One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Unless the recipe says so, bake cookies on an ungreased or unbuttered baking sheet.’
- ‘A large heavy roller is inked and then rolled onto the plate which has been sponged with water to keep the ungreased surfaces free of ink.’
- ‘Place your almonds in a heavy, ungreased skillet.’
- ‘Place the cookies 1-inch apart on an ungreased baking sheet.’
- ‘Shape into one-inch balls and bake on ungreased cookie sheets.’
- ‘The tortillas are then cooked on a hot, ungreased griddle.’
- ‘Heat a tortilla in an ungreased skillet until warm and soft.’
- ‘Crimp the edge with a fork and transfer to an ungreased baking sheet, preferably nonstick.’
- ‘Place on an ungreased cookie sheet, and decorate with colored crystals.’
- ‘Place the balls one inch apart on an ungreased baking sheet, pressing down on them slightly with your finger tips.’
- ‘She imagined the noises accompanying the cloud: whip-cracks, roars of drivers, howls of crushed persons, the whistling shriek of ungreased axles, the hiccuping bray of terrified mules.’
- ‘Using a small cookie-cutter, cut out rounds and place on an ungreased baking-tray.’
- ‘Bake on an ungreased baking sheet at 350 for 15-20 minutes.’
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