The air around the grill clouds with the steam of sizzling onions.
In a cup, mix the lemon juice, the raw garlic and the chopped parsley and pour on the sizzling shakshuka when serving.
Tina Brown: But obviously Tom you know, you were known for the most sizzling, provocative, you know, sexy kind of advertising.
This is the impression Michael Gibney gives in his sizzling and informative debut.
Sam was in the kitchen standing over a sizzling skillet of bacon, spatula in hand.
She sighed with satisfaction, looked wistfully at the coffeepot simmering, sniffed at the biscuits and sizzling ham.
Mrs. Brown was in the kitchen bent above a pan of sizzling meat.
He held the candle and looked for a long time at the sizzling side of the meat, as if he would read portents.
It was the sizzling of the water when it touched the hot stone.
Down along the first base line came a sizzling grounder just inside the base.
c.1600, "to burn with a hissing sound," perhaps a frequentative form of Middle English sissen "hiss, buzz" (c.1300), of imitative origin. The figurative sense is attested from 1859. Related: Sizzled; sizzling. The noun is first recorded 1823.
Hot, in any sense: sell some of the sizzling green at a discount (1845+)