mouthwateringly

mouthwateringly

(ˈmaʊθˌwɔːtərɪŋlɪ)
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in a mouthwatering manner
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Baffoe's background in bartending helps, no doubt, when it comes to crafting new cocktails, like the addictive Umetini, a martini made with mouthwateringly sour Japanese ume (plum) liqueur mixed with gin, topped with a shiso leaf.
Visit catedraldegirona.org WHERE TO DRINK One of the most trendy coffee houses in the city, La Fabrica has a cycling theme with old bicycles on the wall and serves excellent organic coffees, and mouthwateringly good homemade cakes.
It also includes satisfyingly chunky PB&J cups with just the right dried-cherry-to-dark-chocolate ratio, a delicious and delightfully creative peanut-toffee-and-Old-Bay chocolate bar that's everything you never knew you wanted, and a mouthwateringly enormous "Colossal Classic Peanut Butter Cup" that beats anything you ate as a child--no contest.
The food just looks mouthwateringly tasty -- I have never had anything that was not good enough.
So, not only are they mouthwateringly delicious, but pigs in blankets are also so easy to make.
The "big junk" sharers are also mouthwateringly good, especially the bumper "bucket 'o' veg" filled with deep-fried veg and seitan served with coleslaw and a cob.
Accompanying the mouthwateringly good story are recipes for such delights as crusty baguette and gAcentsteau des rois (kings' cake).
Both of which were mouthwateringly good and wine lovers will be happy to hear there was a generous selection.
Smarter looking, better built, more efficient and with some mouthwateringly high tech options available, the muchimproved Toyota Avensis strives to shrug off its workaday image.
Build a smarter looking, more ecient, classier load-lugging Avensis model, give it a snappier 'Touring Sports' badge and oer up some mouthwateringly high-tech options, that's what.
Not only does he want to give us a history lesson about the classic British pudding, he wants to create something mouthwateringly different.