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My eyes started to glaze over after the first couple of dozen comments.
They can be used as a spread or as the basis for a meat glaze.
Though some are marked with splashes and smudges of glaze, all have an endearing freshness and even joy.
Earthenware pottery is covered with a white tin glaze, which is then decorated with pigments before the white glaze is fired.
We prepare potatoes browned in a sugar-and-butter glaze and served with heavy gravy.
Maiolica is another name for tin-glazed earthenware, made by bathing clay vessels in a glaze that incorporates tin oxides.
Glaze poisoning occurs when someone swallows these substances.
Add half of the aromatics in the sieve back into the glaze and stir.
Lemon tarts sparkle from every pastry shop window, but tarts with sparkle that's more than glaze-deep are rare.
For a deeper flavor, use a few spoonfuls of meat glaze to enrich the sauce.
The mere mention of the word used to glaze over the eyes of students and investors alike.
It also makes a fantastic glaze for baked or grilled chicken, fish, or vegetables.
Cooks are simmering citrus-rum scallops and whipping up a brown sugar rib glaze.
The mixed material structure is a striking yet harmonious combination of concrete and glaze, accented by glazed bricks.
In the end, the team decided on a chewy oatmeal cookie with ribbons of caramel-and-chocolate glaze.
It's a limited edition of fifteen, hand-crafted in acoustic ceramic and each with a different glaze.
The next was almost wholly white, yet with a salmon glaze at the throat.
Brush top of pie lightly with some of remaining egg glaze.
Pour glaze through a fine-mesh sieve into a heatproof bowl, pressing on and discarding solids.
We used breakfast sausage and a savory glaze that does double duty as a salad dressing.
Yet the cake cried out for a glaze to top it off, the way an artfully placed scarf turns a dress into an outfit.
It depends on the saltiness or smokiness of the ham, the sweetness of the glaze, whether mustard is served on the side or not.
But once they bake it, put on the glaze or the powdered sugar, it's done.
With temperatures hovering around freezing, a steady rain quickly coated the city with nearly a half-inch of glaze.
The rich red-brown glaze of teriyaki dish is a perfect addition.
Some damask designs have more contrast, a development owing to sophisticated glaze techniques.
The brown color is part of the glaze itself, which was spattered on the fired clay body.
All atomized glaze spray booths and kilns firing glazed ceramic ware.
Glaze means a coating of colored, opaque, or transparent material applied to ceramic products before firing.
Glaze ice usually contains some air pockets that result in a lumpy translucent appearance.
The vases are especially popular, and yes, the cracks under the glaze are what you want.

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