Examples of poppy seed in a Sentence
Sprinkle poppy seeds on the bread before baking.
Recent Examples of poppy seed from the Web
Brussels sprouts, another old warhorse, are revived plated three ways, whole raw and fried leaves alongside shavings piled to conceal smoky deposits of whitefish, its salinity countered by candied poppy seeds and orange vinaigrette.
After attending the bowl game, Hart visited one of the sorority houses on campus and was treated to an old Southern standby: poppy seed chicken, otherwise known as pure comfort in a casserole dish.
The nation in November issued a decree transferring inspections to a trade ministry body instead of quarantine officials, and bans poppy seeds as they can be used to make opium.
Keep in mind, too, that tiny tick nymphs, which feed during the spring and early summer, are about the size of poppy seeds.
An empty poppy seed muffin wrapper sat on a small plate on the living room table, according to the document.
To make Cheesy Poppy Seed Pastry Dough, trade out sugar for 1/4 cup each finely grated Cheddar and Parmesan and 1 tablespoon poppy seeds.
And according to her latest doctor’s visit, she’s six weeks along, with her future child graduating from poppy seed to lentil size.
The Hampden ice cream haven is serving up a cherry and poppy seed ice cream with chocolate chunks called Nivens McTwisp, which pays homage to a signature flavor at Chocolate Wasted Ice Cream Co. in Houston.
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POPPY SEED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of poppy seed for English Language Learners
: the small, black seed of a poppy that is used in baked goods (such as breads and cakes)
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