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well-cooked

adjective

  1. having been cooked with skill so as to be pleasant to eat
  2. (of meat) having been cooked thoroughly


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Seafood “is seldom well cooked” and milk puddings are “the kind of thing that one would prefer to pass over in silence.”

A well-cooked joint is redolent of religion, and a delicate pasty is crisp with charity.

And such wholesome, delicious, well-cooked dishes I have never eaten elsewhere.

The food was good, abundant, and well cooked, but everywhere there was an utter absence of cleanliness.

Place in the oven and bake until the crust is brown, the strawberries are well cooked, and the juice is thick.

Make the bean pulp by forcing well-cooked beans through a colander or a press.

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