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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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For someone who comes from a family of politicians, Baste likes to detach himself from politics.
The 45-year-old mum of children aged five, eight and 10 says: "I've always been a supporter of all things local, and it was important that Baste and Bray should follow that line too, not just when it came to sourcing the rapeseed and basing ourselves in the area.
Barbecue over a solid bed of medium-hot coals or a medium-hot gas grill; baste frequently with remaining sauce.
For her, however, it's important to make sure that Baste is enjoying what he does.
Baeby Baste had photos taken with the newest Sotto baby and the first-time mom, posted on the Instagram page of the 'Eat Bulaga' boy wonder.
Center a piece of seam or twill tape to the pocket wrong sides along the foldlines, extending the tape 1/4" beyond the dots; baste using a scant 5/8" seam allowance.
Pop a Porkinson in each split and pour the baste over the sausages.
To make a baste or thickened sauce, mix fresh or reserved marinade (preceding) with cornstarch.
Baeby Baste or Sebastian Benedict Granfon Arumpac's social media accounts are managed by his parents, Mama Sheila and Papa Sol Arumpac.
Insert needle through all layers in center of quilt and baste layers together using a long running stitch.
To thread baste, Natalia recommends taking large hand stitches, approximately an inch or two long, across the quilt, making rows about 6" apart.
The remaining baste can be rubbed into the exterior of the turkey and inside the skin.
Baste occasionally and remove the cover half an hour before the end of cooking period to brown the skin.
Starting with upper body parts, overlap the arms along AB by 3/4 inch (see step 2), then pin, baste, and machine-stitch 1/2 inch in from edge.