As the skimmer rounded the bend, a good, stiff blast struck her sails and away she started after the Rosebud.
Then place them in a skimmer (ladle with holes) and dip in boiling water or broth.
This was agreed to, and a little later the skimmer was on the way to the school.
When they have boiled four or five minutes, take them up with a skimmer.
"His redoubted name of 'skimmer of the Seas' were warranty to force him from a sanctuary," returned Ludlow, smiling.
Especially may this be done where a dipper or skimmer without holes is used.
Boil rapidly, take the clams out with a skimmer, and put in another lot, and so continue until all the clams have been cooked.
Joe dropped them in the kettle, and Hal took them out with the skimmer.
But as there is business to be done with the skimmer, we will speak more of this anon.
Remove one at a time with a skimmer or fork, and drop on paraffine paper.
"skimming utensil," late 14c., agent noun from skim (v.). From 1751 as "one who reads superficially." The North American shore bird (1785) is so called from its method of feeding. As "one who diverts money from earnings for some private purpose" by 1970.