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glug

(gləg)
n. a gulp or shot of liquor. I took one glug and spit it out.
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Heat a grill pan, add the tomatoes and fennel along with another glug or two of rapeseed oil.
Add a good glug of olive oil along with the garlic and rosemary to flavour the oil.
Put them all in a bowl and mix with a twist of pepper, a pinch of salt, a small glug of oil and the lemon juice.
As the tug towed us through the dark docks, we who weren't on duty would be gathered at the stern rail, Greek and Swede, Kiwi, Chinaman, Indian and Arab, the usual pot-pourri crew of a wandering British tramp-ship, watching the lovable old city slide away, with only the glug glug of a passed-around flagon of Brain's breaking the silence.
It all came to a sticky end, however, when turning onto the motorway, one of the drums fell over, the cork popped out and there was an ominous "glug glug glug" as the car gradually filled up with the precious amber liquid.
If you want to be naughty, drain off the juice, put it back in the pan and stir in a glug of cream, or whisk in about 30g butter).
It was coming out of a Coke bottle: glug, glug, glug.
1 thick slice of bread Good glug of milk 300g pork mince 250g beef mince Small handful of fresh parsley Zest of 2 lemons 1 fat garlic clove Half onion, finely chopped 1 Slice the crust off the bread and put it on a plate, then cover it with milk and allow it to soak for about 10mins.
Once cooked and firm to the bite, drain and toss in a glug of olive oil in the warm pan with a twist of salt.
THE glug, glug, glug of poured wine is the world's sweetest sound, according to a survey by Siemens Hearing Instruments.
I added a glug of brandy to the mixture to give it some extra potency too but you don't have to.
So what bampot decided this was the best way of making us understand exactly how much booze we amount we glug down?