Classification and character of texturally
it's soft and yielding, perfect for a supercharged caprese salad, or simply to be enjoyed with some Italian charcuterie and fresh figs or grapes.
, this dish feels very satisfying because it has the chewiness of the shio kombu, slight crunchiness of the crispy edge's of the cabbage, and the creaminess of the Green Goddess dressing, a blend of parsley, tarragon, chive, basil, mustard, olive oil, rice, vinegar, and a touch of honey emulsion.
In the end, the most engrossingly visual and texturally
affective work is about names rather than gifts.
Ko kuno!' Which meant the stew was not texturally
Her work is texturally
rich without resorting to glitter and beadwork.
I made the cookiesand reader, they were disgusting: tooth-achingly sweet, crumbly, texturally
(Note that all names used here are informal.) A moment's study reveals surface features that appear to be texturally
'snakeskin'-like, owing to their north-south oriented scaly raised relief.
It's multi-layered and texturally
rich, featuring an array of electronic and acoustic instruments played by an ensemble of gifted Los Angeles musicians.
Tofu skewers were texturally
fun, custardy soft within and crisp without.
Living My Life is texturally
close to the uplifting bleeps and beats of Seattle's Postal Service, yet lyrically it snaps with despondency.