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bisque

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1. 
a. a pink to yellowish tan colour
b. (as adjective): a bisque tablecloth
2. Ceramics another name for biscuit

bisque

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Tennis Golf croquet an extra point, stroke, or turn allowed to an inferior player, usually taken when desired

bisque

A tile that has been fired once but not glazed.
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The way to eliminate white spots in the glaze is the additional time added to the bisque and/or glaze firing cycles which allows for the complete burn out of organic material in the clay body.
Alternatively, La Scala, from pounds 2,262 from Bisque, is eye-catching with its geometric zigzag shape and has a dazzling colour choice including a zingy lime green.
Put a serving of shrimps into six warmed bowls, pour over bisque and sprinkle with chopped spring onion.
A good lobster bisque is almost a meal in itself - powerful, dense creamy soup, laced with thick cream and, ideally, a hearty slug of brandy.
The bisque had a wonderful flavour, not too strong, and the scallops were perfect.
Advance to creating with PMC and enamels, glass, and bisque.
After bisque firing, paint your artwork with glazes to decorate.
When I visited I had a choice of lobster bisque, asparagus hollandaise, game terrine or seafood salad.
Classic radiator, from pounds 174, Bisque (01225 478 500)
Practice and experience have demonstrated a need to process and fire both greenware and glazed bisque objects quickly to clear the limited storage space and to return the completed object to the camper.
Gayler believes that taste buds are sharpest at the beginning of the meal, and offers recipes such as Corn Bisque with Cheese and Smoked Bacon, and Iced Cucumber and Almond Soup.
When I was 19 I inherited a late Victorian bisque china headed doll called Belle from my great-aunt.