Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Casual lunch menus start with a chilled cooler in a shot glass (watermelon and mint, perhaps, or strawberry and ginger) and an amuse-bouche (salt and pepper prawns or a "lolo bun" with smoked coral trout and tomato salsa are signature options), with a choice of mains and desserts.
Plant technology began to be turned to the problem of directly chilling rooms and containers, to replace the need to carry ice at all.
In the end, as with the hogs, the finished beef was run into the chilling room, to hang its appointed time.
In still other places men were engaged in cutting up the carcasses that had been through the chilling rooms.
-than she'd been in a dozen other wooden exchanges they'd endured in one chilling room or another.
Facilities: The main building houses the offices, library, laboratories, growth cabinets, greenhouses, chilling rooms, a spray chamber and the postharvest quality laboratory.
This scary abode set in Gloomy Wood is the size of a football stadium and combines Ghostbusters style humour with spine chilling rooms.
There were those who worked in the chilling rooms, and whose special disease was rheumatism; the time limit that a man could work in the chilling rooms was said to be five years.
The two women are sunk deep in donated floral couches in "the chilling room," a spacious area where people hang out between meetings in a building that is also the home of the Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence.
It took a couple of hours to get them out of the way, and in the end Jurgis saw them go into the chilling rooms with the rest of the meat, being carefully scattered here and there so that they could not be identified.
Dracula Experience The Dracula story – partly set in Whitby – told by chilling room sets and special effects (and occasionally a live actor) in a property once owned by Sir Isaac Newton (9 Marine Parade; www.draculaexperience.co.uk).
At the end of this hog's progress every inch of the carcass had been gone over several times; and then it was rolled into the chilling room, where it stayed for twenty-four hours, and where a stranger might lose himself in a forest of freezing hogs.
The men had left a long line of hogs in various stages of preparation, and the foreman was directing the feeble efforts of a score or two of clerks and stenographers and office boys to finish up the job and get them into the chilling rooms.
She was in his arms, on the couch, before her father had yawned and coughed up the stairs; she was in his arms, limp, unreasoning, at midnight; after a long stillness in the chilling room, she sat up hastily at two, and fingered her rumpled hair.
I wrote 18 years ago that his Champany Inn near Linlithgow, west of Edinburgh, served the best steaks in Europe, and it still does - thick, Texas-size, char-grilled and juice-glazed, cut from sides of Angus beef hung on the bone for three weeks in ionized chilling rooms.
She was shut up in one of the rooms where the people seldom saw the daylight; beneath her were the chilling rooms, where the meat was frozen, and above her were the cooking rooms; and so she stood on an ice-cold floor, while her head was often so hot that she could scarcely breathe.