Phinehas

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Phinehas

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Phinees

(both: fĭn`ēəs), in the Bible. 1 Grandson of Aaron. His prompt punishment of two flagrant sinners made his name a symbol of holy, zealous indignation. 2 One of Eli's sacrilegious sons: see HophniHophni
, in the Bible, son of Eli. With his brother he met death because of sacrileges.
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Roja Pinchos, on Berry Street, is a speciality Cava and gin joint which serves top-notch pinchos - or snacks - on skewers.
He won the first Spanish championship for Tapas and Pinchos with the best Mediterranean tapas; he was recognised by the Mallorcan Restaurant Business Association for his valuable contribution to Balearic cuisine; and his book Tapes i Broquetes de Mallorca was nominated for the World Cook Book Championship.
Or try Pinchos Bar and Grill, set right on the beach, for the perfect romantic meal.
I would start off snacking with friends on some pinchos, or tapas, al freso at home, followed by a casual evening at the buzzy Kurobuta on King's Road Chelsea - it fires out great food and cocktails.
The brand's existing range of four award winning fresh Dips are also going on-shelf into Waitrose and, in an expansion boom, its tapas-style Pinchos will also launch nationwide into Sainsbury's.
This superb idea sees the beautifully quirky restaurant lay on a sprawling buffet of stunningly crafted pinchos – basically hors d'oeuvres – for just 8 euro.
Rabbi Pinchos Goldschmidt, Chief Rabbi of Moscow, shared in Rabbi Bleich's sentiments as he praised Rabbi Eckstein, as well as the staff and donors of the IFCJ for their many years of support to Jews of the former Soviet Union.
He was born in Poland and was a son of Pinchos and Sarah Chaya (Levine) Mietla and had lived many years in Worcester, then 28 years in Aventura, FL before returning to Worcester 8 years ago.
At Pinchos restaurant, with it large wooden jetty surrounding a central bar with tables, we watch the blood-red sunset.
Messrs King and Myers reveal the wonders of St Sebastian, whose delicacies include goose barnacles and pinchos (aka large tapas), and visit a Basque dining club.
com GET THERE villages and enjoy a glass of wine with some pinchos (the regional equivalent of tapas).
There's also a different tapas menu each week with albondigas (meatballs), pinchos (spicy kebabs), montaditos (a Basque country delicacy of fresh baguette topped with onion, tomato, parsley and cerrano ham) and mejillones (steamed mussels in a white wine and garlic sauce).