In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(sausage/bacon) chisporrotear(bacon/sausage) crepitarshe was sizzling with rage — estaba que echaba chispas informal
- The mushrooms sizzled invitingly as Kathryn tucked into a garlic-soaked slice of Italian bread.
- He carries on conversations with everybody, tools in hand, one eye always on the manly meats sizzling under his command.
- Heat until the butter sizzles and is the colour of hazelnuts.
- Large sausages sizzled in a covered tray, and at the end of the line was a stack of hot buttered toast.
- Cast iron pots and pans steamed and sizzled on the wood-fired stovetop.
- The weather was good as the steaks sizzled away on the giant barbeque grills along side baked jacket potatoes.
- We can smell bacon and beans sizzling on an open fire next to a chuck wagon.
- This dish consisted of cubes of fresh tuna almost sizzling in a tangy sauce of tomatoes, red and green peppers, onions, garlic and potatoes, with a hint of wine to give it added zest.
- By the time my dad woke up and walked into the kitchen I had a frying pan with bacon and sausage sizzling on one ring of the range, and another with four eggs frying.
- Bacon is sizzling in the pan, and toast pops up from the toaster.
- If the butter sizzles loudly and melts and bubbles quickly, the pan is ready.
- He has never eaten meat (or anything connected to it) his entire life. I asked him if he gets hungry when he smells hamburger or steak sizzling, and he said no.
- The grapes sizzled, sputtered, and melted into syrup, basting and braising the sausages in their bubbling juices.
- We hear sizzling and other happy sounds emanating from the kitchen.
- The showers have paused and the sun brushes the patio as the steaks and sausages sizzle on the grill.
- Bacon is sizzling in the pan, scrabbled eggs are on and the champagne is ready to be uncorked.
- The bap was delivered to our table with the bacon still sizzling from the pan.
- There was a pad of sausage and bacon, sizzling on an open grill, setting off the smell of sweet scented pork.
- And I promise there is no finer aroma than breakfast bacon and eggs sizzling contentedly in a pan as you take the first, fresh look at the day over England's finest countryside or seascapes.
- The brownish mush in the pan was beginning to sizzle.
1chispa femininethe idea doesn't have any sizzle — la idea no tiene chispa
- A famous scene between them intercuts their developing romance with fireworks and is pure sizzle.
- The problem was, like every other guy she'd dated in the past fifteen years, there'd been no sizzle between them.
- It is short on sizzle, but generous with the steak.
- Why not put some extra sizzle into this season's holiday?
- Because I saw it piece by piece, it lost some of its sizzle, but I still thought it was a good movie.
- A way of adding extra sizzle without increasing credit risk is to invest in local currency issues.
- Lisa's vivacity and sense of humour help put sizzle into this segment.
- She is known for stories with strong visual narratives, interesting secondary characters, accurate historical detail and love scenes with lots of sizzle.
- Yes, the team can run the ball, but there isn't much sizzle in the passing game.
- His speed and fresh legs will bring some much-needed sizzle to the offense.
- They may not be glamorous or have a lot of sizzle, but they work.
- But what good reporting lacks in sizzle is made up for in authenticity.
- It's just amazing that a station wagon can pack so much sizzle and excitement in its look and stance.
- In a place dominated by Olympic-sized egos, he was always one of the quiet ones, a guy without much sizzle, the kind of guy most of us in the news media usually ignored.
- I can promise members that there is no sizzle about this bill.
- We live in an age of sizzle over substance, of hyping everything to the point of utter annoyance.
- For all its sizzle, it has, after twelve years, been unable to become much more than a rich man's diversion.
- Plasma TVs dazzled us last year, but they've lost their sizzle.
- One way to add some sizzle to your products is to tie them to a trend - even when it's based on a product that's not your own.
- A good issue, but this is not a magazine with a lot of sizzle and budget so it can't help but feel like a beefed up fanzine at times.
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