There are also jugs of differently coloured gloop .
And when we got to Mauritius, there had been a storm and the sea at St Géran was this thick gloop .
The pea purée was a congealed, dry mound of inedible gloop .
Family comedies, by their very nature, usually come beset with some sort of unsubtle message, a fair amount of gloop , and one or two precocious kids.
All too often we serve up great wodges of congealed gloop , which even the feeble apology ‘But it's meant to be sticky rice’ fails to excuse.
In it he almost obliterates the sky in a frenzy of thick white paint and the sea in a swirling foreground of creamy, hot-chocolate gloop .
They tasted bland and their dressing was an unappetising grey gloop .
The purée of carrots and celery was an almost unpalatable watery gloop , which ended up pushed to the side of the table.
Consequently, the first foods to pass Oscar's lips (when they didn't stick to his face, hair and fingers) were not baby rice, rusks and gloop out of a jar.
the chicken tikka masala would arrive in a thick liquid gloop