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tablespoonful

[′tā·bəl¦spün‚fu̇l]
(mechanics)
A unit of volume used particularly in cookery, equal to 4 fluid drams or ½ fluid ounce; in the United States this is equal to approximately 14.7868 cubic centimeters, in the United Kingdom to approximately 14.2065 cubic centimeters. Abbreviated tbsp.
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Combine the yogurt and honey, and then put a tablespoonful of the mixture in the center of each sunny pineapple slice.
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Mix in the sifted icing sugar a tablespoonful at a time.
If you have a box of traditional blue crystals in your garden shed then it''s an easy job to dilute a tablespoonful in a watering can to feed and water in the traditional way.
Rub the mixture through a fine sieve and then pour hot mixture on: one and one-half cupfuls of flour; one tablespoonful of salt, and one-quarter cupful of brown sugar.
The beef is then strained and one or two teaspoonfuls to a tablespoonful of the juice is sipped very slowly.
On your serving plate put a tablespoonful of the sauce and arrange the monkfish over it, garnish with the lightly cooked asparagus.
Heat the omelette pan until it's very hot and add a tablespoonful of olive oil, then add enough omelette mix for one.