lip-smacking

lip-smacking

adj
(of food or drink) tastydisplaying or expressing enjoyment or pleasure, esp at the taste of food or drink
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The lanes of Old Delhi, known as Purani Dilli in Hindi, offer some lip-smacking food for those who visit the area.
AS SUNNY Manchester sizzles in record temperatures with the rest of the country, the results of a new lip-smacking poll are sure to divide opinion.
The three new lip-smacking flavours (RRP PS2.49) include Dark Beer BBQ Sauce, Roasted Onion BBQ Sauce and Hickory Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce.
It's a lip-smacking delight to see the two-time Oscar winner in full comic flow, tossing out polished one-liners or rejecting one male staff member's request for a pay rise following the birth of his second child because it represents "the classic sexist argument for the advancement of men in the workplace".
Summary: Let Mumbai Masti Juice Centre entice you with lip-smacking fare of fresh and healthy vegetarian delights
Similarly, Henry Wriothesley, supposedly the "beautiful boy" in Shakespeare's gushing sonnets, is embodied with lip-smacking glee by a wigged Sir Ian McKellen.
They are a lip-smacking dinner-at-the-ready served in a bowl with a simple side salad and some crusty bread for sopping up their smoky, tangy tomato sauce.
Prepare to drool as Jon Favreau cooks up a lip-smacking antidote to Hollywood junk food.
Weisz never tips the wink either way and one of the film's lip-smacking delights is trying to glimpse evidence of guilt behind the facade of the grieving widow.
Summary: "Food addict" pitches for a little-talked about cuisine and its lip-smacking takeaways in the UAE
Taylor Farms Stir Fry Kits go from the fridge to lip-smacking good in about 5 minutes.
The Italians do some great light, fruity reds, like Frapatto, which benefits from a wee touch in the fridge, or the Barbera grape that's known for having lip-smacking acidity, low tanin and full-on fruit which gives it a dark colour that belies its light touch.