crisco


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crisco

(ˈkrɪsko)
n. a fat person. (Cruel. Also a rude term of address. The brand name of a baking shortening.) Some crisco came in and ordered ten large fries.
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Top Players in the Market are: Crisco (United States), Bunge Limited (United States), The Archer Daniels Midland (United States), Cargill (United States), Olenex (Switzerland), Zeelandia (India), The J.M.
I use T/C Bore Butter, which is a lot less messy than the old standby lube, Crisco. Even when I use a wad, I still add the grease as it helps keep fouling down.
Says Crisco, "We both knew we didn't want to go to work for someone else.
I've been making a lot of pie lately, perfecting the crust, introducing lard--not Crisco but actual pork fat--to give my crust greater flake and dignity.
If you and I were in the same room, I'd throw you a smile and gently pat you on the head knowing you're nothing more than a mouth breathing, Crisco sweating waste of space not even worthy of being in the presence of a sniper.
Goodman Fielder is the largest supplier of branded packaged edible oils to retailers with brands including Crisco and Gold N Canola.
A classic crust was made with sifted flour, a pinch of sugar, salt, Crisco and a bit of water.
Note that recently banned trans fats were considered innovative when Proctor & Gamble began selling "crystallized cottonseed oil," branded as Crisco, in 1911.
After I watched one squirrel climb up the pole while I banged on the kitchen window and yelled to no avail, I had an idea: Crisco. I scooped the shortening out of the tub with a paper towel and smeared it all over the pole.
I've been in ObGyn practice since 1976--and have recommended Crisco to my patients as a vaginal lubricant for just about as long.
For comparison, this velocity is roughly equivalent to pushing a baseball through Crisco shortening at 3 mm/sec.
After the hot fudge and hot dog buns were cleared away, one of the lifeguards would grease a large watermelon with Crisco, throw it in the deep end of the pool and invite a handful of men and women to simultaneously dive in, fight for the melon at the bottom of the pool and successfully bring it back up to the top.
He was most captivated by Cuba, witnessing the ingenuity of its people, like the couple who refashioned a Crisco Oil container into a gas tank for their 50-year-old car.
I think I can manage." With that, he sloshes three inches of Crisco in the pan, cranks the burner to the max, and takes off toward his room.
Kelapo cold-pressed extra virgin coconut oil is made from organic Fair Trade Certified coconuts from Sri Lanka and is available in 8-and 14-ounce glass jars as well as a 29-ounce plastic jar and baking sticks, similar to Crisco. The 8-ounce jar has a suggested retail of $7.49, the I4-ounce is $11.99, the baking sticks are $8.99 and the 29-ounce jar is $22.99.