Place the pan over medium heat until the butter melts and the mixture begins to boil.
Add the beaten egg and pulse until the mixture comes together in a soft dough.
In a mortar (for pounding), crush garlic cloves and sprinkle with salt, add olive oil and stock to the mixture and keep pounding.
Pour the mixture into a small saucepan, and heat on medium-low until warm.
“This is very real, this mixture of speed and accuracy,” Sacks said.
If we ask why, the answer is that there was a mixture of motives.
Season the mixture with salt and pepper and fill the shells with it.
I really don't know what made me begin to cry; it was a mixture.'
Separate the eggs, beat the yolks, and add them to the mixture.
Mr (since Sir Daniel) Morris had shown that the plants could be cleansed by dusting them with a mixture of sulphur and lime.
mixture mix·ture (mĭks'chər)
A composition of two or more substances that are not chemically combined with each other and are capable of being separated.
A preparation consisting of a liquid holding an insoluble medicinal substance in suspension by means of some viscid material.