boiled sweet


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boiled sweet

n
(Cookery) Brit a hard sticky sweet of boiled sugar with any of various flavourings
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After getting on the plane you are shown your seat, the young lady goes through the safety proceedures and then she comes round with ear plugs and a boiled sweet.
Make sure you don't miss the scene where he samples a foul-tasting boiled sweet.
This is an opportunity to rejuvenate the boiled sweet category, in particular, and give the likes of Fox's Glacier Mints and Rowntree's Randoms major competition," said Monty Bojangles co-founder Andrew Newlands.
I suck on a boiled sweet as the pilot tests the engines, taxies and lines up the great white bird ready on the runway.
It will bear more than a passing resemblance to a giant boiled sweet and, as such, will be a worthy heir to the proposals for "giant monuments" first made by Claes Oldenburg during his stay in London in the '60s.
Add a red boiled sweet to each heart shaped hole and bake in the oven for approximately 10 minutes until the cookies are golden brown on the edges.
To sit in the best seats at the mecca of the game, with sardine sandwiches for tea and a boiled sweet to suck if the front row feel like passing them around, is nirvana itself.
Yawning, swallowing, sucking a boiled sweet or chewing gum can help to relieve the pain.
Do not remove the biscuits from the baking tray until they have cooled as the boiled sweet centre needs to firm up.
99) that's dry, herby and with a tang of grapefruit; but for sheer value for money a clutch of pink wines from the Ardeche region take some beating, including Sainsbury's own Grenache Rose, with its redcurrant and boiled sweet flavour, a real bargain at just pounds 3.
Take Calpol or Calprofen 30 minutes before take-off or landing or suck on a boiled sweet (only for ages over three).