Crust

Crust may refer to:

  • Crust (dermatology)
  • The Crust, television series

Physical sciences:

  • Crust (geology), at least continent-wide structure
  • Soil crust, local biology-sensitive structure

Food:

  • Crust, dense surface layer of bread
  • Crust, outer layer composed of pastry
  • Crust, bread foundation of pizza

Music:

  • Crust, musical style a.k.a. crust punk
  • Crust (band)
  • Crust (EP), by Sarc√≥fago
  • Crust (album), by Sadist

People:

  • Brian O'Conner, Paul Walker's character in The Fast and The Furious

Other articles related to "crust":

Continent-ocean Boundary - Techniques Used in Identification
... data and thereby crustal thickness Magnetic stripe data - Most areas of oceanic crust show characteristic stripes due to periodic magnetic reversals during ... The continental crust is by contrast typically magnetically quiet ... The two types of crust have distinct P-wave velocities ...
Loki Patera
... It contains an active lava lake, with an episodically overturning crust ... such as Loki Patera are depressions partially filled with molten lava covered by a thin solidified crust ... glowing molten rock along the patera margin, caused by the lake's crust breaking up along the edge of the patera ...
Scacciata
... a provolone cheese-filled pastry in a bread dough pie crust ... version is much more like a calzone and is a pizza dough crust folded over and filled with either spinach, broccoli, potatoes and onions, possibly sausage, and a small amount of tomato sauce draped over the ...
Aurelio's Pizza - Menu
... The chain's specialties are its Thin-crust pizza and "calabrese", also known by most as a calzone ... traditional Chicago deep dish, though they do offer a thick crust and stuffed crust on the menu ... The featured menu item at most Aurelio's locations is their #23 Super-Six thin crust pizza and spinach calabrese ...

Famous quotes containing the word crust:

    We shall be reduced to gnaw the very crust of the earth for nutriment.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Under the day’s crust a half-eaten child ...
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    All civilization has from time to time become a thin crust over a volcano of revolution.
    Havelock Ellis (1859–1939)