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Synonyms for filbert

small nut-bearing tree much grown in Europe

nut of any of several trees of the genus Corylus

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Klein declined to speculate how high prices might soar, but he said prices for growers already were at record levels last year and "demand for hazel nuts is hot.
GIRLS used to put one hazel nut along the front of the firegrate to represent each of their suitors, then chant: "If you love me, pop and fly.
Just before you reach a gateway, go right up another track set to the right of Hazel Nut Wood.
Bloomfield prepared a Marion Berry and Hazel Nut Crusted Cedar Plank Salmon.
Feeling seasonally sympathetic towards the red-nosed one, we declined, and went instead for a less guilty hazel nut & cashe wroast, stuffed with mature cheddar on a bed of vegetable ragout (pounds 8.
Each Sanders shop, one located at 17043 Kercheval in Grosse Pointe and one in the Livonia Mall at Seven Mile and Middlebelt, is featuring a variety of The Coffee Beanery's packaged, whole-bean coffees including such favorites as Hazel Nut, Irish Cream and Vanilla Nut Cream.
We're thrilled that our world class coffees - our unique blends and flavors such as Coral Mountain, Chocolate Raspberry Truffle and Hazel Nut - will now be part of the Turkish coffee experience.
Included in this range are Pearl sugars for decoration, sugar nibs, Deco nibs in cinnamon and hazel nut varieties, Deco sugars and powders, and a plethora of granulated sugars.
We're thrilled that our world class coffees -- our unique blends and flavors such as Coral Mountain, Chocolate Raspberry Truffle and Hazel Nut -- will now be part of the Turkish coffee experience.
If anyone picks up hazel nut shells they can bring them to the trust office in Lion House, Bethel Square, Brecon, to have them checked over for evidence of dormice.
The Thompson book contains this unusual recipe for making starch: "It is a very good plan when making starch to mix with the starch a lump of sugar, and a piece of butter about the size of a hazel nut.
Reds' main foods are conifer seeds, hazel nuts, tree flowers and shoots, mushrooms and fungi.
The conker is the seed of the horse chestnut tree, introduced to Britain from Eastern Europe in the late 16th century The game of conkers is unique to Britain - before conker trees the game was played with hazel nuts or sea shells The world record conker won 5000 bouts In the 1993 World Conker Championships ex-Python Michael Palin was disqualified for hardening his conker with vinegar The first recorded game was in 1848 If a conker floats it has interior damage - use only sinkers for the game The name conker comes either from the French cogner, meaning to hit, or the Latin conccha, meaning shell Only horses, deer and cattle can eat them
You can buy organically raised beef, poultry and pork, or delicious cheeses, hazel nuts and oysters by mail order.
Quite a few of us went along and you could see some preserved hazel nuts.