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This is a type of shower I haven’t experienced—and don’t intend to, as the closest I’ll ever come to field-dressing an animal is eating a steamed lobster—but I find it compelling nonetheless.
After it’s steamed, sizzling fish is topped with thread-cut pieces of ginger and scallions and then a splash of soy sauce.
Shrimp steamed in lemon and onions are hit with the same delicious spices as the steamed crabs.
Disneyland reopened in California, Major League Baseball fans replaced cardboard cutouts in stadiums, Delta is booking middle seats again and all I could think about in April was where I might eat my first steamed Maryland crab of the season.
But who wants to come home to snake venom and a bowl of steamed kale?
The cafés were still full of people sitting on green Astroturf lawns, sipping tea that steamed at their lips.
Users of the car-summoning app were steamed when nasty weather drove up prices.
The Russian chess master and opposition activist was steamed that the paper published Putin's op-ed.Garry Kasparov Tees Off on Putin and ‘The New York Times’|Brian Ries|September 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Some conservatives, who have long viewed the Ohio congressman as a country-club Republican too eager to make deals, are steamed.
During the night we never steamed, the Amasis lying up while we enjoyed quiet rest in the quietest of lands.
Sometimes they cut spiral strips from the curving horns of a mountain sheep, and steamed them straight.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
He leaned back, smoking his cigar, patting the dog, and stirring the coffee that steamed in their chipped cups.Summer|Edith Wharton
A United States transport just now steamed by, and the men on the guards cheered and waved to us.
The battle had been fought and won, and the triumphant fleet steamed up the river to New Orleans.Stories of Our Naval Heroes|Various