Phyllis snatched the dishtowel
out of Safiyah's hand.
There was a box of salt, spout up like a bird beak, a dishtowel
around the baby, and a little bottle of cooking oil.
She put on an expression of mock outrage and twirled the dishtowel
into a rope that she snapped at my backside.
Pat the chickpeas very dry with a clean dishtowel
or paper towels.
Henry came out of the kitchen, wiping his hands on a dishtowel
. Gretchen followed behind him.
Fortunately, I have a dishtowel
in my hand and catch the eardrum vandal in its soft folds.
For example, "a dishtowel
get wet when it dries' and 'blackberries are green when they are red.' I have taken some of these and put them in (what else but) a limerick format." Here are Bill's anomalies:
Her tone is often light and humorous, especially when domestic, ordinary events are described through the use of personifications, as in 'Dish Towel Speaks' and 'The Infant of Prague with a Black Eye' where the adventures of a dishtowel
and a statue are narrated:
Coordinating oven mitts, potholders and dishtowel
sets are available.
Cover loosely with a dishtowel
and let rise for 1 to 2 hours.
Cover with a dishtowel
and leave in a warm place - do not move for 24 hrs.
Here's a tip from our expert: When you're making rice, tie a dishtowel
firmly around the underside of the lid of your pan (so the open part is on top of the lid)-it absorbs the moisture and makes fluffier rice.