gaminess


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Synonyms for gaminess

behavior or language bordering on indelicacy

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Some people don't like Rioja, or at least the older stuff that has spent a few years in barrel and bottle developing a sort of gaminess.
If you've been previously put off by venison's gaminess, try it here ($36).
Lamb, with its alluring gaminess, will work just fine with English pale ale but will be glad to pair with something showier.
West made her reputation for gaminess in the early years of the last century by appropriating the dance moves she saw in black clubs and putting them on the vaudeville stage.
Dixon embodied the gaminess and social chutzpa that marked early minstrelsy.
The flavour was incredibly savoury, with a little gaminess I now know was lent to the haslet by the inclusion of pig's liver.
While processing and before wrapping your venison, remove all bones, fat, fascia and bloodshot meat to keep flavor mild and minimize gaminess.
Traditional roast game birds such as pheasant and partridge are well suited to a claret that will not overpower their mild gaminess.
99) that might please purists but is unlikely to become a hit item due to the natural oiliness and slight gaminess of goat meat.
It's more like the mild, lean dark meat of young pheasant, but without any gaminess.
Something just as good, and with an added rich gaminess, is pigeon breast.