buttery


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buttery

1. a room for storing foods or wines
2. Brit (in some universities) a room in which food is supplied or sold to students

buttery

1. Pantry or wine cellar; formerly a medieval storeroom for provisions (originally bouteillerie).
2. (Brit.) Dispensary of provisions, esp. food and drink, to college students.
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New Ferry Buttery Park is now an ambassador for Cheshire Wildlife Trust as a resource for local biodiversity and community inclusion, and has received national recognition in the form of the Green Flag Community Award for the last three years.
The report said Buttery, a dad-oftwo, claimed he was not involved and said at "no point did he sell any products or gain from their sale."
And even if the finished rowies looked more like a cross between a buttery and a croissant, they looked tasty.
"The buttery, sweet taste of Hershey's Gold bars provides an entirely new way for consumers to enjoy our brand," stated Melinda Lewis, senior director and general manager of the Hershey's franchise at Hershey.
Divide the warm, buttery nettles between the plates, top with a piece of fish, followed by a poached egg, then finally spoon over the garlic and any buttery juices from the pan.
Pour in the lukewarm broth and the Flora Buttery. Mix with your hands until a dough forms, remove and place onto a floured work top.
The Buttery, Manor House Farm, Lanchester, is for sale through Foster Maddison at a guide price of PS365,000, tel: 01207 528282.
This is a deliciously crisp, buttery, crunchy cookie with a wonderful melt-in-your mouth texture.