scrummy

scrummy

(ˈskrʌmɪ)
adj, -mier or -miest
delicious; lovely
[C20: from scrumptious]
Translations

scrummy

[ˈskrʌmi] adj [food, taste] → délicieux/euse
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com or call 029 2045 4045 4 Laguna Kitchen and Bar Park Plaza Hotel, Greyfriars Road, Cardiff, CF10 3AL Indulge with the finest of finger sandwiches - fancy fillings include smoked salmon - the most scrummy of scones, mini pastries and, of course, Welsh cakes.
One is for formal dining - seafood is a speciality, including oysters from nearby Whitstable and sole from Dover - and the other is for scrummy bar food.
And the small bag of Marmiteflavoured cashews was a scrummy bonus.
The small bag of Marmite-flavoured cashews was a scrummy bonus.
AMERICA has a National Popcorn Day - but there's no reason why we can't all celebrate which these scrummy popcorn recipes.
The event offered delectable bites from the grill along with scrummy beverages and sweet treats.
THE ROOM Big enough with the usual nice perks - tea and coffee with scrummy biscuits.
You dreamed up incredible new ice cream flavours too, from the dubious delights of Arbroath smokie in a cone to the potentially scrummy lemon with lavender.
Never disappoints, fantastic veggie selection and consistently scrummy over the last 19 years
But I like the judges' and contestants' use of other words too, like higgledy-piggledly, scrummy and 'Snuggles' - Claudia's cheeky pet name for a blushing Paul Hollywood.
There's also Penderyn Whisky, plus the delicious whisky cream liqueur Merlyn, scrummy cheeses, artisan pate, and the finest Celtic Pride meat.
SCRUMMY DOWN: Award-winning chef Richard Sim (pictured) is bringing his culinary flair to functions at Newcastle Falcons' rugby ground.