In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- To know if your chestnuts are ready to roast, give them the squeeze test: If there's a slight give between the outer shell and inside nut, it's ready.
- We have toffee apples, gingerbread men, roast chestnuts and all manner of pumpkin dishes created by Chef.
- Stalls selling hot roast chestnuts, doughnuts and other treats will be set up in the town centre from 11 am, and carol singers will add some extra cheer.
- Some authors have suggested that their flavour and texture are comparable with those of the chestnut or cashew nut.
- Almost equally invigorating is a poached chicken, sliced into strips atop a mound of basmati rice but bathed in a potion of tarragon and chestnuts.
- If chestnuts roasting by an open fire isn't your scene, then an enterprising Yorkshire hotel has the perfect solution.
- And I can't really tell you how it was made, as I spent the entire recipe-making time chopping walnuts and chestnuts, sneaking teeny bits in every now and then.
- The town centre market would consist of around ten stands or huts selling roast chestnuts, for example, Cumbrian punch, traditional sausages and pancakes.
- There will be amusements for children, plus hot food and roasted chestnuts.
- Someone could have been selling hot potatoes, roast chestnuts and hot drinks.
- Roast the chestnuts in a moderate oven for about 15 minutes, until the shells burst, then cool and peel.
- Why don't they sell roasted chestnuts anymore, I wonder?
- A roast chestnut crusted salmon circle was perfectly cooked, tasty and fresh.
- Dark nights, cold days, scarves and gloves, hot roasted chestnuts (at least, their aroma) and a fresh fall of snow, were all essential ingredients of a perfect Christmas.
- There will be hot roasted chestnuts and other nosh from Christmas past, as well as traditional ornament-making.
- Nowadays, most chestnuts are roasted by machines for convenience, so roasting chestnuts manually has become a dying folk craft.
- The couple's winter wedding will feature carol singers and roasted chestnuts, while the bride wants to arrive in a traditional horse and carriage.
- After the goat, we eat chestnuts roasted on a boxy iron stove.
- Does she dream nostalgically of the crowds and crush of Christmas shopping in Coney Street, or roasting her chestnuts on a three-bar electric fire?
- We boiled the Christmas pudding in the old copper and we split and roasted chestnuts on the fire.
1.3feminine castaña de Indiasmasculine castaño de Indias
- As she got nearer she saw him shaded from the sun by the leaves of the chestnut tree.
- I just noticed the chestnut tree in our front yard was dying and wondered why.
- With the coming of the spring-time I yearned only to sit under my favorite chestnut tree for a spell.
- Greece originally introduced the chestnut tree to the rest of the European community.
- One damaged chestnut tree and five mature conifers had to be removed.
1.4(old story)an old chestnut — una historia muy vieja / pasada
3(horse)caballo castaño masculinecaballo zaino masculine
1(horse) castaño(horse) zaino(hair) castaño
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