If they are thrown in with a hot liquid suddenly without getting used to their new hot environment, the proteins within the eggs will curdle
and form lumps.
Heating too much and cooking too long both make custard curdle
The woman whose voice could curdle
milk met up with the former Take That singer on the set of the Clive James show.
Rennin (rennet) is a coagulating enzyme obtained from a young animal's stomach, usually a calf's stomach, that is used to curdle
milk in foods such as cheese.
A Stephen King thriller that's true to the original - and sure to curdle
While Kevin obviously has a thing for stone-faced harridans with expressions that would curdle
concrete, the idea of him being so bowled over by Shirley's irresistible sexual pull that his trousers fell off must have given the scriptwriters a bit of a headache.
In still other paintings, her lush eerie underpainting and abrasions, drippy curdle
marks, solid reds, or blue-and-white checks reek of an admirably willful practice of abstract gesture characterized by a fresh, unpredictable grace.
Especially apt at capturing esthetic urges as they curdle
into careerism, jealousy, sterility, and consciousness (where most people prefer to forget these Kodak-unworthy moments--and years), Bernhard has preserved them in his books.
My own problem has always been how to keep it warm, as I always like to make it in advance, and overheating will make it curdle
IT'S enough to curdle
a pint of Newton and Ridley's.
Also may I ask what disapproval of an Israeli government has to do with anti-Semitism, surely it is illogical (unless you are an anti-Semite) to say that one curdles
It really curdles
my blood" Comedian John Cleese on country and western music "It is like someone flicking a switch inside you, turning you on.