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Sometimes all the girls have to share besides rice is a spoonful of a curry that is devoured by the father.
The fillets are a good source of protein and contain little fat, so a few spoonfuls of buttery, creamy or spicy sauce won't put you into the red zone diet-wise.
Top each pancake with an ounce of the smoked salmon, a fried egg, a spoonful of the horseradish cream and a sprinkling of chives.
And fresh tuna sashimi was folded like the overlapping petals of a rose over a smooth gazpacho of avocado and pineapple with generous spoonfuls of tiny fish eggs called tobiko.
Fold a spoonful of cream into marshmallow mixture to loosen, then fold in remaining cream and spread on top of chilled crust.
In addition to tasting sweet on your tongue, a spoonful of table sugar — in a cup of coffee, for example — will cause the sugar, or glucose, level in your blood to rise.
Optional: Finish risotto with a very good red wine and stir in a generous spoonful of mascarpone.
Nutella makes a tasty partner in a multitude of recipes, but is just as good straight-up by the spoonful directly from the jar.
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SPOONFUL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of spoonful for English Language Learners
: as much as a spoon can hold
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