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tang

(tăng)
1. A strong taste or flavor.
2. A long, slender projection or prong forming a part of a chisel, file, or knife.
3. In dentistry, an apparatus for joining the rests and retainers to palatal or lingual bars of a denture.
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The recipe, I'm presuming, originated in Cancale, the delightful seaside town in Brittany (where, incidentally, I once ate the biggest oyster I've ever seen; like a dinner plate, it was!) combining root vegetables grown in the rich local soils, along with tangy apple (North-West France is famous for its cider) and some piquant garden herbs.
Topped with roasted pistachios cranberries, this (http://san-j.com/recipes/sweet-tangy-salmon-fillet-with-cranberry-fennel-chutney) gluten-free dish  offers diners some seasonal items with a tangy twist.
The tangy tamarind paste with a dash of red chilli and salt lining the mouth of the glass is a real treat.
With the new B-well Creamy Gourmet and B-well Original Tangy mayonnaises, B-well now offers increasingly busy consumers canola mayonnaises that not only taste great, but also deliver on health.
My favourite pick was a warm dessert, blueberry and yuzu (a tangy Japanese citrus) pancakes with yuzu whipped cream and maple butter.
Sauvignon, however, superimposes gentle but tangy grapefruit and tangerine acidity on that traditional Gascon taste to create something at once both light and versatile.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Ash-e Anar (Pomegranate Stew) is a thick Persian stew (or sh) flavored with fresh herbs, tangy pomegranate syrup and tiny meatballs.
TANGY TANGY TOES Please include your contact details including daytime telephone number.
A layer of soft cream runs through the middle of the gateaux that is finished with tangy lemon curd and lemon icing.
. Your sweet sound and its tangy salvation caught in my throat.
The Almond Ginger Cherry Shortbread is buttery and tangy, and the Oatmeal with White Chocolate & Dried Cranberries cookies are a crisp, tasty sweet treat.
Strong salty and fatty cheeses work best with medium to full bodied reds - zinfandel, New World Cabernets, Riojas - while more fresh and sour cheeses, like unaged goat or sheep, want something tangy, like sauvignon blanc from New Zealand.