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Good gravy!

An exclamation of surprise. Good gravy, you scared me! I didn't expect to see you here—good gravy!
See also: good

(Good) gravy!

exclam. Good! Good gravy! Are you still here?
See also: good
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The roast beef is very tender and came with good gravy. I also enjoyed the breakfast breadbox.
I ordered the rib-eye steak, informing him that if it doesn't bleed, it doesn't make good gravy.
In a separate small pan melt the butter and stir in the flour until it is a paste then add to the pan of steak stirring in all the time until it thickens into a good gravy.
Below it was plenty of rich, chunky meat (rabbit, I suspect) in good gravy. Also on my plate were that rather disappointing mash, a pot of peas, roast parsnips (both fine) and yet another pea shoot.
"I learned how to make a good gravy on Masterchef and you always need loads of that.
Put a stop to tepid Christmas eating with a Hostess Alficionado large hot tray, PS48, www.amazon.co.uk Good gravy is |definitely that without the fat, but it's tricky to get it just right, right?
There's nothing like some good gravy and dressing made with the turkey.
It sat on a generous bed of mashed potato studded with bacon and spring onion with a plate-lickingly good gravy.
But even if this had been a fresh one, it still relied heavily on good gravy.
Good teaching, like making good gravy, requires tapping into your own experiences to discover what works best for you and your students.
Chemical scientist John Emsley said a good gravy has a lot of nutrients, including protein, vitamins B1 and B6, riboflavin, iodine and nicotinic acid.
A young newlywed once asked my mother if she would teach his city-bred wife how to make good gravy. Mother wrote out the recipe and directions, and then walked the young bride through a couple of skillets of gravy making.
"A good gravy using the neck and giblets from the turkey, as well as bay leaves and thyme.