So into the mincer
again, then we add mature Cheddar, grated Granny Smith, rhubarb and substitute half the water with red wine.
They look like you took a hot barbecue briquette and threw it into snow," Nature quoted Mincer
, as saying.
ZENA SAYS: Moulinex still make a mincer
but the 2009 version also has biscuit-maker, sausage-filler and vegetable-cutter attachments - and when we tested mincers
last year it came out tops.
In many ways the marathon is a beautiful thing and wonderfully democratic too, because everyone who sets off, whoever they are, knows that they will all be going through the mincer
The 31-year-old Derry man - who's believed to have lost several fingers - was rushed to Altnagelvin hospital in agony after mangling his hand in a meat mincer
Not only do the likes of Cracknell, Pinsent and the rest of the British Olympic hopefuls put themselves through the mincer
, but Joe Public can have a chance to try out against the best.
FAMILY firms put through the mincer
by businessman Gerry Robinson in BBC2 series I'll Show Them Who's Boss may have found the experience pretty unpleasant, but those who took his advice are prospering.
There's nothing locked down,'' said spokesman Marty Mincer
Hashimoto (1982) and Leighton and Mincer
(1981) suggest that, since human capital models predict workers will pay for at least part of any on-the-job training through reductions in wages, a binding minimum wage will reduce training opportunities.
Edward Lazear, chairman of the President's Council of Economic Advisers and a Hoover senior fellow on leave, is the recipient of the 2006 Society of Labor Economists' Jacob Mincer
Prize honoring lifetime achievements in the field of labor economics.
Tenders are invited for Extension Of Dates For The Tender For Meat Mincer
For Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi Till 21.
Barry Berlin, prosecuting for Birmingham City Council, said the small supermarket, which employed three to four people and sold fresh and packaged products, kept the mincer
in the meat room.
The team--Erik Zettler from Sea Education Association (SEA), Tracy Mincer
from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), and Linda Amaral-Zettler from the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), all in Woods Hole, Mass.
There were also meat cleavers, knives, wooden chopping blocks, a commercial sausage-making machine, a commercial mincer
and weighing scales.
How frustrating for our farmers to have to abide by so much regulation to ensure the traceability of their animals, just to see the whole system put in a mincer
by the processing industry.