The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
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1.1EEUUbollo masculinopanecillo masculinobísquet masculino México
- Self-rising flour and cake and biscuit mixes have decreased the demand for baking soda as an important baking ingredient.
- Still, a tradition is a tradition, so I'll be picking up a three-piece w / biscuit from the Turnpike rest stop Roy Rogers on my way home.
- We all had eggs, bacon, potatoes, biscuit, and coffee.
- Spoon 1 teaspoon of jam over ham; cover with top of biscuit.
- The more popular American version of the dumpling is a type of biscuit, which consists of heavy dough dropped into simmering savory stews and casseroles.
- Jon sounded very business-like and Chantal watched him as he purchased some sort of steaming biscuit, refusing his offer to buy her one as well.
- For herself there was one biscuit with a little jam.
- Mounds of unfinished mashed potatoes smeared around one with gravy and butter, half eaten biscuit adrift in a sea of peach cobbler.
- Pillsbury in turn, will offer 55 cents off two cans of Hormel Chili and 40 cents off four biscuit packs.
- We had an idea for a sandwich called the Stack, a pepper-jack breakfast biscuit that was one of our favorite boardroom meals.
- The plate never feels right to me without a broad, sturdy biscuit to smear with grape jelly, a secret vice of mine dating from childhood.
- I reach across the table and fork off a chunk of gravy-smothered biscuit.
- I inquired as I slathered cream onto my biscuit.
- Arriving there, I did what I usually did on a normal day: got a quick biscuit for breakfast and headed to my first class, namely English.
- I got sick after a biscuit, a strip of bacon, and an egg.
- Carissa bit into another jam-smeared buttermilk biscuit.
- For dessert I was immediately drawn to the nectarines, which were slow-roasted with vanilla, served with creme fraiche and a puff pastry biscuit.
- The cheese may have migrated from the centre of Marie's biscuit, but Rampling is in full control of her faculties here.
1.2Britanico (cookie, cracker)galleta femeninogalletita femenino Río de la Plata
- The boiling and frying technique remained in use in the Middle Ages for making cracknels, which were small, crisp, sweet biscuits.
- Instead of high-fat foods like chocolate, biscuits, cakes and crisps, try healthier alternatives such as fresh fruit, crusty bread or crackers.
- The Salvation Army says it would welcome any food that would keep, such as chocolates, sweets, biscuits, mince pies and selection boxes.
- Just over half of men and women eat chocolates, crisps or biscuits daily, though the figure is much higher for children.
- Not only that, it's an opportunity to find decorations, tins of biscuits, liqueur chocolates etc, and all the other bits and pieces that you cannot find anywhere else.
- It will ban sweets, chocolate, cakes and sweet biscuits from the diets of children under 4.
- Following the event the school students retired to the community centre where they feasted on sweets, chocolates and biscuits.
- The packaging is a little odd, but once you get in there the biscuits are crisp and delicate and the chocolate is good.
- Tins of biscuits, Christmas cakes, and boxes of sweets are also requested.
- Home-made jams, biscuits, cakes, sweets and marmalades are ideal presents for those with a sweet tooth.
- My grandmother taught us to bake delicious cakes and biscuits.
1.3(for dog)galleta femenino
2(porcelain, earthenware)bizcocho masculinobiscuit masculino
- She says that at present, students are able to learn, experiment and practice with the preparation of clay and hand-making techniques for biscuit and glaze firing.
- At first his slip painting on biscuit porcelain simply peeled off.
- This biscuit porcelain example, with its marbled black surround bearing its identifying label, came from the collection of a German princely family.
- The Sevres biscuit figures in Plate VIII, which bear the incised mark of Bachelier, show how such studies were ultimately translated into objects.
- But, being God, he used granite instead of biscuit.
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