Related to Gournet: gourmet, gurney


n.1.(Zool.) A fish. See Gurnet.
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| Annette Court, who chairs dining clubs tastecard and Gournet Society
The volume, with more than 550 pages, is available at Marty's Liquors, West Main Street in Dudley, Booklovers' Gournet on East Main Street, Webster Lake Gifts on Thompson Road, and Cindy's Flowers & Gift Shop on Main Street, all in Webster.
Gaseou, "Documents grees de Qurnat Mar'y,", Bulletin de la Institut francais d'archeologie orientale 99 (1999): 201-15; Deir el Medina: "Etude de la ceramique du couvent de Saint Marc a Gournet Mar'ei, fouille de G.
(Makes 8 servings) Ingredients 1/4 cup orange juice 2 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon olive oil, divided 2 teaspoons McCorrnick[H] Gourrnet Collection[C] Thyme Leaves, divided 2 pounds salmon fillets 1 tablespoon brown sugar 1 tablespoon McConnick* Gourmet Collection* Smoked Paprika 1 teaspoon McCormick * Gournet Collection* Saigon cinnamon 1 teaspoon granted orange peel 1/2 teaspoon McCormick Gourmet Collection Sicilian Sea Salt 1 bag (10 ounces) spinach leaves
The hotel Adler offers gournet menus for up to 200 persons and can accommodate up to 180 guests.
Susie Spindler of The Gournet Project, discussed some of the ways technology is changing the face of business.
Acrylic beverageware and serveware vendor Majestic aimed for fashion with its launch of three home office lines at The Gournet Products Show earlier this mouth.
When she's not working with youngster, Worthy can be found in her kitchen cooking gournet meals or refining the 25 quiche recipes she has created.
Elkort laments the gradual disappearance of gournet cooking.
Ruszel still does gift boxes for the gournet Oakville Grocery, by the way.
Continuing to expand its pressure cooker line, T-Fal will unveil the Safe 2 Classic Plus at the Gournet Show.