Jim was trotting along the well-known road, shaking his ears and whisking
his tail with a contented motion.
This done, the industrious beavers indulged in a little recreation, chasing each other about the pond, dodging and whisking
about on the surface, or diving to the bottom; and in their frolic, often slapping their tails on the water with a loud clacking sound.
The coachman, Terenty, fastened the horses, who kept whisking
away the flies, to a tree, and, treading down the grass, lay down in the shade of a birch and smoked his shag, while the never-ceasing shrieks of delight of the children floated across to him from the bathing-place.
This obliging offer was gladly accepted, and Margaret retired to the parlor, which she hastily put in order by whisking
the litter under the sofa and shutting the blinds to save the trouble of dusting.
This should be for only 2-3 minutes as the blender has done the major part of the whisking
3 Whisk until everything is smooth and incorporated, then keep whisking
to thicken and aerate.
Heat until steaming but not boiling, then pour the hot liquid onto the yolks, whisking
as you go.
The multi-purpose tools are a convenient set for any cooking jobs that require baking, whisking
, beating or stirring.
When the cream just starts to boil, remove from the heat and pour over the yolks, whisking
as you go.
Here the focus is on the eggs, not the person whisking
them: The eggs were whisked.
Set the pan over medium heat and, whisking
constantly, bring to a simmer.
for another few minutes, on a low speed to begin with and then on a higher speed, until the buttercream is very pale and fluffy.