Kilner jar


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Kilner jar

(ˈkɪlnə)
n
trademark a glass preserving jar with an airtight lid, used for bottling fruit or vegetables
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The presentation was all a bit fiddly - mint chutney in a miniature Kilner jar, gratuitous slices of radish, random greenery.
Fill a Kilner jar dispenser with cloudy lemonade and top it with herbs such as sun-loving Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) - whose sturdy stems can double as aromatic barbecue skewers.
Fill a Kilner jar dispenser with cloudy lemonade and top it with herbs such as sunloving Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) - whose sturdy stems can double as aromatic barbecue skewers.
Using a fork or cocktail stick, prick the berries, then tip them into the kilner jar, or divide between two smaller jars.
Kilner jar, PS4, Wilko In a tight space, attach your table to the floor, so the eating area stays clearly defined and people can get in and out without shifting it.
The company runs workshops for consumers to make their own products and also sells a Create Your Own Bath Bomb Kit served up in a kilner jar.
Allow to cool before storing in a Kilner jar or airtight container.
As he passed me, the Marshal's mouth (and indeed the whole of his head) was flipped open for me, two circles side by side like the hinged lid of a Kilner jar, as if to demonstrate the irrevocable shame.
After kitchen trials in a kilner jar, the deep red Aerona liqueur was launched at the 2010 Royal Welsh Fair.