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slurpy

(ˈslɜːpɪ)
adj, slurpier or slurpiest
making a slurping noise
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I could go the panzanella route, but this slurpy stew is less acidic than that salad and offers the added comfort of a warming bowl.
More satisfying are foods with the bright notes of tart-sweet lemonade or spicy salsa, the rousing textures of crunchy coleslaw or cucumber salad, and the moisture of a juicy tomato or a wedge of slurpy watermelon.
But the famous boxing trainer Freddie Roach hit it hot in referring to the slurpy food condiment to belittle WBA super welterweight champion Keith Thurman.
Simply, choose the kid's favourite fruit, add some yogurt and maybe some oatmeal before churning it into a slurpy mix.
BY AMY SHARPE KATIE Price really knows how to shake things up - treating two of her kids to THREE of the slurpy drinks each at a burger bar.
Chicken thighs are roasted to perfection and tossed in a fresh ginger broth with noodles and is slurpy good.
Celeriac remoulade - a rustic French take on coleslaw - was a slurpy accompaniment.
Cacio e pepe ("cheese and pepper" sounds so much better in Italian, don't you think?) is one of Rome's staple dishes, and one whose tangy, slurpy sauce demands spaghetti or tonnarelli.
The air must hit the back of the palate, so the noise as the tea goes in is very slurpy.
Eventually, it met its slurpy end when trying to vacuum up a pile of orange peels, which had missed the bin and fallen on the floor behind it.
Malbec Beaujolais Domaine Romy 2013 (PS9.99, Majestic, mix and match two and save 25%) is a slurpy kind of a wine.
Try the seafood and red meat dishes, but don't miss the slurpy iced teas.