demijohn


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demijohn

a large bottle with a short narrow neck, often with small handles at the neck and encased in wickerwork
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My grandson, who is four feet tall Was viewing artefacts around a wall His curiosity was stirred, when he A ship, in a bottle did see How do they do that he asked Why don't you give it some thought, I tasked I'm going down your garage granddad I was duly informed by the lad To give some thought to the curiosity I had Because thinking about it is driving me mad The time came to put away my car I opened the garage and on the floor was a demijohn Jar From within, I heard a shout My predicament now, "HOW TO GET HIM OUT" Frank Harrison Coundon, Coventry
The share of "others" went down from 40% in 2010 following a government announcement about the unhygienic nature of demijohn bottles.
Her proud mother Leigh - Allen's daughter - said the wine buff had been cleaning a demijohn bottle when it broke in his hands at his home in Blaina, South Wales.
But for a fruity hint to any normal style of beer, boil or stew your fruit and add it your bucket or demijohn before you add your yeast.
After a short hesitation, Kotte decided to help, and even the trackers did it on condition that we pour water seven times on their hands (from the village water hole, of which we always had a demijohn full carried with us).
Upon arrival he purchased a lot and began to construct a log cabin on it, but soon learned that the demijohn of mass wine shipped to him from Holy Cross had broken en route.
After Laura locked the door of the cellar, she took him behind the only demijohn of yellow thunder.
Somewhere in the cellar, she had a demijohn with apple brandy buried up to and over the neck of the bottle--she had received this from her father as a wedding present and she had to empty it completely before he would refill it with new apple brandy for his daughter.
Washing down the lamb and bread and stuffed tomatoes and peppers with retsina, not store-bought but Dimitri's homemade, with the broom and horsehair seal plugging the demijohn.
5 kg of sugar A generous chunk of lemon peel or orange peel A small piece of cinnamon stick and/or 3-4 cloves 3-4 roasted coffee beans Add the nuts to a demijohn containing the grappa and the spices, which ideally should be in a small linen bag for easier filtering.
It was the third day of Easter when I, my parents and my four-year old sister went to our godparent's house bearing gifts: 30 Easter eggs, dyed with onion skins, 3 large egg-washed loaves of bread, sausages and ham, 2 round and golden cakes baked in special pans, 1 litre of Tesco wine, a demijohn of red wine, all home-made by my father from our vines on the Folea Hill and obviously a living hen, one of the largest in our back-yard.