delicate flavor

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  • However, it is popular because of its unique and delicate flavor. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 3
  • They have become stale, and by coming in contact with different kinds of material have lost their delicate flavor. Cited from Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916, ed. by A. W. Latham
  • Karri honey is widely sought after for its light color and delicate flavor.
  • However, the flesh has a delicate flavor and slightly sweet taste.
  • Never let it soak in cold water, as that will impair its delicate flavor. Cited from Every Step in Canning, by Grace Viall Gray
  • In its season, it is much esteemed for its mild and delicate flavor. Cited from The Field and Garden Vegetables of America, by Fearing Burr
  • In general, fruits of delicate flavor and texture cannot be kept very long after they have ripened. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 5
  • Then came the delicate flavor of flowers and Harry knew that they were approaching Charleston. Cited from The Guns of Bull Run, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • What is the advantage of cooking in steam green vegetables of delicate flavor? Cited from School and Home Cooking, by Carlotta C. Greer
  • The fish is commonly used in party catering due to its delicate flavor and because it is cheap and readily available.
  • Nothing can surpass the rich, delicate flavor of the wild pineapple as found in its native habitat. Cited from Science in the Kitchen, by Mrs. E. E. Kellogg
  • It has a fine, delicate flavor, and is very high-priced. Cited from Miss Parloa's New Cook Book, by Maria Parloa
  • It is of a delicate flavor until nearly a year old, when it begins to taste like mutton and is not so tender. Cited from Miss Parloa's New Cook Book, by Maria Parloa
  • No condiments are necessary; even the use of sugar detracts from its delicate flavor. Cited from Science in the Kitchen, by Mrs. E. E. Kellogg
  • Tea and coffee both should be kept from the air, but the former even more carefully than the latter, as the delicate flavor evaporates more quickly. Cited from The Easiest Way in Housekeeping and Cooking, by Helen Campbell
  • Its body is finely formed, heavily feathered, and its flesh is of delicate flavor. Cited from Rural Architecture, by Lewis Falley Allen
  • In no case, however, should the corn be left too long in the water, as overcooking spoils the delicate flavor. Cited from The International Jewish Cook Book, by Florence Kreisler Greenbaum
  • Cabbage cooked in this manner will be of delicate flavor and may be generally eaten without distress. Cited from The International Jewish Cook Book, by Florence Kreisler Greenbaum
  • Since in this method of cooking the flavor is entirely retained, it is especially desirable for any fish of delicate flavor. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 3
  • His flesh is far superior to common pork, possessing the peculiar delicate flavor which belongs to most wild meat. Cited from Round-about Rambles in Lands of Fact and Fancy, Frank Richard Stockton
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