Definition of glazed
1 : covered with or as if with a glassy film glazed eyes
2 : marked by lack of expression
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The meatloaf, meanwhile, is a healthy hunk of beef and cheese wrapped in sweet glazed bacon and sitting atop a bed of pimento mac and cheese.
The renovation project included installation of insulated exterior cladding, double-glazed windows and a communal heating system.
The monster piece of crispy boneless breast meat on top of a glazed long john crushes the sweet and carb cravings in one swoop — no maple syrup necessary (and thus, no sog).
Freret Street Po-boy and Donut Shop, 4701 Freret St., New Orleans, is offering 50 cent glazed doughnuts on June 2; there is a limit of six.
And Betty Woodman has transformed her glazed ceramic cutouts into beautiful women, whose garments include actual textiles.
When ready to serve, stack the glazed doughnuts into a hive shape. Drizzle with honey, sprinkle with sanding sugar, and decorate with jelly bean bees, if desired.
Beginning February 6, Krispy Kreme will give away a free original glazed doughnut to any customer who purchases a cup of coffee.
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