6 : to move back and forth in a lively way <Flags whipped
in the breeze.
It's denser and richer than the fat-frees and has that marvelous mouthfeel of ice-cream-parlor whipped
Cream whippers are convenient tools for making pure and flavored whipped
cream and light desserts, such as mousse and tiramisu.
The horse must be whipped
in rhythm to the horse''s stride.
the Ku-Klux Democracy in Lincoln County, six miles from Fayetteville, took a discharged colored soldier named Richard Moore and whipped
him until life was nearly extinct.
Cream beaten to hold distinct peaks stays whipped
longer than softly whipped
If you regularly eat whipped
topping and want to make your own low-calorie, low-fat version, try whipping canned evaporated skim milk.
cream and you're up to 780 calories and 10 grams of saturated fat.
That's as much as five pints of whipped
cream from one pint of liquid cream
Although it resembles the classic mousseline sauce--hollandaise augmented by whipped
cream--this variation is less rich and less tricky to make.
Ashforth wrote: "The wider public which racing wants to attract does not enjoy watching horses being whipped