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tablespoon

1. the amount contained in such a spoon
2. a unit of capacity used in cooking, medicine, etc., equal to half a fluid ounce or three teaspoons
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Drop dough in rounded tablespoonfuls about 2 inches apart on ungreased 12- by 15-inch baking sheets.
HOME-made carpet freshener can be made by drying rosemary or lavender and then crushing it with two tablespoonfuls of bicarbonate of soda.
But you should use two tablespoonfuls if you're covering your entire body, while wearing a swimming costume.
As a guide, for an average person, this means: * Around two teaspoonfuls of sunscreen if you're just covering your head, arms and neck; * Around two tablespoonfuls if you're covering your entire body, while wearing a swimming costume.
Meanwhile, in a bowl, mix the self-raising flour, suet, sliced leeks and a pinch of salt and add enough water to make a firm but pliable dough - it''ll be four or five tablespoonfuls.
Drop dough by tablespoonfuls about 2 inches apart on cookie sheet.
Drop by tablespoonfuls into 12 mounds total, placing 1 1/2 inches apart, on prepared cookie sheet.
One portion of vegetables, which is equivalent to 80 grams (about three ounces), could be three heaped tablespoonfuls of cooked carrots or peas or sweetcorn, or one cereal bowl of mixed salad.
6 Spoon tablespoonfuls of the mixture into the paper cases.
Place two tablespoonfuls each of Rosemary and Lavender in a jug, and pour on boiling water.
With the pointed end facing away from you, place two tablespoonfuls of the sweet potato mix horizontally in a rectangular dollop 2cm from the edge nearest you.