Whether it's done in a modern stand top mixer, or one that is hand held, cream lends itself to the unrelenting delights of whipping and, under the whip
, as it were, metamorphoses from milky liquidness to a thick creamy non-flow consistency.
My final point, I have been a baseball stat geek way before WHIP
But Nestle said: "Walnut Whip
still sells alongside new versions.
Patricia Reddy tweeted: "A Walnut Whip
without the nut - what blasphemy is this?
Because they know the vigilance of the stewards is constantly focused on possible whip
abuse, and that 20 years of research went into the production of a whip
that does not hurt.
But Cool Whip
was a treat we rarely got to have when not folded into lime-green Jell-O.
For every stroke on the body of the convict, the executor holding the whip
must avoid any pulling motion so as to avoid unnecessary injury to the skin and flesh (section 125(3)(f));
Patrick Hibbin stands out as a smoothly Machiavellian Deputy Chief Whip
and Alistair Cheetham's turn as a gauche, panicky backbencher is well judged.
He says:"It's about a Chief Whip
in a Conservative Government with a majority of three and it's very funny and very clever.
Pour remaining 1 1/2 cups whipping cream and 1/8 cup (more or less, to taste) powdered sugar into mixing bowl (no need to wash bowl or mixer between steps) and whip
only until very soft, shiny peaks form.
That's a problem, especially with Cool Whip
, since the brand is largely hydrogenated coconut and palm kernel oils (Reddi Wip is cream).
Indeed, theJockey Club's own instruction to riders regarding use of the whip
begins ``The Stewards will not tolerate abuse of the horse and consider its welfare,and the safety of the rider, to be paramount.
The Cheltenham meeting begins next Tuesday and visible efforts to put an end to excessive use of the whip
during races have become a high-priority campaign for the RSPCA.
had been the omnipresent instrument of a slaveowner's power, and its use, or the threat of its use, operated as a means of discipline as well as a way to extract from a slave the maximum in productive labor.
Several years ago, Peter Krehl of the Ernst Mach Institute in Freiburg, Germany, and his colleagues examined a cracking whip
with a photographic method that shows shock waves.