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The end is even fitting with Arroz con leche, a sweetish cinnamon flavoured milky rice baked to perfection.
com) - pronounced o-peer - is a London Dry Gin with a spicy, rich, sweetish palate and lingering herby, peppered finish that lends itself to a gin-based bloody Mary, otherwise known as a red snapper.
1596 The sweetish reek from the Barbary ape was particularly cloying tonight.
With supermarkets having their special sauces and international sections, Hannah says Reggae Reggae sauce which she describes as "a spicy, sweetish sauce" should be easy to find.
Champagne won't easily forget the 2003 vintage -- it snowed heavily in the winter, causing a substantial loss of berries in their formative stage ( hence the concentration of flavours), and then came a killer summer ( the sun leaves its mark in the sweetish aftertaste).
A hint of rosemary's nice, as is sage, and perhaps a little splash of sweetish wine, like Marsala or sherry.
Instead of the usual English muffin on the base, there's a sweetish brioche-type bread, which worked just fine under the perfectly runny poached egg and buttery Hollandaise sauce.
The Chocolate Shop Wine is a blend of red wine and dark chocolate - leaving a sweetish tipple of cold, boozy cocoa.
In addition to the Elgar Cheddar and its smoked variety, there is Little Urn, a hard, sweetish ewes' milk cheese made to commemorate England's Ashes victory in 2005; two goats milk cheeses - Capria, a camembert-style, and Rhapsody, a soft blue; and occasionally there is Skip, a soft ewes' milk cheese.
Riesling's spiritual home is Germany, where the most prized (and expensive) examples are created - as well as some wishy-washy watery sweetish wine that has not helped the overall image.
When poured into a glass, it presents with a citric nose, leading into a big-bodied winey beer with a sweetish palate and a hint of sour.
For years, western wine critics insisted that the unpronounceable Gewurtztraminer, a sweetish white wine from the Alsace region of France, was the best match for Indian food.