Chopping knife

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The cold potatoes and corned beef were in the wooden tray, and "Regards of Rebecca" stuck on the chopping knife.
A police patrol managed to intervene as the maid was wielding a chopping knife to attack him.
He added: "There are certain bits of kit I would urge people to get, such as decent pots and pans, a decente chopping board and a decent chopping knife.
Take a large chopping knife and remove the undercarriage of the bird by placing the knife inside (where the giblets are).
Andrew James Leonard told her "I'm going to kill you", held a chopping knife to her head and cut her during an hour-long ordeal.
Turkey escalope Holstein (Serves 4) 1 turkey breast (at least 500g), skinned 2-3tbsp flour 2 eggs, beaten 50-60g fresh white breadcrumbs Salt and freshly ground black pepper Vegetable or corn oil for frying A couple good knobs of butter 4 eggs 8 anchovies, halved lengthways 1tbsp chopped parsley 2tbsp capers Lay the turkey breast on a chopping board and with a sharp carving or chopping knife cut 4 large slices.
79 Turn your finger into a chopping knife, wooden spoon and every kitchen utensil in between as Cooking Academy challenges you to polish up your culinary skills by creating a host of dishes from enticing appetisers to main meals and desserts.
79 ASIN: N/A Turn your finger into a chopping knife, wooden spoon and every kitchen utensil in between as Cooking Academy takes you back to school -of sorts -and challenges you to polish up your culinary skills by creating a host of dishes from enticing appetisers to main meals and desserts.
The weapon, which was never found, was described by her as having a blade seven inches long and as looking like a chopping knife.
Donlon said he got a chopping knife and, as his brother stood watching TV, he stabbed him twice in the back.
He took several swipes at a peeled potato with his chopping knife and came away with an impossibly small cube, which he then compared to a 3-D model for accuracy.
Behind the facade of an early nineteenth-century terrace, Baltic has been fitted into a supremely awkward site, shaped on plan like a chopping knife, with its handle pointing towards the road.