brisling


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Synonyms for brisling

small fatty European fish

small herring processed like a sardine

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1 lb prepared whole wheat pizza dough 1/2 tsp oregano 4 tsp olive oil 1 can (15 oz) tomato sauce, no salt added 8 oz part-skim mozzarella, shredded 4 oz sliced, fresh mushrooms 2 (3.75 oz) cans brisling sardines in water, drained 1 green bell pepper, cut into rings 1O cherry tomatoes, halved 2 Tbsp Parmesan cheese, grated 1.
The latest additions, all naturally rich in omega 3 oils, include sild, similar to a small herring and brisling, which has a lightly smoked flavour, along with a larger 190g can packed with mackerel fillets.
Estonia was brisling with confidence some two years ago when a series of events reminded the country how fragile freedom is.
And let's not forget Abigail Brisling, the child beauty queen at the center of "Little Miss Sunshine." She may not be fighting the Big One, but it's a battle nonetheless when you're a member of the kooky Hoover clan.
First, it addresses the question of nomenclature that will reappear under Cosimo: brisling at Dante's a nd Trissino's evasions, Machiavelli wants that which is Florentine to be called Florentine.
American and Canadian "sardines" are really little herring (Clupeus harengus), while sardines from Norway are sprats (Sprattus sprattus balticus), identified as "brisling sardines" because brisling is their Norwegian name.
Brisling, Richard W., and Tomoko Yoshida, editors 1994 Improving intercultural interactions.