Panade


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Pa`nade´


n.1.A dagger.
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A modified panade, or wet binder, of pita bread crumbs, lemon juice, and garlic gave our patties a sturdier structure and fuller, more savory flavor.
Combine the egg, creme fraTche, brandy or port, and orange zest to make a thick binder known as "panade." Measure out 2.5 ounces of the pate spice mix and add it to the panade.
In the middle of the table, a tea pot filled with creamy panade, deeply rich in umami from infused clams rests on a bed of hot stones and seaweed.
But if he wolde be slayn of Symkyn With panade, or with knyf, or boidekyn.
La mere emiette une panade Qui mijote, gluante et fade, Dans les cendres.
1 To make the panade, bring the milk and butter to a boil over medium heat, in a large, wide saucepan.
Ubicada a pocos pasos del Palacio Presidencial, se encontraban las sedes de casi todas las actividades administrativas de los titulados organismos asistenciales como: la organizacion Nacional de Dispensarios Infantiles (Ondi), la Organizacion Nacional de Rehabilitacion de Invalidos (Onri) y el Patronato de Asistencia a Ninos, Ancianos, Desvalidos y Enfermos (Panade).
No one could find the key and Ene's father and CFR assistant coach Minel Panade had to tear off the iron grate on the shower windows to set the kid free
The teacher phoned Ene's father, who in turn called assistant coach Minel Panade. Panade made his way round to Nedelcu's house, only to find that the kit man had given the stadium keys to his son.
"The other will be a panade which is a kind of spread that's had on roasted bread done with wild mushrooms and capers and shallots," he said.