In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1cucharón masculinecazo masculine
- The suspected bribe money was mostly ladled out between 1995 and 2000, when Cheney was Halliburton's CEO.
- Strain it, put it on a plate, and ladle the sauce on top.
- We agreed to make it a cold salad first and we chose the Ham and Pork salads (a little of each) and some salad vegetables and Madame ladled some vinaigrette dressing on hers as well.
- Think of it as a mini-version of the millions ladled out to keep corporations from abandoning lower Manhattan for New Jersey.
- The method of distribution required people to line up in front of the public Famine Pot, saucepans and pans in hand, waiting for the soup to be ladled out.
- I think its time to start chopping up the garnish because bowls full of hot, scaly, green broth are ready to be ladled out.
- Bouillabaisse, thick and spicy was ladled out.
- Check the seasoning and then ladle the chutney into a couple of jars.
- To serve, ladle the soup into warm bowls, top with some smokies, drizzle with oil.
- To serve, ladle the soup into bowls and add the mussels.
- Have partygoers ladle soup into mugs or small bowls, and offer condiments so they can tailor each soup to their liking.
- It came to the table in an impressive metal container, with all the elements cooked and ready to be ladled out onto the waiting vermicelli.
- Creative genius often seems to be ladled out to those who are manifestly unworthy of it.
- Bryar ladled the thick soup into a wooden bowl as he spoke, and Rayne could feel her mouth watering at the mere sight.
- Brush with extra virgin olive oil and place on the base of large, shallow soup plates or pasta plates before ladling the soup on top.
- I eagerly scooped myself a bowlful then ladled some for everyone else because ladling soup is fun and I'll beat up anyone that tries to take that joy away from me!
- Soup was ladled into it, and the next woman placed a piece of crusty bread on the side along with a browning apple.
- Place a slice of bread, if using, into each bowl before ladling the soup over.
- Break bread into chunks, place in each bowl and ladle soup over top; let sit until bread is soft.
- Carefully ladle soup into warm bowls, making sure that each person gets a fair share of the seafood.
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