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The first six were the most dangerous threat to livestock because the main frame was made up of a circular piece of thickish wire, to which the paper canopy was attached, and the candle wick was held by a crisscross of thinner wire," said Mr Owen.
He said the man looked Pakistani but he had a baseball cap on and a thickish coat' Maybe he might have had something concealed under there, I don't know, but it looked out of place in the weather we've been having Other passengers were distraught, he added.
With the processor still running, add the extra virgin olive oil until you reach the desired consistency (a thickish but still runny sauce).
You'll get a couple of those little, thickish, premises-made corn tortillas and a small bowl of a creamy, spicy mixture of chopped onions, poblano chiles and black beans that you can stuff into the tortillas.
95) was exactly what it said on the tin - a wad of melting cheese in a parcel made of thickish, rather greasy slices of aubergine.
About half an hour after breakfast dishes were removed, mother comes in with two plates of compulsive sandwiches and a bowl of cucumber nicely peeled and cut into thickish slices.
Add the stock and cream and boil until thickish (10 mins), add the parsley and a few drops of lemon juice.
He's robust, he's a thickish boy, he can carry ball and also has a very good pass off both hands.
Place all ingredients in a blender and whizz to a thickish paste.
Slice one of the onions into 6 thickish slices, and reserve.
Stir in 4oz of soft dark brown sugar followed by a carton of whipping cream until it all comes together to form a smooth thickish toffee sauce and leave to cool.
Chicken yakitori ($7), the chicken pieces tender, moist, flavored with tamari, a thickish soy sauce, and cleverly skewered on chopsticks that can be used after the chicken is removed, arrives paired with crunchy julienned daikon radish.
Armed with confidence and a thickish wedge I snapped up all the early 11-4 and watched it being gambled down to 2-1 favourite.
Put as many basil leaves as you can spare into a blender or food processors, crushing in a couple of cloves of garlic, add two or three tablespoons of freshly-grated parmesan or pecorino cheese, some black pepper and a little salt, set the blender running and drizzle in sufficient extra virgin olive oil to make a thickish paste.
Fulham manager Ray Wilkins and Chief Operating Officer (whatever that is) Keegan face other problems described almost sinisterly by Margate groundsman Ray Baker: "Our team like the grass thickish and Fulham won't be used to that.