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melt

[melt]
(chemistry)
To change a solid to a liquid by the application of heat.
A melted material.
(metallurgy)
A charge of molten metal.
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It was accompanied by shards of chargrilled leek, a slick of the smoothest, most perfectly seasoned parsnip puree, a sprinkling of charred seeds for smoky depth and textural contrast, and - joy of joys - a flawless Glamorgan sausage, crisp on the outside and meltingly cheesy on the inside.
smokey aubergines Meltingly soft and smokey, these are the perfect accompaniment to the lamb.
Challenge your puzzling skills with this brain meltingly difficult circle of confusion.
Two fat fillets of seabass were again perfectly judged and served with a fabulous creamy orange and gin sauce, a meltingly tender dish with a wonderful fresh zing to it.
Falco also acknowledged the meltingly sweet sound of his clarinet section and flutist Julia Trong.
Divine Desserts are available in two delicious varieties: Divine Chocolate Pot - A combination of the finest organic chocolate, milk and cream, the chocolate pot has a meltingly luscious texture and a rich, chocolate flavour.
I recommend Gulab Jamun (sweet dumplings) served warm and meltingly soft in a cocktail glass.
The lamb should be meltingly tender and the potatoes and onions should have absorbed the stock and lamb juices.
The dishes include meltingly tender stews, flash-sauteed side dishes, salads and slaws, sandwiches, smoothies, and even muffins and chips, plus dozens of tips for making kale delicious and desirable to even the most finicky eater.
The chunks of tenderloin are seared to crispness on the outside, with a slightly caramelised edge, and meltingly juicy inside.
Bring to the boil, cover with a fitted lid, place in the oven and cook for 2-2' hours or until the meat is meltingly tender ?
Enter a mysterious French woman named Colette with a thick accent and a meltingly dark demeanor.