigs of dill; a few sprigs of tarragon; 1 small tin of anchovy fillets, very finely chopped; 6 garlic cloves, peeled and minced; a tablespoonful of capers, roughly chopped; extra virgin olive oil; crushed black pepper.
One tablespoonful contains just 25 calories and 6 grams of carbs.
Speculation is rife as to whether the chalk marks will simply be allowed to fade away, or whether - as happened around the last local elections - a tablespoonful of tar will be dropped into each pothole.
During the Second World War, I served in India as a nursing officer in Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service and was at first surprised to be advised to take a tablespoonful of salt daily during the summer months, but realised the importance of the advice when I found how my uniform dress was glistening with salt after a period on duty.
NOTES: To see whether the jam has cooked long enough to thicken to your taste, put a tablespoonful onto a plate you've chilled for 20 minutes in the freezer.
Drop by tablespoonful onto cookie sheets, leaving 3 inches between cookies.
A tablespoonful of paprika and one of molasses per day are considered helpful by some in reducing joint stiffness.
If mixture is too dry for your taste, add vegetable broth by the Tablespoonful, allowing each addition to be absorbed before adding more.
Wash the soil from the roots and soak for 24 hours in a solution of a tablespoonful of Jeyes fluid to two gallons of water.
There's about a tablespoonful left in each container, harder than the Rock of Gibraltar.
They take a tablespoonful of the peach-flavoured drink before going to bed and say the pounds tumble off.
At serving time, spoon the pesto into green bell pepper halves for use as a dip (a tablespoonful is a mere eight calories).