cold cellar

cold cellar

Part of a cellar where root crops are stored during the winter at cold, but above-freezing, temperatures.
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And then I went downstairs into our lovely cold cellar to cool down.
At his estate, which he had so recently purchased with the gifts of corrupt admirers, he put the bird's swollen corpse down in his cold cellar and went happily to bed.
Over the last year, the couple has been constructing the production building which will house their wine-making and bottling equipment, a small tasting area, a kitchen/laboratory area, and a cold cellar for storage.
One story demonstrates how two inmates, Elizabeth Velora Elwell and Albert Green Jackson, wrote letters to each other and had secret meetings in a cold cellar while both were prisoners at Eastern State in 1862.
But his wine picked between September 21 and the first week of October (late by recent standards, if not by those of previous generations) is so appealing that I can't imagine that anyone will leave it lingering, unloved, in a cold cellar for more than a few years.
And in my head I carried the horrific vision of mum, bloodied, battered and dumped in a cold cellar.
In this case, having a large cold cellar is a must.
If you are lucky enough to be given this spectacular bird fresh from the hills in full plumage, then the hanging time in a cold cellar should be around four to six days.
These include a faint figure spotted in an upstairs window and strange shadows darting across the cold cellar.
Fresh birds are hung feet downwards in a cold cellar and allowed to develop a more gamey taste.
Leave them until the soil has frozen, then put them in a shed or cold cellar until wanted for forcing.
Many rural folks had their own small orchard and kept apples in a cold cellar under the house.