Partly Cook by Boiling
Partly cook by boiling crossword clue. A quick crossword found in Daily Express UK newspaper on Friday, 1 Sep 2017. 7 letter.
The answer: PARBOIL
Partly cook by boiling in sentence
Apicius provides a possible explanation for eating the bulbs in “Varro si quid de bulbis dixit” (Varro Says of Bulbs). “Bulbs cooked in water are conducive to love and are therefore served at wedding feasts.” Publius Terentius Varro was a poet who was known for his love poems, satires, and an epic poem about Julius Caesar’s conquest of Gaul in 58 BC. The poet, Martial, also included lines in a poem about bulbs being used as an aphrodisiac.
Bulbos (Bulbs). Serve with oil, broth, and vinegar with a little cumin sprinkled over. Aliter (Another Way). Soak the bulbs and parbroil (partly cook by boiling) them; then fry them in oil. Make a dressing of thyme, fleabane, pepper, oregano, honey, vinegar, reduced wine, and date wine. If you like, add broth and some oil. Sprinkle with pepper and serve.