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Synonyms for glaze

Synonyms for glaze

a radiant brightness or glow, usually due to light reflected from a smooth surface

to give a gleaming luster to, usually through friction

Synonyms for glaze

any of various thin shiny (savory or sweet) coatings applied to foods

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a glossy finish on a fabric

a coating for ceramics, metal, etc

coat with a glaze

become glassy or take on a glass-like appearance

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furnish with glass

coat with something sweet, such as a hard sugar glaze

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Lower bisque absorbs more glaze, while higher bisque absorbs less glaze.
Spread glaze over ham 30 minutes before end of cooking time.
is excellent for use on products that are traditionally difficult to glaze, such as rounded products.
It is possible to buy acrylic products mixed with emulsion paint, and a number of readymade tinted acrylic glazes, which make life a lot easier.
For our base color we used one of Benjamin Moore's Historic Color series (see "Paint and Glazes," below, for the color number).
Crystalline glaze, from its term, should refer to all glazes produced in its broad extent.
The old formulas contained materials that are no longer available, thus those glazes don't exist anymore.
Targeted at the meat and butchery markets, and at the catering and food service sectors, the high quality glazes will bring added value to a wide range of meat and poultry products.
However, be aware that sugar in glazes (or in jams and sauces used in them) has a tendency to burn.
Oftentimes, various glaze manufacturers put out a printed sheet showing the colors of the glazes after firing.
SHULAMIT TEIBLUM-MILLAR IS A VETERAN ISRAELI POTTER WHOSE WORK IS characterised by a surface rarely seen: she plays with a combination of two diametrically opposed glazes on her vessels; one crystalline and one volcanic.
With so many glazes and underglazes being manufactured by different companies that label and number them differently, it can be confusing.
Included are a few of my favorite fast ``can't beat'' glazes, along with a new one featuring onion-flavored mustard and marmalade.
The glazes have a smooth, unique stone-like surface when fired over a Cone 04 bisque.
Colour does play a part in our perceptions, and it is also represented in the many glazes within this technically proficient handling of the subject.