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- adj. That has been cut into slices.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of slice.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. used of meat; cut into pieces for serving
- adj. prepared by cutting
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For the burgers• 1½ pounds fresh tuna steaks, cut into 1/2-inch dice• 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard• 1 tablespoon chipotle pepper in adobo purée• 1 tablespoon honey• 3 tablespoons canola oil• 2 green onions, green and pale-green part, thinly sliced• Salt and freshly ground pepper• 4 kaiser rolls• 2 ounces watercress• 1 red onion, peeled, halved and thinly sliced.
Like shabu-shabu, the raw ingredients (thin sliced beef, napa cabbage, shiitake, tofu, shirataki noodles) are brought to the table and the cooking happens on a hot plate right in front of you.
The old experiment where tomatos are hooked to an EKG and "scream" when sliced is often used to establish a scientific basis for the consciousness of plants.
I love the liver parboiled a little, then fried with thin sliced heart, bacon and onions.
Thin sliced potatoes put in an oiled cast iron pan, layered with butter, herbs/spices, maybe carmelized shallots between each layer.
I enjoyed it both ways and filled it in sliced garlic bread.
Thin sliced beef tendon w/roasted chili vinaigrette ($7.95 $8. 95**).
I also added some thin sliced tomatoes along the sides of the baking dish for some oven roasted tomatoes.
The pain sliced my body up and down and I was cold and clammy and sticky with blood.
Wait staff kept the hors d'ouevres moving, too -- clam shells filled with seafood ceviche, Nirvana's specialty hibiscus flower quesadillas (like raspberry tarts), shrimp, thin sliced ham wrapped around cantaloupe.