mouthwateringly

mouthwateringly

(ˈmaʊθˌwɔːtərɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a mouthwatering manner
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So, not only are they mouthwateringly delicious, but pigs in blankets are also so easy to make.
The "big junk" sharers are also mouthwateringly good, especially the bumper "bucket 'o' veg" filled with deep-fried veg and seitan served with coleslaw and a cob.
Accompanying the mouthwateringly good story are recipes for such delights as crusty baguette and gAcentsteau des rois (kings' cake).
Both of which were mouthwateringly good and wine lovers will be happy to hear there was a generous selection.
WATER MELON, FETA CHEESE AND BLACK PEPPER SALAD This recipe from Mike Caplan-Hill at the Fig Tree in Penarth is mouthwateringly good and very refreshing and makes a wonderful starter or light lunch.
Smarter looking, better built, more efficient and with some mouthwateringly high tech options available, the muchimproved Toyota Avensis strives to shrug off its workaday image.
SMARTER looking, better built, more efficient and with some mouthwateringly hightech options available, the much improved Toyota Avensis strives to shuck off its rather workaday image.
There's nothing subtle about this wine - it's big, brash but mouthwateringly moreish.
These are the films with food sequences so mouthwateringly vivid they trigger post-movie hankerings.
Not only does he want to give us a history lesson about the classic British pudding, he wants to create something mouthwateringly different.
The mood is fun, the vibe energetic, the food mouthwateringly delicious, and the cocktails- strong