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Flavouring   Listen
flavouring  n.  Same as flavoring. (Chiefly Brit.)
Synonyms: flavorer, flavourer, flavoring, seasoner, seasoning.

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"Flavouring" Quotes from Famous Books

... disagreeably and reproachfully busy. There were its cattle market, its sheep market, and its pig market down by the river, with raw-boned and shock-headed Rob Roys hiding their Lowland dresses beneath heavy plaids, prowling in and out among the animals, and flavouring the air with fumes of whiskey. There was its corn market down the main street, with hum of chaffering over open sacks. There was its general market in the street too, with heather brooms on which the purple flower ...
— The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices • Charles Dickens

... quarter of a pound of Scotch or pearl barley. Wash, and simmer it in a small quantity of water; pour off the water, and add milk and flavouring as for rice puddings. Beat up with sugar and nutmeg, and mix the milk and barley in the same way. It may be more or less rich of eggs, and with or without the addition of butter, cream, or marrow. Put ...
— Enquire Within Upon Everything - The Great Victorian Domestic Standby • Anonymous

... the cocoa liquid is poured into a pan, and weighed with other ingredients, which consist, in the main, of arrow-root, sago, and refined sugar—the latter reduced to an impalpable powder—besides the flavouring substances. The quality depends entirely on the proportions of these ingredients, and on their unexceptionable character. The unpractised eye may not detect any difference between a cake of genuine chocolate, and another two-thirds composed of red earth ...
— Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 461 - Volume 18, New Series, October 30, 1852 • Various

... there in larger or smaller, in clearer or more clouded, shape. There has often been a certain contempt (connected no doubt with certain general critical errors as they seem to me, with which I shall deal at the end of this chapter) flavouring critical notices of Herrick. I do not think that any one who judges poetry as poetry, who keeps its several kinds apart and does not demand epic graces in lyric, dramatic substance in an anthologia, could ever feel or hint such a contempt. Whatever ...
— A History of English Literature - Elizabethan Literature • George Saintsbury

... and beer in a saucepan, and bring the mixture to the boiling point, stirring it meanwhile. Put it in corked bottles, and just before you wish to use it add the rum. Aniseed is sometimes used as the flavouring medium. Honey is also substituted for sugar, and sometimes the whole is mixed unboiled; but if the collector will try the foregoing recipe, the result of many years' experience, he will, I am sure, ...
— Practical Taxidermy • Montagu Browne

Words linked to "Flavouring" :   flavour, pepper, vanilla, spearmint oil, spice, common salt, sassafras, onion salt, garlic salt, oil of wintergreen, bouillon cube, chili powder, wintergreen oil, fixings, lemon extract, garlic, cardamum, sweetener, paprika, almond extract, lemon oil, peppermint oil, anise, coriander seed, cardamon, vanilla bean, cayenne, flavourer, celery seed, cayenne pepper, cola extract, flavorer, red pepper, MSG, peppercorn, aniseed, anchovy paste, dill seed

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