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fatty

offensive slang A derogatory term for someone who is fat or obese. Yes, I took three desserts like a total fatty, so what? Hey fatty, why don't you pick on someone your own size?
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fatty

n. a derogatory nickname for a fat person. (Cruel. Also a rude term of address.) Okay, fatty, you get the biggest piece of cake because you deserve it.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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We use them to make a vin W -egar and they also taste great in our chutneys, as it cuts through the fattiness of lamb or venison.
This M&S version delivers all the customary rich, honey and lychee flavours but also has an unusual acidic edge that neatly neutralises any excessive fattiness.
The key is to keep the sauce quite tart, in order to counteract the fattiness of the duck.
The absence of significant changes in carcass weight, yield index and carcass yield grade between the treatments may be the result of body weight during slaughter and its effect on fattiness (Preston and Willis, 1974).
"Some of [the turtles] are very fat and have three different kinds of fattiness. One is yellow and this they say is the one that grows at night when there is moon [light].
In a Jeep jouncing behind a large, mooing herd, Belcampo's courtly farm manager, Mark Klever, explains that they're mainly Angus, but with a good percentage of smaller Wagyu, the Japanese breed known for its luxurious fattiness. "So you get a nice-size rib-eye with a lot of good marbling." Belcampo also lets the cattle grow to full size--which takes a lot longer on grass than on grain.
The hash was comfortably crumbly and devoid of fillers, fattiness and had just the right amount of tiny potato cubes.
Despite a "pork pie fiasco" and one or two minor failings, such as the slightly fluffiness and fattiness of the chips, he rates dinner at the Griffin as celebratory, awards it four stars and says it is well worth an hour's journey.
Everyone is familiar with pilsner, but how many women know about the banana-nosed joys of Bavarian-inspired wheat beers, of the splendid aperitif qualities of a well-crafted fruit beer, or how a dry IPA cuts across the fattiness of roast meat in a scintillating fashion in which red wine can only hope to cope?
That, along with the fact they are generally well loaded with fruit and a decent whack of tannin, makes them perfect fodder for the fattiness of lamb.
Bacon is a wonderful cut to boil as it's the hock off a gammon joint; the fattiness of it allows the meat to stay incredibly moist while also imparting a fine flavour.
Honey works well with duck, as does anything sweet, to counter the fattiness of the meat, while the coriander and orange salad is light, fragrant and tasty.
It succeeded because of the good, tasty sausages and the topping of sharp redcurrant gravy whose acidity cut through any fattiness. The plain mash was fine too.
The dish that I have prepared demonstrate the good use of acid to counter the richness and fattiness of pork.
An egg inside adds richness to this filling and is complemented by a dip of Ilocos sugarcane vinegar that not only cuts the rich flavor and fattiness of the pork and fried shell with its acid but also enhances the flavors of the ingredients because of its high aminos.