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muddler

A small instrument similar in shape and purpose to a pestle used to gently press and crush ingredients in a cocktail in order to release and mix their flavors. Gently roll the muddler against the mint leaves to give the julep its distinct flavor.

muddler

n. liquor. I’ve had a little too much muddler, I think. Anyway, I’m muddled.
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We ordered drinks of Old Mout cider and the house cocktail Muddler Spritz in the meantime.
This year's oral auction will feature guided fishing trips, art work and several "fly plates." One of those will be a 20th anniversary NW Fly Tyers & Fly Fishing Expo poster, around which muddler minnow flies crafted by Nelson and several other participating tyers will be mounted.
Caption(s): William Bounds' Gourmet Muddler mashes strong flavors without absorbing them.
Then there are The Muddlers, who get into a tangle of debt and often face long-term problems.
As a Muddler admitted: |If, over time, a certain activity becomes known as acceptable behaviour to the House, then it is acceptable.' A different kind of socialization process thus usurps the intended one: even MPs who attempt to adhere to the informal standards learn not what is expected of them but that if others are doing it, it must be legitimate.
In the run-up to Christmas, The Muddler - which is a one-room restaurant, with the kitchens upstairs and toilets downstairs - is out to make the most of its prime location with the help of an imaginative food menu and a selection of cocktails which customers won't find anywhere else.
Danieli has taken on the site of former sushi restaurant Osaka, where up to 20 new jobs will be created when The Muddler opens in December.
One angler enjoyed a huge amount of sport stripping a muddler very quickly across the surface while fishing from the boat - but generally the fish were around two to four feet down.
Patterns: Black Buzzer, Black and Peacock Spider, Black Muddler, Hopper, Daddy Long Legs.
LIVING PROOF: The portly Muddler fly that caught my first sewin of the 2010 sewin season EARLY BIRDS: The boats setting off for a day's fishing on the Loch of Inchmahome in Scotland
The class costs $35 a person and includes two Mojitos--drink what you mix--along with a selection of appetizers, a take-home muddler and recipes.
Although your mojito recipe (July, page 57) called for a wooden spoon, I wanted a muddler. I called a Williams-Sonoma store, but all the muddlers were sold out and on back order.
A Muddler given to him by well-known angler Stan Headley helped Jim land the heaviest catch of the night and propelled him into the final of the Daily Record Champion of Champions.
We muddle the mint with ice to release the oil." Sam recommends using a good muddler (a small baseball bat-like bar tool).
The other way to tempt the trout is stripping a muddler pattern fly quickly across the surface.