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toasted

mod. alcohol intoxicated. The chick got toasted on two glasses of cheap white wine.
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Avocado-walnut: Top toasted herbed bread with slices of avocado.
When using the sandwich cage, always ensure that the bread slices go right down to the bottom so it gets toasted evenly.
The peak dough mixing time increased when using toasted soy flakes.
Extra-wide, extra-long slots not only have the capacity to accept just about anything someone might think to stuff into them--including four slices of bread for the truly hungry or impatient--but they contain self-adjusting grips to keep whatever is being toasted centered so that one side doesn't get burnt while the other doesn't get browned enough.
Kate Reeves, Archivist for Knox United Church, toasted the Clergy.
FUNCTION: 'The single control made it easy to operate;' 'Only toasted one side;' 'There was no burning;' 'Toast was uneven'
The segments are toasted with a proprietary "rotisserie" system set above an open fire of oak.
The latest entry in the Echo's Toasted Turner prize wouldn't look out of place in Egypt - or on the breakfast table.
You can vary the nuts - try toasted almonds or toasted pecans.
Here you can show customers how evenly toasted bread provides the perfect base for French toast.
Meanwhile, I tried the lamb burger which was served between two slabs of toasted focaccia bread (much nicer than one of those bland, sesame seed buns) and served alongside some spicy red onion salsa to give the dish a real kick.
broil 4 inches from heat until lightly toasted, about 2 minutes.
World Cooperage expanded its Profile Series of barrels that are toasted with infrared technology, which the company says provides a cleaner and more precise method of toasting.