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Synonyms for buttery

a small storeroom for storing foods or wines

a teashop where students in British universities can purchase light meals

unpleasantly and excessively suave or ingratiating in manner or speech

resembling or containing or spread with butter

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Queso Iberico is a result of the blending of three different types of milk, which gives the cheese is unique qualities: the slight acidity front the cow's milk, the white coloring from the goat's milk, and the butteriness and aroma from the sheep's milk.
It wasn't bad but the spice stopped short the soft butteriness of the pumpkin, which was a pity.
A ripening Camembert wedge, all oozing butteriness, sits atop a chunky rectilinear slab of what might be chalk or cement, which itself rests on four rather squashed mini-Camemberts--its "feet" (a pun on the odor?).
Llanboidy has a rustic, fruity flavour with a tang but it maintains a smooth butteriness as it matures.
The butteriness of the fish really came through with a robust flavour that stood up well to the soup base.
WEEK Wines that go with chocolate PS6 Gallo Family Vineyards Pinot Noir tesco.com The ripe fruity flavours complement the smooth butteriness of milk chocolate.
It's such a pleasure to let the fruit and nut avours mingle with that deep, rich and decidedly indulgent butteriness.
Their Montagny Premier Cru 'Millires' (pounds 10.99 at Majestic or pounds 9.99 if you buy two) is marked by tangy but lingering lemony fruit, balanced by a hint of butteriness. The red Cte Chalonnaise, 'Millires' 2009 (pounds 9.99 or pounds 7.99 if you buy two) is ripe and fruity - raspberry and cherry - with a fine savoury finish, but is light enough to partner white meats.
Made from a blend of the three classic champagne grapes of pinot meunier, pinot noir and chardonnay, this is, again, a well-balanced champers with the fresh hints of fruit and a touch of rich butteriness. Another one for those who like their drinks on the dry side.
The masking effects of oak, alcohol and butteriness overwhelm the vineyard's personality--what Europeans refer to as terroir.
Then we put it against a mellow, rounded Double Gloucester, where the creamy finish was matched by the butteriness on the Chablis.