Juicy [adjective]

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Eight bucks gets you a couple of biscuits sturdy enough to support juicy, slow-roasted pork but tender where you want them to be.

I’m thinking about these lines as I bite into a piece of fried chicken — the thinly breaded skin crispy, the inside juicy enough that I need to wipe my lips — while sitting in front of Gumbo Yaya.

The juicy version we eat today is the result of thousands of years of breeding and selection.

Its most juicy revelation is that, when he was young Fauci loved basketball.

Shawarma-Spiced Chicken Thighs with Roasted Radishes Recipe Shawarma-Spiced Chicken Thighs with Roasted Radishes These juicy and crispy pan-roasted chicken thighs are rubbed with the spices commonly used for rotisserie-cooked shawarma meat.

Both smoking and grilling them resulted in juicy, flavorful meat.

For example, one way to gauge opportunity within the firm is to look at the people who get the juicy gigs—people with leadership roles on PwC’s Fortune 500 accounts.

Those in the TV world have read that change to mean the era of juicy panel gigs and rosters full of various Russia experts has come to a close.

One of the juicier nymph-based stories has to do with the water nymph, Salmacis, who wanted the handsome hero Hermaphoditus so bad she physically merged her body with his.

The boy backed away from him, and stood a little distance off, holding out a nice, juicy potato this time.