lolly ice

lolly ice

[′läl·ē ‚īs]
(oceanography)
Saltwater frazil, a heavy concentration of which is called sludge.
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In the 1950s, a water surge was something caused by a sun shower, after which we kids would race lolly ice sticks down the gutters of our steep terraced streets.
Tasty toffee apples Ingredients For the coating 225g demerara sugar 0.5 tsp vinegar 2 tbsp golden syrup 25g butter 110 ml water Red food colouring (optional) 6 apples 6 wooden skewers, for holding the apples (lolly ice sticks) Method 1.
RAINBOW CHOCOLATE APPLES (Serves 2) Ingredients 2 Golden Delicious Apples 2 Lolly Ice Sticks 250 grams of milk or plain chocolate
Is the frozen juice on the stick you now suck a lolly ice or an ice lolly?
Just like 'lolly ice' (or ice lolly), some Scousers call it 'Home and Bargain' while others say 'Home and Bargains'.
Local people are photographed in their bush hats outside the Sydney Opera House, in their flip-flops at the Taj Mahal or sucking a lolly ice by the Eiffel Tower.
Simplicity can be the seed of genius - like putting a little stick in frozen orange juice and calling it a lolly ice.
In the other hand was a long stick on which had been attached a net dyed the red of licked lolly ice, a colour favoured by girls, who like their lipstick to suggest a bold approach to life and love.
Eight-year-old Jonathan Greenwood, from Knowsley, bought his dog Pocco, a lolly ice to keep cool at the Knowsley Borough Doggy Jubilee Event at Jubilee Park, off Twig lane, Huyton, yesterday
WHAT food item encapsulates summer more than a lolly ice?
Another time, when I was about 14, I bought a lolly ice and threw the wrapper on the floor.