He took a bite of the sharp-tasting cheese; they had fifty different sorts in Ebou Dar, all good. From Wordnik.com. [A Crown of Swords]
Oddly enough, he'd found that the sharp-tasting liquid was actually effective against stomachaches and bad breath. From Wordnik.com. [Kendermore]
I see why: I thought the gunpowder tea was pretty sharp-tasting, considering that it's green tea, but Moroccan Mint is a great favorite of mine, and much more pleasant. From Wordnik.com. [March 2004] Reference
Taste and adjust seasoning to make a tangy, sharp-tasting marinade. From Wordnik.com. Reference
The quality of the tomatoes can vary greatly from brand to brand, from being not very red and sharp-tasting to being richly red and full of flavour. From Wordnik.com. [canada.com Top Stories] Reference
Tertiary fevers are cured by bleeding, by rhubarb or by a similar drawing remedy, or by water soaked in the roots of plants, with purgative and sharp-tasting qualities. From Wordnik.com. [The City of the Sun] Reference
I like to think it was: great buttery rounds of blue-veined cheese, crumbly, sharp-tasting, fresh-scented, inside a pitted crust; what ought to be the finest food still produced in this country and nowhere else. From Wordnik.com. [The Guardian World News] Reference
A touch of sentiment to their choice -- a rather bitter sharp-tasting sentiment like an aperitif. From Wordnik.com. [The Dark House] Reference
With a delicate, silky texture and deep green color, they’re less sharp-tasting, which brings out the flavor of the shrimp. From Wordnik.com. [Rats!] Reference
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