collard


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variety of kale having smooth leaves

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We can overlay our own model of the casting with the original model and see very clearly whether we are right on target, going toward the plus side of nominal, or running shy of material," said Bill Collard, manager of metalcasting engineering at Grede-Iron Mountain.
Fried chicken, black-eyed peas, collard greens, wonderful coconut cake.
In their paper, "The Great Inflation of the 1970s," Collard and Dellas evaluate three alternative explanations of the loose policy of the 1970s:
The evening begins with an introduction by Collard herself, then morphs into a dramatization by three actors.
To serve, arrange some collard greens in the center of a plate and set a shad roe lobe on top.
En la joven victima --ayudada por la lectura de Justine-- le despiertan los sentidos y los apetitos que su patetico marido no la pueden satisfacer, ella conquista --casi viola-- al joven arquitecto encargado de poner a punto la pretenciosa mansion del viejo Collard.
2 pounds collard greens, washed and drained 2 cups water 3 tablespoons bacon drippings or olive oil 1 small onion, thinly sliced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/8 teaspoon crushed red pepper 2 to 3 teaspoons sugar 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
Tom's technique, which he uses for all collards, is to cut off the thick stem from the bottom of the collard leaves, roll the leaves up lengthwise, and chiffonade the rolls into 1/2-inch strips.
The Team Dynamics driver was second for the majority of the race before passing the BMW of West Surrey Racing's Rob Collard on the final lap.
Judge Richard Twomlow jailed Davies for 10 months and made him the subject of a restraining order, until further order, not to contact Nicola Collard directly or indirectly, and not to go to Heol Bryn Man.
The word Nyungar is commonly accepted as meaning 'person' or 'people' (Mountford and Collard 2000).
But last night Mr Collard insisted he would fight on, declaring: "We are not going away.
Mr Collard sustained multiple injuries in the smash and was rushed to Heartlands Hospital by ambulance, but was pronounced dead shortly afterwards.