By CARL HULSE
Tasty: The Art and Science of What We Eat
約翰‧麥奎德 John McQuaid
House Democrats have initiated extensive voter contact programs to fortify their own candidates and simultaneously bolster Barack Obama in areas where he might struggle with blue-collar voters.
One day I grabbed some 99-cent Oscar Meyer sliced chicken breast, though, and served it with Ingleh offer horseradish mustard and some pumpernickel for a tasty $2.97 light meal, with leftovers. If I could make three sandwiches for what it usually costs me to buy half of one at a deli, then my investment was paying off at a rate of 600 percent. Sandwiches: the next stock market bubble.
INFORMAL FOR delicatessen
a small shop that sells high quality foods, such as types of cheese and cold cooked meat, which often come from other countries
━━ n.pl. 調理済み食品; ((単数扱い)) 同食料品店, デリカテッセン.
personal touch noun [C]
an original or special quality, or something that is done for every single person in a group in order to make them feel special:
The chairman of the bank believes in the personal touch and always sends a signed letter to each customer.
Cullinan's tasty offering adds a personal touch to classic recipe.
to strengthen something, especially in order to protect it:
a fortified town
They hurriedly fortified the village with barricades of carts, tree trunks and whatever came to hand.
The argument had fortified her resolve to prove she was right.
He fortified himself with a drink and a sandwich before driving on.
a fruit drink fortified with vitamin C (= with vitamin C added)
1 [C usually plural] strong walls, towers, etc. that are built to protect a place:
The fortifications of the castle were massive and impenetrable.
2 [U] the act of fortifying something