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flavor of the week

Something temporary. The phrase is often used to describe fleeting romantic relationships. I wouldn't get too attached to Katie, she's just Ralph's flavor of the week—they'll break up in no time. You change majors all the time, and Biology is just the flavor of the week, trust me!
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flavor of the month

Something temporary. The phrase is often used to describe fleeting romantic relationships. I wouldn't get too attached to Katie, she's just Ralph's flavor of the month—they'll break up in no time. You change majors all the time, and biology is just the flavor of the month, trust me!
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flavor food with something

to season a food with something. He flavors his gravy with a little sage. Can you flavor the soup with a little less pepper next time?
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Consumers often expect unique flavors and product line extensions in retailers' own brands, maintains Cary Gammons, director of sales and marketing for Gamay Flavors, New Berlin, Wis.
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The beverages come in seven tasty flavors and contain 100 percent pure fruit juice and sparkling water.
The flavor of this dish improves if made a day or two ahead of time.
Flavors defined as primary are present in concentrations at least double the minimum required for a person to recognize them.
offers these flavors as well as cabbage and broccoli flavors (possibly building on the sulfur ingredients of those cruciform vegetables) to provide savory notes.
This mountain area is fortunate to have many chefs that appreciate and seek the special flavors of Appalachian grown foods.
Orange blossoms' sweet nectar flavor makes them very popular in herbal blends.
5,021,249-Method of making a savory flavor granule and a free-flowing savory flavor granule.
In order to convince consumers that they were still sipping cola, scientists at Pepsi had to tinker with the flavor to make it more recognizable.
The usual alternative is "natural flavor," which should be called "non-butter flavor," because the major difference is the absence of butter flavoring.
Retailers are staying abreast of current and emerging flavor trends - and partnering with flavor companies to create high-quality, store brand items - to have an advantage over their competitors.
Spray dried flavors are generally not used in sachet tea due to their small particle size.