cruet


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bottle that holds wine or oil or vinegar for the table

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Last will be the breadbox, a silver container hardly bigger than the palm of an adult hand, which Frances will arrange between the cruets. Except that Frances refuses to call it the breadbox.
DeWeese exhibited a range of work at Akar, including cups, saucers, platters, cruets and bowls.
Cruet is a journalism major and current opinion editor of student newspaper The Nevada Sagebrush.
As cruet as it may sound, the astronauts would probably best use their remaining time living and working on Mars, rather than dying at home.
Hidden Valley cruet, inside it something impossibly white, something
MORE like an artwork than a cruet set, with these salt and pepper shakers laid upon your table, chances are guests will still ask for the salt and pepper.
Zack Linus Cruet Set - pounds 35.95 from www.proleno.com With this set laid upon your table, guests are guaranteed to still ask for the shakers, unaware that inside these sleek aluminium tubes their seasoning awaits.
I get angry with the cruet, incompetent worker and with their employer for letting the abuse of their residents happen.
Toss a nasturtium, a hibiscus, marigold or a dandelion into the cruet for added flavor and color.
Kitchen and cooking - Aluminium foil' biscuit tin' bottle opener' bread bin' breadboard/ knife' butter dish' can opener' cafetiere/ coffee maker' clingfilm/ food bags' colander' corkscrew' crockery (melamine)' cruet set' cutlery' dish mop/ brush/ scourer' egg cups' food ands drink' glasses/tumblers (melamine)' grater' grill pan' kettle' knives/tools' paper rolls' matches/lighter' measuring jug' milk container' microwave' mixing bowl' rubbish bags' salad shaker/ bowl' saucepans' scissors' seal top containers' sieve' tea cloths' tea pot' tea strainer' tray' vacuum flask' wash bowl' washing up liquid' whisk.
The boy, cradling a trussed melon, leans forward with a glass cruet containing oil, wine, or some other liquid.
Hallmarked silver cruet frames provide essential clues about the notoriously problematic dating of eighteenth-century cut glass, as Andy McConnell explains in the second part of his revisionary study of the earliest datable examples.
1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil Juice of 1/2 lemon 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar 2-3 Tablespoons grainy mustard, to taste 1 clove garlic, crushed, optional 1/2 teaspoon dried dill 1/4 teaspoon dried oregano 1/4 teaspoon dill 1/4 teaspoon basil Freshly ground block pepper to taste Combine all the ingredients in a tightly lidded cruet or bottle and shake well.
At such moments, when the clod at the altar forgot to ring the bells, or brought the wrong cruet, or knelt there like a stone when he should have been liquiding around the altar in a flutter of surplice sleeves, I closed my eyes in shame and in memory, for my rookie year was a litany of errors too long to list, and my graduation from rookie to veteran was a source of great pride to me.