brandy snifter

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a globular glass with a small top

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Serve in a brandy snifter. Yields 1 serving Glory Foods Sweet Potato Corn Muffins 1 29-ounce can Glory Foods Sweet Potatoes, drained 3 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1 large egg 1 tablespoon vanilla extract 1 16-ounce Glory Foods corn muffin mix 3/4 cup milk Heat oven to 350 degrees.
Toy soldiers square off amid a red-painted landscape of rubber boots; fantasy action figures wallow at the bottom of an oversize brandy snifter; a traveler parks his camper in a bed of sunflower seeds.
"What we have done is created an assortment that includes six wine sizes, plus a champagne flute, martini and brandy snifter. The design is very classic and fundamental, plus it is quality crystal with an exceptional degree of clarity.
We tried this beta version, served in a large brandy snifter. Val said it's bound for the dessert drink menu, and it should be.
Fort Hill prom adviser Roni Ringler, a journalism and criminal justice teacher, said glassware has been a prom staple for decades, She got a 24-ounce brandy snifter keepsake at her prom in Butler, Pa., in 1963, she said.
Our room wasn't ready when we arrived, so we went to the bar, where the bartender peeled a peach and put it in a brandy snifter and covered it with champagne--that sort of set the tone for the trip.
This collection features such items as a brandy snifter which doubles as a hurricane lamp.
Occasionally we get a glimpse of Neuhaus and his cronies, cigars and brandy snifters in hand, reacting with "blind rage" to this or that liberal deprecation.
The actors wore finely-cut dinner jackets and carried huge brandy snifters. However, the simple set--just a wall of windows with a few columns and ladders, which functioned mostly as a kind of background to their interactions--looked rather dingy, its edges worn, its columns crumbling slightly.