How to use Simmering in a sentence

simmering
  • He said nothing, and she sensed his simmering anger.

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  • Heat chicken stock to simmering in a stock pot.

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  • Once the milk is quickly simmering, remove from the heat.

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  • The Deans left her to her dreams, and simmering hatred.

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  • Our first dinner aboard was simmering on the stove.

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  • They are less starchy and stay firm when simmering in soups.

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  • For most people, this will be about an hour of simmering.

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  • By contrast, men are stereotyped as naturally aggressive, with violence simmering just below the surface.

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  • This strike ignited the simmering discontent that surrounds low pay in the public sector.

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  • To make the ganache; melt the chocolate in a bowl set over a pan of simmering water.

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  • Everywhere you could smell somebody's grandma 's sauce simmering from an open window.

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  • The movie is a simmering potboiler that does take slightly too long to come to the boil.

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  • Hollingsworth's anger was matched by Lis Howell's simmering resentment toward her one-time masters at GMTV.

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  • Hollingsworth 's anger was matched by Lis Howell 's simmering resentment toward her one-time masters at GMTV.

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  • It brought views held behind closed doors into the open, and revealed the simmering tensions in the UK on the matter.

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  • The attempt to dehumanize proletarians produced a simmering anger which sometimes boiled over into social unrest.

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  • Keep them warm in a low oven or over a pan of simmering water, with a tent of foil over them.

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  • I keep a small simmering potpourri crockpot out on my kitchen counter and fill it half full with water.

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  • Grill onion on a greased rack set six inches over the simmering coals.

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  • Place a stainless steel bowl in a medium pan that is simmering with hot water.

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  • While the sauce is simmering, sauté the shrimp in 3 ounces of butter with salt, pepper, and cayenne pepper.

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  • Place the butter, chocolate, and boiling water in a heat proof bowl and place that bowl over a pot of simmering water.

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  • Using a double boiler or a bowl over simmering water, add the egg yolks, sugar, lemon zest, cinnamon, vanilla, and Marsala wine.

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  • Gentle simmering extracts the nutritive qualities.

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  • Place the chocolate and glucose in a medium bowl over a gently simmering pot and melt, constantly stirring gently.

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  • These types of grills are particularly useful for individuals who enjoy simmering pots of soup or stew over a campfire.

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  • You'll also need a long handled spoon to stir the food while it is simmering and to serve it when it is cooked.

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  • The options of how to cook lobster tail are steaming, simmering, grilling, and broiling.

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  • In a double boiler, slowly heat the heavy cream and butter, simmering over low heat just to the boiling point.

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  • You can also select models equipped with a swivel arm, allowing you to move your simmering dinner completely out of the reach of the fire during cooking or for serving purposes.

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  • Italian kitchen design conjures up the image of a homey kitchen, with pots of food simmering on the stove, the aromas of that good food in the air, and plenty of room for gathering with family and friends over great meals.

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  • After simmering has begun, add the seasoning in the proportion of 1 teaspoon of salt to a quart of water, a half saltspoon of ground white pepper, a celery root, or a tiny bit of celery seed or the tops of celery.

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  • Be sure you are using organic grape leaves; conventional leaves may have been sprayed with pesticides.Blanch the leaves about a minute in simmering water.

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  • Your therapist may suggest some things that you can due to cool the angry fires simmering in your mind such as taking a time out or using relaxation techniques such as yoga and meditation.

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  • They are a great solution for cooking meals when you don't want to use your stove or when every eye on the stove is already occupied by a simmering pot or sizzling pan.

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