Idioms about curdle
OTHER WORDS FROM curdlecurdler, nounnon·cur·dling, adjective, nounun·cur·dled, adjectiveun·cur·dling, adjective
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The dessert first appeared in the 1400s as a beverage made from hot milk and curdled with ale or some other kind of alcohol.Make a Delicious Summery Spin on Custard This Weekend|Anna Archibald|July 30, 2021|The Daily Beast
Other times, it’s need and anger curdling into violent resentment.Why Does the QAnon Conspiracy Thrive Despite All its Unfulfilled Prophecies?|Mike Rothschild|June 30, 2021|Time
With 50 blood-curdling scenarios, each trip to the house on the hill promises fresh horrors almost every time you play.
When the employee mixed the milk into a cup of hot coffee, it didn’t curdle.Impossible Foods Wants to Make Milk That’s Creamy, Tasty, and Totally Cow-Free|Vanessa Bates Ramirez|October 25, 2020|Singularity Hub
No matter what the subject, he came up with a sound bite that could curdle milk.
GUYS SAY: "It makes my blood curdle to think about some chick writing about me on a blog."
It makes my blood curdle to think about some chick writing about me on a blog.
And though topical humor tends to be transitory, a really bad gag can take on a life of its own and curdle a political career.
After eggs have been added for thickening, the soup should not be allowed to boil, as it is liable to curdle.
If the sauce begins to curdle, beat the soup quickly with a rotary egg beater.
When it can be done, the milk should be cooked with the sugar before the ingredients likely to make it curdle are added.
In case the milk does curdle, the mixture should be treated at once, or the result will be very unsatisfactory.
Curdle fresh milk by warming to 60°C., and adding rennet; filter off the whey into a sterile "tared" flask.The Elements of Bacteriological Technique|John William Henry Eyre