Navarino

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Navarino

1. the Italian name for Pylos
2. a sea battle (Oct. 20, 1827) in which the defeat of the Turkish-Egyptian fleet by a combined British, French, and Russian fleet decided Greek independence
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Scattered sightings along the southern margin of the pack ice from approximately Cape Navarin, Siberia [near lat.
They bailed out not many miles from their home base at Navarin, Algeria, and soon made their way home.
Then there's lamb navarin made with chunky whole chantenay carrots; lamb a la Greque with diced Middlemay meat in a spicy nutmeg sauce topped with poached apricots, and a dish Carron has developed herself, Clun stew, consisting of slow cooked mutton, root vegetables and pearl barley and lentils to form a hearty casserole-type dish.
There were also sales in the remote Navarin Basin in the Bering Sea, about 250 miles from the Alaska coast, where Amoco drilled five wells, Exxon drilled two and Arco drilled one.
Today's dish, navarin of lamb, is a French lamb stew.
Here is their pounds 28 dinner menu: Starters Watercress Soup Smoked Salmon Terrine, Cucumber Salad, Horseradish Cream Spiced Aubergine Salad with Buffalo Mozzarella Oriental Duck Salad Claremont Farm Asparagus with Balsamic Dressing and Parmesan Mains Rib- eye Steak of Welsh Black Beef " au poivre", served with chips and green salad or gratin Dauphinois and seasonal vegetables Label Anglais Chicken Leg, Potato Pancake, Wild Mushrooms, Tarragon Cream Sauce Navarin of New Season Spring Lamb with Peas and Broad Beans Sauted Lambs Kidneys with Lentils, Mustard Sauce Wild Bass with Laverbread Desserts Nougat Glac Tiramisu Chocolate Cheesecake Prune and Almond Tart Ice Creams and Sorbets British Farm House Cheese Other set menus vary from pounds 38 to pounds 45 per person
Posh stews like navarin of lamb and beef carbonnade were introduced to NHS canteens by TV presenter Loyd Grossman.
A navigation log of the first voyage indicates that the explorers observed Steller sea lions near Navarin Cape (Fig.
In an embarrassing climb-down at Blackburn Royal Infirmary, Grossman's Smoked Haddock Shantle became `crispy coated fish' while Navarin of Lamb is now `meat stewed in gravy'.
The pounds 40million programme, adopted by more than 600 hospitals so far, features 43 dishes such as Navarin of lamb and beef and horseradish risotto.