sharp-tasting


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somewhat bitter

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Quite a sharp-tasting claret with a bitter aftertaste.
Native Americans also used the plant's sharp-tasting greens to flavor salads.
e tangy, sharp-tasting products were so well received that the Signatures restaurant put them straight onto their menu for one of the busiest weekends of the year.
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To balance the gall bladder I should incorporate into my diet some sharp-tasting pickles.
For the salad: 450g cooked ham, flaked or shredded 1 small celeriac 1 small red cabbage 1 small bulb fennel 1 large Granny Smith or sharp-tasting apple 1 large spring onion A few fresh walnuts A few pickled walnuts A few radishes 1 small radicchio lettuce 1 frisee lettuce A small bag of fresh rocket A small bunch flatleaf parsley For the dressing: 300ml natural yoghurt or creme fraiche 3 tbsps wholegrain mustard 2 tbsps Mayonnaise A little Extra-Virgin Olive oil Lemon juice 2 tsp capers, well-rinsed and chopped S&P Method: First, make up the dressing; whisk all the ingredients together in a small bowl until smooth, adjusting the consistency and seasoning as you prefer.
For the salad: 4 large pigeon breasts The grated zest of a lemon (keep the juice for the dressing) A little fresh thyme 1 medium celeriac 1 large Granny Smith or sharp-tasting apple A few fresh walnuts A few pickled walnuts A few radishes 1 radicchio lettuce 1 frisee lettuce A small bag of fresh rocket For the dressing: 200ml natural yoghurt or creme fraiche 2 tbsps wholegrain mustard 2 tbsps Mayonnaise Extra-Virgin Olive oil Lemon juice 2 tsp capers, well-rinsed and chopped A little finely-chopped curly parsley S&P Method: First, pop the pigeon breasts into a freezer bag with a little olive oil, along with a few grinds of fresh black pepper, some fresh thyme and the lemon zest, and refrigerate until required, preferably overnight.
Chib, a knife used as a weapon, nippy, a tangy, sharp-tasting food, and hoor, a prostitute or anyone who behaves badly, are among the Scots terms included in the new Oxford Dictionary for the first time.