WEE BEASTIES: The Waterhorse: Legend Of The Deep (left) and The Ugly Ducking And Me!; SYRUPY
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: The Wild' MIXED BAG: Curious George (left) and The Thief Lord' CURIOUS GEORGE Cert U, 86mins * * *' THE THIEF LORD Cert PG, 98mins *
When stewing rhubarb, add one cube from a raspberry jelly, or even strawberry, to give a lovely syrupy
Ranbir Kapoor's problematic and syrupy
biopic Sanju, based on controversial actor Sanjay Dutt's life, and comedy Badhaai Ho!, about a couple's late pregnancy, enters the race with six nominations.
INGREDIENTS SERVES 4 For the blueberry sauce: 200g blueberries 25g caster sugar For the pancakes: 2 free range eggs, separated 50g self-raising flour 50g rolled oats 150ml semi-skimmed milk 25g caster sugar 100g BerryWorld blueberries 25g pecans, roughly chopped 1tbsp sunflower oil DIRECTIONS First make the blueberry sauce by placing the blueberries in a saucepan with the sugar and 2 tbsp water, gently heat until softened and syrupy
but still holding their shape, keep warm.
Simmering port wine with orange, cinnamon and honey into a luxuriously syrupy
sauce is just the thing to tame a medley of crisp fall fruit into an elegant dessert.
He then heaped syrupy
praise on Tory Quisling Nicky Morgan for voting against the government, saying that she had "...insured the sovereignty of the British parliament..." - this man obviously doesn't do irony!
A HIGH tolerance for sugary sentiment is essential to enjoy this syrupy
A melange of syrupy
base notes--resinous amber and ambrette, sensual musk, oud, and leather-like birch tar--add a powerful resonance.
As identified by makeup blog Self, all of the eye shadows in this wizardly bunch have earth tones and the lip glosses will lusciously coat ladies' lips with syrupy
of burnt vegetables, spring pollen, the thick syrupy
What you're looking for is that, when you move the cabbage away with a spoon, it slowly leaves a drool of lightly syrupy
French director Nicole Garcia's "From the Land of the Moon" is as syrupy
a confection as ever dripped from the pen of Nicholas Sparks (though the film is inspired by the novel "Mai di Pietre," by Milena Angus).
Despite a surplus of deaths and heartbreak, a schmaltzy script and syrupy
dialogue leave the film with precisely zero emotional oomph.
LINGERED I preferred the syrupy
, fullbodied red, which blended rich, dark fruit flavours from Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot grapes that lingered long on the palate.