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navarin

(ˈnævərɪn; French navarɛ̃)
n
(Cookery) a stew of mutton or lamb with root vegetables
[from French]
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It is, however, a remarkable coincidence, that in the two large islands cut off by the Beagle Channel from the rest of Tierra del Fuego, one has cliffs composed of matter that may be called stratified alluvium, which front similar ones on the opposite side of the channel, -- while the other is exclusively bordered by old crystalline rocks: in the former, called Navarin Island, both foxes and guanacos occur; but in the latter, Hoste Island, although similar in every respect, and only separated by a channel a little more than half a mile wide, I have the word of Jemmy Button for saying that neither of these animals are found.
I was torn between a steak, such a selection was there on offer, before settling on the navarin of lamb, PS17.
More than 200 recipes range over every menu category from Salmon Tostadas to Parisian Potage, Sole Vin Blanc, Lamb Breast Navarin, Edamame Ragout, Apple Galette and Chocolate Souffles.
uk for bookings NAVARIN OF WELSH LAMB WITH VEGETABLES Serves 4 Ingredients 2lb/1kilo of cubed shoulder or neck of lamb and bone 1 onion chopped 2 carrots diced 2 sticks of celery cubed A bouquet garni: Take the outer leaf of a leek, wash it, and place 3 bay leaves, a large sprig of rosemary, a large sprig of thyme and a few parsley stalks on to the leek and wrap the herbs in the leek and tie with string.
George Basin in the eastern Bering Sea with ten wells drilled; one sale in 1984 in the Navarin Basin, a remote region in the central Bering Sea, with eight wells drilled; and one sale in 1983 in Norton Basin near the Seward Peninsula with six wells drilled.
Moving on from the Russian cemetery, you can take in the Navarin Monument, a French national memorial that also honours soldiers from America, whose own Blanc-Mont American Monument stands just a couple of miles further along the front.
These new tactics could be seen in the Second Regiment Mixte's attack on Navarin Farm on 6 and 7 October.
The PS95 a head "Dinner with Champagne Pol Roger" will include a four-course meal featuring wild garlic risotto served with Pol Roger Pure NV; confit salmon with garden herbs accompanied by Pol Roger Vintage Rose 2004; spring lamb cutlet, lamb navarin, minted fresh peas and fondant potato with Pol Roger Cuvee Sir Winston Churchill 2000, and garden rhubarb Pavlova and vanilla ice cream complemented by Pol Roger Rich NV.
The classic French lamb navarin, fillet steak, grilled chicken Caesar salad and grilled fillet of sea bass with Mediterranean vegetables and potatoes mousseline all met or exceeded expectations.
Sebastolobus macrochir is common in the western North Pacific off the Kuril Islands and in the Okhotsk and Japan seas, becoming rarer north in the western Bering Sea to Cape Navarin, to southeastern Kamchatka and the Commander Islands.
Q I've seen a navarin of lamb on a menu but wasn't sure what it was?