Street sweepers are working extra shifts to remove the crunchy carcasses.
A healthy wallop of crunchy black peppercorns enhances the rich flavor of the meat.
There is no better thing on a Sunday afternoon than a fruity, molten, crunchy crumble.
Avocado on toast with crunchy sea salt, lemon juice, and a drizzle of olive oil.
Is he a crunchy Cambridge social servant or a law-and-order Beantown cop?
CARAMEL NUT BRULEE A delicious but simple desert, a wonderful combination of creamy and crunchy textures.
I wondered why it was so crunchy until I discovered that there was a beetle inside all the dehydrated peas in the soup.
It was pitch dark, and the stars were shining, and the snow was so nice and crunchy.
Run the kernels through a food chopper or meat grinder to make a crunchy butter.
And—quite in contrast to the evening of her seventh birthday anniversary—toast there was, deliciously crisp and crunchy!
Having a healthy diet and way of living; natural; earthy: She's a crunchy granola girl/ drew directly on their college days at Connecticut's slightly crunchy (as in granola) Wesleyan University (1980s+ Students)
Aperson who is disagreeably intent on environmental matters, personal bodily simplicity, walking in the forest, etc •The term altered to pejorative as the student ethos altered and ''political correctness'' became repellent: crunchy granola: a person who is emotionally or temperamentally still living in the 1960s/ Hippie parents, you know. Rill crunchy (1990s+ Students)
[fr the 1876 trademark of a ''cooked, granulated wheat''; crunchy, candylike modern versions of the cereal were much prized by some elements of the 1960s counterculture]