Simmered in the Belgian beef stew known as Carbonnade, a Chimay can make the broth rich with flavor and thickness.
There was another large decrease in 2012, but Wadhams and other experts also worry that the thickness of Arctic ice is plummeting.
The amount of time the fennel needs to cook will depend upon its thickness and the heat of your range.
Add the chicken stock and simmer until reduced; the thickness should be enough to coat the back of a spoon.
Bake the salmon until it is just cooked through (about 10-15 minutes depending on thickness).
It is well to have several small pillows of varying size and thickness to support different parts of the body.
These were bugles, the hole running in the thickness of the shell.
They are sculptured in the thickness of the wall, and are curious from the scenes and costumes they represent.
French lasting, and soles of the thickness of half-a-dollar!
The costal pleura was covered with organized lymph to the thickness of an inch, with the usual characteristics.
thickness thick·ness (thĭk'nĭs)
The quality or condition of being thick.
The dimension between two surfaces of an object, usually the one of smallest measure.
A layer or stratum.