In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In this part of the country, fryers have squeezed roasters out of existence in food markets.
- They are dual-purpose birds that lay eggs well and produce good roasters reasonably fast.
- The roasters didn't have that weird yellow color like many commercial chickens.
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- A reverberating furnace with two hearths heated a roaster to 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit to calcine the ore.
- The roaster has since been moved to another location, and in its place is a welcoming fireplace, giving the shop a cozy, living room-like feel.
- The two of them took the heavy iron roaster from the oven and set it on the metal rack protecting the counter top.
- An antique peanut roaster that he'd bought for $250, and that failed to sell at the mall or at local auction, went for $2,950 at an online auction house.
- Seasonal Sardinian and Sicilian chestnut roasters were busy in the square, and we had time to reflect on the long journey.
- On the deck was a large picnic table, and just before the deck was a spot for a campfire and a pig roaster and grill.
- Women sell everything from tomatoes, chillies and betel to clay coffee roasters and straw sleeping mats.
- Such improvements allow them to sell the beans directly to Equal Exchange at full price, rather than outsourcing to a middleman with a roaster or mill.
- High-grade ore is still refined in roasters and mills, but the low-grade stuff goes into leach heaps, huge hills of pulverized ore mounded atop plastic liners.
- She takes them and dumps them unceremoniously into the roaster, seasons the meat and puts the lid on.
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