Truffles grow underground and are prized as a delicacy.
But there must be some form for the delicacy to rest on.
In case you haven't heard, tinned seafood is the delicacy you shouldn't sleep on.
The speaker emphasises the delicacy of the paper by using adjectives throughout the poem.
What would become of their trademark hand-baked delicacy, the Pooley Gingerbridge biscuit?
The company she buys from produces more goods whether you eat the delicacy or throw it out.
Benglis is great at inchoate mute lumps and just as good with delicacy, the decorative and highly crafted.
Their delicacy, however, makes them more subject to damage, and, as with all contact lenses, they require…
And I’m about to follow in Homer’s footsteps and eat Osakan delicacy fugu, also known as pufferfish or blowfish.
Black jewfish are prized for their swim bladders – considered a delicacy and an aphrodisiac in some Asian markets.
Ian is one of the last people making these Derbyshire oatcakes and worries that when he stops, this 400-year-old delicacy will disappear.
It was suspected the pathogen may have come from bats, which are considered a delicacy, and then been spread to people by the endangered scaly ant-eater.
Squirrel meat, though, is already an established delicacy in Ozark country and Tennessee; eating species farmed for fur (such as beaver) is also allowed.
The disease reduces corn yields and can cause economic losses, though in Mexico the immature galls of infected ears of corn are eaten as a delicacy known as huitlacoche.
Gratuitous, cruelly procured and thoroughly unnecessary, this ‘delicacy’ detracts more than it enhances this quietly spectacular menu that really doesn’t need any additional embellishment.
Let us call judgments of taste, or judgments of beauty and ugliness, “verdictive aesthetic judgments”, and let us call the other aesthetic judgments (of daintiness, dumpiness, elegance, delicacy, etc.)
Enjoy Paste’s signatures on your couch such as watermelon salad with grounded salmon and herbs, a reinterpretation of Thai summer delicacy; Sinhol (Sri Lankan-inspired ancient curry) with goat meat; and an aromatic Southern Thai curry with crab and herbs.
The unusual attraction will exhibit some of the most divisive dishes from around the globe, from rotten shark (a delicacy in Iceland) to south-east Asia’s infamously foul-smelling durian, a type of fruit so pungent it’s banned on public transport in Singapore.
The fugu is an expensive winter delicacy in Japan and only the country's finest restaurants serve it, with chefs who prepare the blowfish required to undertake three years of training and pass a test before being issued with a special license by the government.
Super said that chicken production has remained steady in 2020 and described the deep-fried delicacy as "pandemic proof": Most wing joints or pizza places already had takeout infrastructure in place, so they were able to continue operating for most of last year.
- the quality of being beautiful and delicate in appearance
- something considered choice to eat
- refined taste; tact
- lack of physical strength
- subtly skillful handling of a situation
- lightness in movement or manner
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