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Synonyms for caviare

salted roe of sturgeon or other large fish


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Dale Williams, a director at Cardiff recruitment firm Yolk, impressed the 12 critics with his dover sole and caviare, pork fillet and chocolate truffle cake.
And he certainly rose to the occasion, impressing the 12 critics with his dover sole and caviare, pork fillet and chocolate truffle cake.
15) The phrase "twas caviare to the general' is spoken by Shakespeare's Hamlet in Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2.
Also included are mini hot Yorkshire puddings with Cheshire beef and onion gravy, warm pork pie served with local apple chutney and mini fish & chips with Manchester caviare.
The habit was to annoy the adult Aileen, who in a letter from England once reprimanded her mother gently: I wish you wouldn't be so "umble, as I've often told you--comparing your own letters to bread and those of Vance and Hell to creampuffs and caviare [sic].
After all, George didn't slap tax on caviare, did he?
Campbell saw superiority in himself for recognizing it [beauty], for formulating it; and he was not displeased to be aware that it would always remain caviare to the multitude" (63).
Although the six-cylinder engine still had a following the Bentley fans loved the S2 and those seeking caviare class driving in 1961 would have had to shell out pounds 5,944 - twice the price of a Daimler Majestic Major, but still cheaper than a Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II.
Slimy mollusc combined with salad leaf - hardly caviare and champagne, is it?
The store also stocks a dazzling array of exclusive speciality goods from fine wines to world cheese and caviare as well as a selection of sandwiches and snack foods to satisfy its on-the-go customers.
However, it will reach caviare status one day soon so spoil yourself while you can.
AFTER the caviare it was back to the bacon and eggs of the league for the cup heroes of Berwick.
Around the same time (1601-1606), William Shakespeare had Hamlet say that a certain theatrical performance "pleased not the million; 'twas caviare to the general.
Give them a morsel of caviare and they demand a bucketful.