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Available in three flavors-Almond, Blueberry and Chocolate Chip-the oven-ready dough yields eight scones per package that bake up quickly, easily and tastily in home ovens in a matter of minutes.
Our boutique style room was modern, tastily styled and individual.
Composed in a typical ragtime form with its multiple sections and an obligatory trio, "Bowery Rag" features a f meter, sixteenth-note rhythmic subdivisions, regular phrase structure, introduction and transition sections, and a characteristic left-hand accompaniment with tastily interspersed cross-rhythmic patterns.
Another option was to make a roll of roti instead of paratha stuffed with boiled vegetables which were tastily flavoured with different types of sauces.
The appetizer sampler at Mexicali includes: 1) plain white-cheddar cassadias on warm flour tortillas, 2) wings of the non-Buffalo persuasion that were tastily fried, 3) nachos with melted yellow cheddar and fresh tomatoes and lettuce, and 4) mini-flautas that were the best of the bunch.
King added: "It has shown people that they can eat well - healthily and tastily - and don't have to give up the good things in life.
And if, for some strange reason, you don't have any self-caught fish at all, tilapia fillets from the neighborhood supermarket will serve quite tastily.
All the garnishes were very tastily prepared and seasoned.
SALLY Bee firmly believes in eating healthily - and tastily.
A sprinkling of Parmesan, freshly grated tableside, added extra flavor and flair to the tastily seasoned, unsurpassed mixture.
The restaurant has been very tastily decked out, not just bits of bamboo and straw but beautiful hand-painted murals and duo-stained wood fittings, making for cosy but vibrant surroundings.
Sushi is their favourite dish, tastily low-cal and reasonably priced from about pounds 7.
The well-informed chapters in this book actually do make tastily brief, good reads that should be very useful in Pacific historiography seminars, or in the rocking chairs of people like me, who enjoy reflecting on past presents as well as present pasts, and who share that curiosity about where we have come from as well as where we are going.
Raitt likewise breaks no new ground on this album, but a new collection of soul strutters and blues blasters, tastily punctuated with her signature, searing slide guitar, is more than enough.
They range from the tastily traditional--such as the artisan cheeses lovingly handmade by people who are less manufacturers than they are craftsmen--to the mind-bogglingly modern, such as the now ubiquitous 'little bottles' that purport to cure all manner of ills.