morish

morish

(ˈmɔːrɪʃ)
adj
a variant spelling of moreish
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CREW: D Gotze (6)--Skipper, M Wenke (9) Navigator, T Ellis (49), M Hayes (17), J Goluzd (33), A Simpson (6), R Bott (7), K Swiney (9), G Torpy (8), C Wade-Lehmann (1), P Morish, D Herlihy, I Douglas, J Woods, L Blateau
Baba ganoush is a deliciously smokey and morish Middle Eastern dip that works perfectly in place of houmous.
The Jersey potatoes that accompanied it were tasty, as were the vegetables which included miniature sweetcorn, carrots, swede, mange tout and runner beans, but my favourite was the cauliflower cheese that was served in a dish and was golden and creamy with a fantastically morish flavour.
It was very clear how much they enjoyed it, though - even the youngsters quickly discovered how morish it was.
Botafogo boasts a small, but well put-togethevaried wine list, plus a variety of cocktails, buchose to stick with the Brazilian theme and ofor the morish draught Brahma beer.
Made fresh to order, the soft doughnut churros are a morish indulgence, served with a pot of melted couverture chocolate.
Its sweetness has been matched perfectly with its crisp chocolate casing and once bitten into delivers a morish, molten delight.
Restaurant Crap Naros: This cosy chalet offers traditional fare, ranging from morish fondue to regional specialties such as Capuns and Pizokel.
While the FPS's campaign was its ludicrously ballsy mix of running, gunning and blowing the hell out of the planet's most recognisable landmarks, the bigger Warfar usual, l gunnin planet' series' tuned u heights stat-mo comple addictive multiplayer modes were up to even more intensely morish heights.
The portion size was veering towards large but there was something morish about this dish and the lot vanished without hesitation.