Recent Examples of margarine from the Web
Cut butter and margarine into ½-inch chunks and distribute over the flour.
Canola, used for frying and baking and as an ingredient in salad dressings and margarine, was planted on 2.16 million acres this year, 22 percent higher than the previous record set in 2015, the USDA said.
When margarine came out, that spelled the end of her dairy farm.
After Mantle retired from baseball in 1969, the legendary New York Yankees slugger appeared in a parade of ads -- for lite beer, Blue Bonnet margarine and other products.
For example, Unilever is selling its margarine and spreads business and Reckitt Benckiser is selling its mustard business.
Cool Icing: ▪ 1/2 c. melted margarine ▪ 4 T. cocoa ▪ 2 T. flour ▪ 6 T. coke 1.
Combine cocoa, coke, marshmallows, oil and margarine and bring to a boil.
At the time, consumers were looking for ways to reduce fat in their diets, and the products were vast improvements on margarine.
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Origin and Etymology of margarine
First Known Use: 1836See Words from the same year
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: a food that resembles butter and is made from vegetable oils
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