half-raw

half-raw

adj
(Cookery) (of meat) only partially cooked
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We made sure he could watch as our dogs drooled and gnawed over his groin, half-cooked, half-raw, all good dog food.
My dinner party guinea pigs are almost too polite to comment on the half-raw leeks, but the cooked halves taste fantastically fresh - thumbs up to "blanching and refreshing" technique.
The spectators shuffle around, swap unfunny jokes and eat a fly-blown mess of half-raw meat, followed by a lump of sticky fruit, they squabble and grieve over the rising costs to get in, while the pickpockets have a field day.
What to do with chicken legs and wings that burn on one side and are half-raw on the other was answered with a little wire rack designed to hang to food.
So hardy is their way of life that they have no need of fire nor of savory foods but eat the roots of wild plants and the half-raw flesh of any kind of animal whatever, which they put between their thigh s and the backs of their horses and thus warm it a little.
We lit fires and had picnics of sorts with blackened, half-raw sausages and burned bread.