crusted crusted  /ˈkrə stɪd/


  • (adj) having a hardened crust as a covering



  1. In Turkey, a wealthy American tourist, recoiling from the native bread, which was flat as a bathmat, was overjoyed at the sight of crisp, crusted, American-style loaves.
  2. Damien Hirst's diamond-crusted skull, Jeff Koons' big mirror-steel bling things, Richard Prince's slutty-nurse paintings: they were all the swaggering output of a boom time.


  1. Vladimir Putin Says 'Nyet' to New England Patriots Super Bowl Ring Theft Claim

    Vladimir Putin’s opponents often brand him a “thief” at street protests. Now the Kremlin is dismissing an American football team owner’s account of how the Russian president ended up with his diamond-encrusted Super Bowl ring when they met eight years ago. Click here for the rest of the article...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: The Forward

  2. Sushi and sake, served with a side of humor

    Jeanne McGovern/The Aspen Times Chef Ming Tsai cooks panko-crusted chicken during his "Sushi Rolling Party" seminar Friday at the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The Aspen Times

  3. Frugal Family Feast: Potato-Crusted Fish Dinner

    Breaded fish sometimes needs a fresh twist. This week’s Frugal Family Feast fits the bill, with a delectable potato-crusted fish dinner cooked in silky herb butter. Chef Rey De La Osa, resident chef at ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Money Talks News via Yahoo! Finance


  1. "Sam made a chicken crusted with, I kid you not, Cap'n Crunch," says Odom. "Best thing you ever ate in your life."
    on May 13, 2008 By: Lamar Odom Source:

  2. "I love the T-bone with a crusted blue-cheese rub," Seacrest says.
    on Jun 2, 2005 By: Ryan Seacrest Source: USA Today

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