Definition of 'rind'
Example sentences containing 'rind'
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Is it unconditional love or are you only in it for the cheese rind? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Score one side of cheese and cut away rind. The Sun (2016)Place the butter, lemon rind and crushed garlic in a small bowl and mix to combine. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You know there is more to life than cheese rind, right? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Turn off the heat; mix in the flaked haddock and lemon rind and combine with the cooked rice. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Use a potato peeler to cut the rind from the oranges and lemon. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Serve with one large ice cube and garnish with a twist of lemon rind. Times, Sunday Times (2016)How does one decide whether to eat rind of cheese? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Remove the ham and cut off the rind. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Leave overnight and take the lemon rind out the next day. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Cut the lemon rind into very thin strips and add to the dish. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Use a peeler to remove the rind of the lemon and then finely slice the rind into thin strips. The Sun (2011)For dessert he may have had some bits of barley, or a cheese rind. Christianity Today (2000)Place the thyme on the bacon rind and roll it up like a Swiss roll. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Cut the rind into 1cm pieces and add to the liquid. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add some lemon juice, lemon rind and peel and a couple of spoonfuls of brown sugar. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Use a sharp knife to cut through the rind and fat of the chops at 1 ½ cm intervals. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Add the lemon rind and kale and cook for a further 1-2 minutes or until the kale is just wilted. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Remove the rind from the bacon slices, then run the back of a knife along the length of each strip to stretch it out. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Turn cheese rind into stock The best thing to do with cheese rind is to add it to a stock and use it for risotto. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Compared to the 320 spoonful of fish eggs and the 4 kilo of bacon rind. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Boil the calf's foot with the lean bacon and its rind for 10 minutes. A Passion for Food (1989)Stir for a minute or two, then add the onions, the lemon rind and juice. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Cut through the rind of the chops at 2cm intervals towards the meat, to avoid buckling as they cook. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Feel free to eat the rind on any cheese but they usually taste quite bitter - so most people don't bother. The Sun (2014)They were to be hamburgers and bacon, she told him, but he had to be sure and cut the rind off. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'rind'
British English: rind NOUN
The rind of a fruit such as a lemon or orange is its thick outer skin.
...grated lemon rind.
Definition of rind from the Collins English Dictionary
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