well-seasoned

well-seasoned

adj (well seasoned when postpositive)
1. (Cookery) (of food) flavoured pleasantly or generously with herbs, salt, pepper, or spices
2. (Forestry) (of timber) prepared and dried skilfully or thoroughly
3. (of a person) matured or experienced
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You could taste the well-seasoned, freshly cooked, garlicky, large shrimp.
The meat must be well-seasoned from skin to bone and remain moist through the entire cooking time, while the exterior must pop out of the oil craggy and crisp--no small feat.
I love my 12-inch, beautifully well-seasoned, cast iron skillet.
The transaction closed in 2012 and is well-seasoned. As a result, CE has built up through note amortisation, and the reserve fund is currently fully funded.
I particularly enjoyed the moussaka as the meat was tender and well-seasoned while the bechamel was creamy and not too firm.
Heat a well-seasoned pan over a medium-high heat, then add a splash of oil.
Heat a large well-seasoned ovenproof saute or frying pan with a lid over a mediumhigh heat, add a splash of oil.
The well-seasoned chicken breast tasted good, however, it does not get along the spinach pasta, as it was only seasoned with herbs.
Baum is a well-seasoned hotelier with in-depth operational experience and has been with Kempinski group since 2007.
We will be an active developer of these properties from day one led by a team of well-seasoned industry professionals with extensive experience in the area.
To accomplish this, always burn well-seasoned wood, which contains 20 to 25 percent water compared to fresh wood, which contains about 45 percent water.
It's a tense affair as well-seasoned veterans and raw youths of the Christchurch Poultry Club vie to conquer at the national show.