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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But I think if you've spent a lot of money on new homewares, why Invest in a glass vase or Kilner jar and place your new cutlery set inside.
And, if you have room for dessert, the campfire s'mores come layered in a Kilner jar, melted to marshmallow, chocolatey perfection.
Certainly, where starters are concerned, it was a small Kilner jar of pate with a tempting fatty crust on top, alongside some generous slices of toasted bloomer bread.
Put the sloes in a large (1litre), sterilised kilner jar with 110g sugar.
Halen Mon- Anglesey Sea Salt - based in Brynsiencyn, are selling a specially designed red kilner jar with Ty Gobaith's own blend of salt & pepper.
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.
99, TK Maxx; Kilner jar, PS3; Dri-Pak soda crystals, PS1, distilled white vinegar, PS1; all Sainsbury's; wooden spoon, PS1.
After kitchen trials in a kilner jar, the deep red Aerona liqueur was launched at the 2010 Royal Welsh Fair.
Garlic, salt and black pepper (smash up a couple of heads of garlic and cover them with Maldon sea salt, leave in a kilner jar for a week)