He has, as so many who have met him readily testify, the sort of charm that curdles
milk" - Political commentator Simon Heffer on Schools Secretary Ed Balls.
Whenever I cook steak au poivre vert, the cream and brandy always curdles
The movie curdles
on its own self-consciousness, giving a bad name to kitsch.
Ozon takes identifiably human behavior and pushes it to the brink, forcing us to question at what point a usually transient period of denial curdles
Like milk left out in the midday sun, judgment curdles
when exposed to the heat of emotions, according to folk wisdom.
But its mixture of biographical hype and social studies quickly curdles
In the thicket, feather and fur seek shelter, as helter-skelter curdles
With only a few degrees' difference between when a custard is as thick as it can get and when it curdles, the faster the heat is climbing the more difficult it is to stop at the optimum point.
Yolks thicken the most, whites the least, and whites break or curdle at a lower temperature.
Therein lies the hubris that curdles
this book's real accomplishments.
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Of course, as romance between Amanda and Tom heats up and curdles
(only temporarily), a crisis will develop in the restaurant just before opening night, when the critics will be turning out to render judgment.
Unlike the Audrey Hepburn waif, who is always already a supermodel waiting to be discovered, the Liza waif exposes the repressed underbelly of the gamine, when winsome vulnerability curdles
into a needy bad object to be avoided at all cost.