Warmth showered gently over him, cowing his flesh.
Season the flesh side of the fish with salt and pepper.
Veal, the flesh of calves of cattle, is much less fatty than beef.
When something, such as a needle, sticks into your own flesh or body, you feel the pain.
Score the flesh with a knife to make a criss-cross pattern.
Run your hands up and down the flesh to check for any little bones.
When cooked, the tender flesh separates into spaghetti-like strands.
Avoid vegetables with brown patches, wilted or slimy leaves, bruised or pulpy flesh.
Tasmanian sea trout or ocean trout is another fish with salmon-colored flesh that’s closely related.
Add the flesh from the courgettes and aubergines to the tomato flesh and seeds and chop well.
Their peel can be sliced off, along with a thin layer of hard flesh, leaving the sweet flesh.
Meanwhile, cut the preserved lemons open and remove the soft flesh to leave you with just the skin (discard the flesh).
Jo Applin from the Courtauld Institute of Art looks at Green Tilework in Live Flesh by Adriana Vareja, which features in a new exhibition, Flesh, at York Art Gallery.
The skin of both coated and uncoated bananas became browner over nine days, but the flesh of the former remained largely white while the latter’s flesh was mostly brown.
He was left with a brittle, translucent scrap of apple flesh that – when it was implanted under the skin of a mouse – provided the perfect home for mammalian flesh to grow into.
Cut each aubergine lengthways through the stalk, then score the flesh in a tight criss-cross pattern, taking the knife through the flesh down to the skin, but taking care not to cut through the skin.
Victorious Maoris often cut up the bodies of the dead after a battle and feasted on the flesh, and the Batak of Sumatra were reported to have sold human flesh in the markets before they came under full control by the Dutch.
So much easier to forget those choices, or to defer endlessly the choosing, or to debate the difficulties of choosing infinitely, because white male flesh is not under mortal threat, as the flesh of black men or the flesh of women.
The dog both choked and gasped as if half-drowned, mastering itself enough to sink teeth into flesh, and now Lazarus heard his own screams as teeth struck bone, then reared back without loosening their hold; he screamed for mercy, the teeth pulling his flesh as if yanking at taffy.
Rohault appealed to the Cartesian view that sensible ideas are caused by configurations of the parts of material bodies to argue that, if bread and wine were replaced by flesh and blood whose parts had exactly the same configurations, the flesh and blood would look, feel, and taste like bread and wine.
- remove adhering flesh from (hides) when preparing leather manufacture
- the soft tissue of the body of a vertebrate: mainly muscle tissue and fat
- alternative names for the body of a human being
- a soft moist part of a fruit
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