tangy


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The Tangy Pineapple Salad features grilled pineapple, sweet corn, roasted red peppers and citrus-marinated, flame-grilled chicken breast, atop a bed of romaine lettuce and served with mango poppy seed vinaigrette dressing.
Tangy remembers that her mother told her something very important when she was little.
M1 are delightfully tangy and refreshing and made from the highest quality ingredients that result in yogurt ices packed with taste and goodness.
We sampled the Tangy Citrus Ice (both flavors came out of a machine like soft-serve ice creams, yogurts and some milkshakes) and were surprised at the small cup size, about the same as a small coffee.
It's a dry white of almost startling freshness, crisp, tangy and citrussy, with a lingering herby aftertaste.
Tangy history: In October, 2000, Heinz introduced coloured ketchup products in green, purple, pink, orange, teal and blue.
The Loire Valley offers refreshingly tart and tangy varieties made with the Sauvignon Blanc grape--try Richard Bourgeois (2003).
Colour-wise, this one looked least like good old-fashioned marmalade, and it wasn't tangy at all - more like a bland jam than an orange fine cut.
Perfect for that mid-morning or mid-afternoon snack, Snack-a-Jacks Mini Bites are available in three delicious flavours - Sour Cream & Sweet Chilli, Mature Cheddar & Red Onion and Tangy Tomato & Red Pepper.
This novel documents the unjust and dreadful life of 13-year-old Tangy Mae Quinn from 1958 to 1960.
Try it in a sandwich (mash with some light or low-fat mayo or, for a tangy kick, unflavored, non-fat yogurt).