The main experiment at the Sede Boqer site in 1991 consisted of three treatments: 1) removal of the papery
+ outer silk layer; 2) removal of the papery
+ outer silk layer + the dirt layer; 3) removal of the papery+ outer silk layer + dirt layer + inner silk layer.
Remove from foil and serve immediately (squeezing garlic out of its papery
The Poachet, which is made from a semi-permeable papery
fabric and allows contact with water, is very different from other poaching devices, which are made from synthetic materials, the Daily Mail reported.
<i>La Signora</i> toasts thick slices of Tuscan bread, peels the delicate, papery
skin off garlic cloves and rubs this pure essence onto <i>il pane</i>, topping it off with semi-soft Pecorino cheese, a gift from the hillside sheep, and a thin slice of tomato that an hour ago was sunning on this Cortona countryside.
The pedestrians standing around you, waiting for the light to turn green so that they can cross the road, are losing their three-dimensional solidity and turning to papery
What I mean is, my mother was like paper--my mother was papery
. Or so goes the story.
Remove the papery
outer husks when you're ready to use the fruit, and rinse off the sticky residue.
The outer skin, which is thin and papery
and can be peeled off like an onion, is called the "tunic." The tunic protects everything that is inside the bulb.
Lift the latter when the skin on the neck begins to brown and becomes papery
, and harvest sweetcorn as it becomes ripe.
The shimmering gold efflorescence of the golden rain tree (Koelreuteria elegans), whose large clusters of bright yellow flowers turn to rosy, papery
seedpods, is the first to herald autumn.
star of leaves capping the red fruit might be green, but the California strawberry industry is not.
The wasps build large versions of the papery
nests of hornets found in North America, and they specialize in breaking into other social-insect nests and carrying off larvae as food for young wasps.