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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Then I found an earthenware demijohn with a bit of disintegrated cork in it and two bottles.
When the initial fermentation has settled down, fit an airlock and leave the demijohn somewhere cool for several weeks.
99 FOR SIX, SCENTED CANDLE SHOP DEMIJOHN GLASS CONTAINER, PS7, WILKINSON'S VASE, PS12, DEBENHAMS METRO BASIN SET, PS199, BATHSTORE WATERCOLOUR HYDRANGEA BLOOM GLASS BOWL, PS3.
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.
There will be over 30 free masterclasses and demonstrations by chefs including Phil Leverington and forager Angus Ferguson, founder of Scotland's award-winning liquid deli Demijohn.
I always make time for some shopping while working at the show, and the stalls I plan to visit include British Fine Foods, Gower Cottage Brownies, The Fudge Kitchen, Cooking Marvellous and Demijohn.
The title of Independent/ Small Multiple Retailer of the Year went to Demijohn, the UK's first "liquid deli", who have shops in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
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.