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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of crust.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Incrusted; covered with, or containing, crust.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a hardened crust as a covering
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Their pizza was said to be crispy and very thin-crusted, which is how we like it.
A particularly severe, highly contagious form called crusted, or Norwegian, scabies can affect the elderly, AIDS patients and people on immunosuppressants.
(minute acari) in the scarfskin, which occasion much irritation, and of which the itch furnishes a well-marked example; papular eruptions, or dry pimples; pustular eruptions, or mattery pimples, of which some forms are popularly known as crusted tetters; scaly eruptions, or dry tetters; and vesicular eruptions, or watery pimples.
A specific food pairing, such as “rosemary crusted rack of lamb” can also turn off a customer because if he or she is not planning on that dish, they may go to another wine.
Most memorable dish of the last few years was a piece of fresh, crusted Jewfish in Margaret River last year.
To create the aura of New Orleans, from that city, Ms. O'Brien imported musicians Irvin Mayfeld and the New Orleans Jazz Playhouse Revue, burlesque dancers, trumpets that served as table centerpieces and a Louisiana catering company that cooked such delicacies as crawfish pies, mini muffalettas, deep-fried catfish, pecan parmesan crusted tilapia, chicken-and-sausage jambalaya and bread pudding with rum sauce.
My favorite cheesecake is oreo crusted chocolate chip cookie dough cheesecake!
For $500 tickets, you could get Spicy King Crab with Tobanjan Aioli and cilantro from Morimoto NYC, veal Saltimbocca soup dumplings from Del Posto, Bratwurst corn dogs from Cookshop, rice cracker crusted tuna from Perry Street and a lobster summer roll with citrus-dill gelee and a siraracha emulsion from Spice Market.
There were very good breads with a killer quenelle of smoked butter crusted with walnuts.
Heat the oil in a pan over a high heat and, when smoking, add the fillet and sear briefly on all sides until crusted.