Nesselrode


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a rich frozen pudding made of chopped chestnuts and maraschino cherries and candied fruits and liqueur or rum

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Nesselrode said the $6,000 total was an estimate based on 0.
It is likely, from various references to the countess in Mein Leben, and from the story of her life as recounted by Constantin Photiades in La "Symphonie en blanc majeur": Marie Kalergis nee comtesse Nesselrode (1822-1874) (Paris: Plon, 1924), that Wagner was not a stranger to her bed.
Yet when later that year Count Nesselrode attempted to persuade Allied diplomats that Talleyrand supported the Bourbon Restoration "in his heart," they roared with laughter.
Mark Nesselrode, commanding officer of TACTRAGRULANT, and his staff for the opportunity to witness the strides the Navy is making in Strike Group training.
Pudding a la Nesselrode 40 chestnuts Water One pound of sugar One stick vanilla One pint double cream 12 egg yolks Three egg whites One glass Maraschino brandy One plateful whipped cream One ounce candied lemon peel, two ounces currants, two ounces raisins, all soaked overnight in Maraschino brandyTake 40 chestnuts and blanch in boiling water, pound them and add a few spoonfuls of syrup, and then press through a sieve.
By 1811, Tchernychev had been working with the Russian ambassador Prince Kurakin's assistant Karl von Nesselrode to assist enemies of Napoleon's regime.
They seem to have consulted archives around the world and most of the accounts written by the participants in the "Tournament of Shadows," a phrase attributed in the prologue to Count Nesselrode.
Judge Cynthia Nesselrode said submissions ranged from poetry to ``top 10 reasons in David Letterman format.
Metternich reviewed his early education in a letter to the Russian Foreign Minister Karl Robert Nesselrode in 1817.
In recounting his achievements to Foreign Minister Count Karl Robert Nesselrode several years after leaving the United States, Dashkov noted that he had enabled General Jean Victor Moreau, a defector from Napoleonic France then in the United States, to enter Russian service.
The peace of Adrianople--wrote the Russian Foreign Minister Nesselrode on February 12th, 1830--strenghtened Russia's supremacy in the Orient.
If not, Nesselrode argued, French intentions toward Russia could hardly be peaceful.
Mark Nesselrode, commanding officer of the Tactical Training Group Atlantic (TACTRAGRULANT) in Dam Neck, Va.
The Pole Adam Jerzy Czartoryski, the Baltic German Andrei Gotthard Budberg, the Greek Ioannis Antonios Kapodistrias, and the German Karl Robert Nesselrode served as Alexander I's foreign ministers.
The men who most influenced Alexander's foreign policy were Nesselrode, Czartoryski, Capodistrias, Pozzo di Borgo, and Christopher Lieven.