Definition of Marinading

1. Verb. (present participle of marinade) ¹



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Definition of Marinading

1. marinade [v] - See also: marinade

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marinading

marijuanalike
marijuanas
marikina
marikinas
marimastat
marimba
marimbalike
marimbas
marimbist
marimbists
marimonda
marina
marinade
marinaded
marinades
marinading (current term)
marinara
marinaras
marinas
marinate
marinated
marinates
marinating
marination
marinations
marine
marine animal
marine archaeology
marine archeology
marine biologist

Literary usage of Marinading

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1. Vegetables by S. Beaty-Pownall (1902)
"... en beignets) consists in marinading the cold and broken-up vegetable for an hour or so in a ..."

2. Fish by S. Beaty-Pownall (1903)
"Fish fillets are often grilled thus: Cut up the fish into neat and not too thick fillets, marinading them for half an hour or so in a little salad oil, ..."

3. Pot-pourri from a Surrey Garden by Maria Theresa Earle, Constance Lytton (1898)
"marinading is far too little done in England; it is most useful for many things—hares, venison, beef, and grouse—and it preserves the meat for some time, ..."

4. An Encyclopædia of Domestic Economy by Thomas Webster, William Parkes (1855)
"... way French cooking yields an almost endless number of dishes, prepared from a few original substances, which, by the art either of braising, marinading, ..."

5. The Hare: Natural History by Hugh Alexander Macpherson, Gerald Lascelles, Charles Richardson, J. S. Gibbons, G. H. Longman, Kenney Herbert (1896)
"The question of marinading should now be decided. This is held by some to be advisable, and by others to be a mistake. My experience leads me to recommend ..."

6. Hotel Meat Cooking: Comprising Hotel and Restaurant Fish and Oyster Cooking by Jessup Whitehead (1901)
"Common wine for marinading and stewing and baking in, Maderia, Port and Sherry for soups and ragouts; rum and brandy for sauces. Sixteen dollars a day for ..."

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