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melt

[melt]
(chemistry)
To change a solid to a liquid by the application of heat.
A melted material.
(metallurgy)
A charge of molten metal.
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This meltingly melodic romantic duet features a co-starring step-out vocal turn by global superstar and SRC label-mate AKON, whose recently-released Konvict/Upfront/SRC/Universal Motown album FREEDOM has spun off three major hits, "Right Now (Na Na Na)," "I'm So Paid" and the currently bulleting "Beautiful.
Two fat fillets of seabass were again perfectly judged and served with a fabulous creamy orange and gin sauce, a meltingly tender dish with a wonderful fresh zing to it.
The emotional and dynamic range is immense, from spinetingling choruses in which the choir is viciously urging the stoning of a proto-martyr, to moments of godly serenity and meltingly beautiful melodies and orchestrations.
Also live are the recordings of Don Juan, exuberant, meltingly lovely, busy and confident, and Till Eulenspiegel, brash, proud, and revealing an unwonted warmth of heart underneath.
M opted for the Peynirli Borek, crisp filo pastry-wrapped cigars filled with meltingly tasty feta cheese and with the parsley cutting through the richness.
Cook for 1 hr longer, until the lamb has coloured and the meat is meltingly tender when prodded with a fork.
HEARTY ASIAN MARINATED PORK BELLY This meltingly tender twice-cooked roasted pork is worth making the effort for.
However, the 'dish of the night' award has to go to Paneer Pudina Kali mirchi as the meltingly soft cheese cubes in a mint flavoured gravy is definitely going to bring you back to the restaurant - again and again.
I grew dewy-eyed about my main course of estofado de ternera - a chunk of beef (shin, I think) cooked on the bone for 12 hours in a malbec ANDARGENtinian sausage sauce so that it was meltingly tender and had a tremendous depth of flavour.
It should be meltingly tender and falling apart * For the apple sauce peel, core and chop the apples put in a sauce pan add the sugar and a good glug of cider and simmer stirring till you get the consistency of apple sauce.
As always, Reisner brought a dazzling fluency to her playing, taking the opening Preludio at a sizzling pace only to yield to meltingly conveyed dynamics in the second piece, Loure, energetic bounce in the Gavote, good belting in the Bouree, and sinewy delight in the final Gigue.
As the Countess, Katherine Whyte delivered a meltingly beautiful "Dove sono," coloring that, as well as "Porgi amor," with a quick, supple vibrato.