(1) The guide explained they add rennet, an enzyme from the stomach of calves, which causes the milk to curdle .(2) If that wasn't enough to curdle any milk, the five selected finalists were then required to prepare a gourmet luncheon for 100 assembled guests from the media and restaurant industries.(3) take care not to let the soup boil or it will curdle(4) She must curdle the milk, make Macbeth abjure his good qualities, if he is to act as she wishes.(5) When does this journalistic milk begin to curdle ?(6) There are records of cheesemakers is the Scottish Highlanders, Cheshire and Gloucestershire using Lady's Bedstraw to curdle milk and colour their cheese.(7) His growl is impressively rabid, and his bark could curdle a bowl of milk at 20 paces.(8) She also had a temper that could strip paint and curdle milk, but her humour made up for that.(9) One of my earliest memories is looking down through a bay of picture windows at the Tillamook factory and watching milk curdle on the way to becoming cheese.(10) If the tub can be left for a decent period of time in direct sunlight, so the cream begins to separate and curdle , all the better.(11) The count, who inspired the invention of the character in Bram Stoker's page-turning blood- curdler , allegedly had a fondness for drinking his victims├ö├ç├û blood.(12) Some evidence suggests that Spanish cheesemakers historically used the extract of dried cardoon flowers as a milk curdling agent, but its more common use has always been as a vegetable.(13) His book appeared in 1973, when hair was still worn long and flares flapped around the ankles, but the summer-of-love optimism of six years earlier had curdled and turned sour.(14) Milk in cheese production is curdled using chymosin - an enzyme present in rennet, found in calves' stomachs.(15) The squawk box or sound curdler uses two loudspeakers of 350 watt output to emit two slightly different frequencies which combine in the ear to produce a shrill shrieking noise.(16) Tofu is a popular soya bean product, made by grinding, boiling and draining the soya beans, and curdling their milk to form a solid.