yummo

yummo

(ˈjʌməʊ)
adj
tasty; delicious
interj
an exclamation of delight or approval
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And all under the watchful stare of judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode as they lick their lips, both seeking that "lovely thing" that will make the demure John shout "Yummo!" and Gregg blurt out he wants to "snog the face" off it, or some other bizarre declaration.
And all under the watchful stare of judges Gregg Wallace and John Torode as they lick their lips, both desperately seeking that "lovely thing" that will make the usually demure John shout "Yummo!" and Gregg blurt out that he wants to "snog the face" off it, or some other bizarre declaration.
And her North Indian tadka dal with poached chicken, spinach puree and flat bread was so good it made usually hard-to-please MasterChef judge Gregg Wallace call the dish "a big plate of yum'" But the best description of Swansea cook Beth Thomas' top nosh was from co-judge John Torode, who called her black pudding and leek 'bonbon' simply "yummo'" In Wednesday's MasterChef heats the 23-year-old receptionist impressed with her inventive dishes and is now through to the quarter-finals of the BBC series.
Given these critters' free run of our yard, John and I had to get up to speed on deer munchies: what they consider "yummo" plants versus the "blecch!" ones.
Of the top 10 fiction, four programs hail from Blighty: BBC pie "England Expects," about a man's breakdown under the stress of modern-day pressures; "Fur TV," BBC and Yummo Prods.' puppet series for grown-ups; Company Pictures and Mayflower Recordings' "Shameless," a miniseries about a dysfunctional family in Manchester; and "State of Play," a fast-paced newsroom series from BBC and Endor Prods.