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teaspoon

a unit of capacity used in cooking, medicine, etc., equal to about one fluid dram
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I'll take a teaspoonful with you," said the captain, nimbly dismounting from the pedestal of his respectability, and sipping his brandy with the highest relish.
Franz's only reply was to take a teaspoonful of the marvellous preparation, about as much in quantity as his host had eaten, and lift it to his mouth.
It is easier to cook the florentines in batches, so at this stage add heaped teaspoonfuls of the mixture onto baking sheets, ensuring you space them at least 2.
Take teaspoonfuls of the dough and roll them into balls, using floured hands.
A WELSH MP is battling to build build cross-party support to make it compulsory to state on packaging how many teaspoonfuls of sugar a product contains.
Not everybody agrees that sugar is the food of the devil but the World Health Organisation has recommended all adults should curb their intake to five teaspoonfuls a day.
Working in batches, so you don't overcrowd the pan, drop heaped teaspoonfuls of the choux pastry into the hot oil and deep-fry for about five minutes, or until crisp and golden on all sides.
Mix two teaspoonfuls of shampoo in a glass of warm water and pour it over wet hair.
When the butter is sizzling, drop teaspoonfuls of the blini mixture into the pan (pour the mixture from the tip of the spoon, not the side, for the roundest shape).
One teaspoonful (two teaspoonfuls in case of severe helminthic infections) is taken daily for 14-16 days.
Did you know that the average American eats more than 22 teaspoonfuls of sugar a day?