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stewpot

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The first thing that presented itself to Sancho's eyes was a whole ox spitted on a whole elm tree, and in the fire at which it was to be roasted there was burning a middling-sized mountain of faggots, and six stewpots that stood round the blaze had not been made in the ordinary mould of common pots, for they were six half wine-jars, each fit to hold the contents of a slaughter-house; they swallowed up whole sheep and hid them away in their insides without showing any more sign of them than if they were pigeons.
Emile Henry presents a Flame-Top tagine, stewpots and a brazier in Figue.
The company's Flame-Top line of a tagine, stewpots and abrazier has now added the Figue color, a rich Mediterranean purple, and which complements Flame-Top Green.
Unfortunately, their delivery is mistaken for extra rations and consigned to the evening stewpots.
Another hit with the consumers is stewpots that could be taken from freezer to oven to table.
stewpots characteristic of assemblage 1 are distinguished by a broad groove on the upper surface of the rim (1-37).
lid is a low conical form that had been around since the first century and must have been used on stewpots and casseroles, whether they were imported or not.
No examples of this rim or type were catalogued from the Sanctuary of Demeter; this piece simply illustrated the body form of LR stewpots in general.
In a pre-European "contest in dark things," witches from all the tribes try to outdo one another with stewpots full of "disgusting objects," dead babies and severed body parts.
when John Milton compares moderate Episcopal ministers to cooling stewpots whose rising lukewarm scum "gives a vomit to God himself," we accomplish little by asserting that what Milton really means is that the Almighty prefers ministers of strong religious conviction.
To defend themselves, Euelpides and Pisthetaerus took up stewpots and other kitchen utensils.
Larger tortilla presses, Mongolian stewpots and shabu-shabu pots, wine presses, Chinese noodle bakers, kimchi marinaters, picklers, etc.