Happy End," for its part, signals a return to form for the director, who here makes a stark departure from the sweet tone of "Amour" in favor of the vinegary
outlook on life manifested in such films as "Funny Games," his 2007 horror movie about violent home invaders.
For an idea of what the eastern half of North Carolina is cranking out, visit Ellenton's Hickory Hollow, which serves hickory-smoked pork along with a vinegary
I don't know what that stuff was, but it smelled evil and vinegary
and was doled out from an unmarked medicine bottle.
There's a simple way to tell if your microfilm is already decaying: The acetic acid generated by the breakdown of the film base gives off a distinct vinegary
smell, which is why the degradation process is often called "vinegar syndrome.
While the cuts of meat are inspired by those found throughout the United States' barbecue belt - like Texas-style brisket and Memphis ribs - the vinegary
sauces and spicy rubs at Smoque BBQ are original recipes, giving its barbecue a Chicago touch.
The very freshest, sweetly-fleshed fish, cut with surgical precision, set over a nugget of perfect, sticky, slightly vinegary
Tempos are brisk but never unfeelingly so and there's nothing vinegary
or scratchy about the string sound.
The lightly seasoned turkey lyoner is a lovely accompaniment to the vinegary
intensity of olives.
doorstop, in Blighty BUCKETS AND SPADES I have fond memories as a child of family holidays to Devon and Cornwall, of vinegary
fish and chips - in newspaper, back then - eaten on sandy beaches, of buckets and spades and cream teas.
Pret said: "Our Posh Cheddar and Pickle contains sugar to balance the otherwise vinegary
The taste can be vinegary
and it resembles a cloudy apple cider.
I was glad I had, because the hollandaise sauce on the eggs benedict was so vinegary
it brought tears to my eyes.