soft-centred

soft-centred

adj
(Cookery) (of a chocolate or boiled sweet) having a centre consisting of cream, jelly, etc
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This soft-centred satire falls well short of Larry Cohen's The Stuff.
SPIKEY Strachan was brought in to toughen up what had become a soft-centred side.
The results are not yet back from the lab, but it seems to be some sort of gooey, soft-centred material that melts rapidly when heat is applied, is easily removed from flat surfaces, does not bounce or spin and which stinks to high heaven," says the SMH report.
Well yes, she does - opting for a soft-voiced, soft-centred 'Mrs J' who even chides her children in sympathetic tones - occasionally one could wish for a little more edge.
They should still be a little soft-centred to the touch.
He was a very soft-centred guy and we had a lot more in common than people think.
Mrs Wilson doesn't see a community punishment order as a soft-centred option.
After touting that rat-faced Chihuahua around for a few years and investing in a menagerie including a ferret and a goat, the soft-centred Doctor Dolittle of the red carpet is now the proud owner of a dwarf cat.
I saw too many incoherent or non-existent curriculums, too many eccentric and unevaluated teaching methods, and too much of the totally soft-centred belief that children would learn if you left them to it.
But using computer-created creatures against stunning real-life backdrops makes for a spectacular, if soft-centred, adventure into which romance and some suitably sanitised savagery is also stirred.
Soft-centred Saints have finally got a league win, but they are still fragile away from home and Bradford will punish them for that.
For all the coarse language, the comedy's soft-centred - it's as sweet as Starman and as silly as Spaceballs.