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Booze

sold cheap whiskey in a log-cabin bottle. [Am. Hist.: Espy, 152–153]
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The filling has a nice boozy kick to it, but you can't really taste the fruit or the icing.
BOOZY BANOFFEE PIE INGREDIENTS nPre-made flan case nTin of Nestle Carnation caramel n 2 bananas n600ml double cream nShot of dark rum (I used a miniature) METHOD 1 Open the flan case and place on a serving plate, spread the caramel generously on the base.
The Menuserve range of Boozy Bundts[R] has been launched to tap into the current demand from consumers for comforting, retro-style desserts and puddings, which seems to have risen in these unstable, political times, and thanks also in part to programmes like the Great British Bake Off, which have introduced a new generation to traditional desserts.
NovelTea sells a range of boozy afternoon teas that are infused with gin or rum.
In accordance with the rules, dump your drink into the pumpkin - and cross your fingers you don't have to drink the boozy concoction at the end.
NAVY top brass whose bar was wrecked by boozy nuclear submarine officers were treated to a cocktail party when it re-opened.
ALL Blacks superstar Dan Carter has lifted the lid on a boozy night out in Cardiff that ended with six New Zealand players taking a PS300 taxi ride to London at 5am the next morning to continue their drinking at a famous party bar in the capital, writes Anthony Woolford.
The Boozy Blender contains four-color photos and sidebars throughout, such as DIY Excess (make your own grenadine, falernum, etc.
Experts claim it is unlikely that Bond would ever be wiped out by his enemies because his boozy lifestyle would cause him to die from alcohol-related diseases first.
3 BOOZY DOUBLE stone two punnets of cherries (about 700g) and put in a kilner jar with an airtight lid.
THE president of Warwick University Student Union is being investigated after he was filmed unhooking a woman's bra at a boozy student bash.