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basted

(ˈbestəd)
1. mod. beaten; harmed. The team got basted three games in a row.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. I got so basted I vowed never to touch another drop.
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Whole Butter Basted Turkey * Petite Butter Basted Turkey, from 7.
The basted turkey come in new packaging which extends shelf life by 30%.
Never count your chickens before they're basted and broiled, but the job prospects look good," said Kemp, who worked in semiconductor development in Silicon Valley before deciding to attend MIT Sloan.
And as recently as the 1950s, dentists basted patients' choppers in concentrated hydrogen peroxide - before baking them under a heat lamp - to remove stains.
The promotion features many of Tony Roma's signature items basted with the new Zero Net Carb BBQ sauce and served with a low-carb house salad and side of fresh steamed broccoli.
Antelope Valley residents basted turkeys, ate turkey, dished up food for less fortunate citizens, watched parades, watched football games - and gave thanks.
Applebee's latest promotion features a full slab of baby back ribs, rubbed with a blend of secret barbecue seasonings and basted in Applebee's Honey Barbecue Sauce.
Wright's recipes generally are fairly simple, creating fanciful dishes with just a few ingredients: Tuscan-style Spit-Roasted Pork Loin With Rosemary; Veal Rolls With Mozzarella and Prosciutto; Skewers of Sausage, Orange and Bay Leaf; and the Devil's Chicken, basted with olive oil and seasoned with cayenne pepper.
No matter if the dish is fried, baked, broiled, basted or sauteed, you're likely to find the recipe for a rewarding meal in a creative new cookbook produced by not Martha Stewart but Savage & Associates, one of the nation's largest full-service insurance and financial services agencies, with more than 100 producers and associates in Toledo.
Most humans wouldn't mind her special slab of ribs basted with homemade barbecue sauce, or a pizza sprinkled with all-natural Parmesan cheese and fresh herbs.
A perfect complement to a variety of traditional holiday dishes, Starbucks Christmas Blend pairs wonderfully with roasted turkey basted with sage butter or baked apples with cloves, as well as with holiday desserts such as pumpkin pie and gingerbread.
Next door is Cafe Pierpont, open seven days a week, where Chef Jose Soto presents "Jose Kabobs," an exciting dish of prawns and Certified Angus Beef tenderloin, peppers, and onions basted with a rich chipotle sauce.
Designed to complement a variety of holiday dishes, Starbucks Christmas Blend pairs wonderfully with traditional holiday foods, such as roasted turkey basted with sage butter or baked apples with cloves, as well as with holiday desserts such as pumpkin pie.
El Pollo Loco's Chile Lime Chicken is basted with a tangy sauce prepared with red chilies and fresh limes.
Baby Back Ribs, baby back ribs slow cooked, grilled and basted with barbecue sauce.