bready


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bready

(ˈbrɛdɪ)
adj, breadier or breadiest
1. having the appearance or texture of bread
2. obsolete containing bread
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Expired yeast cells (the lees) are not filtered off as normal but simply left to add the minerally, bready edges so evident here.
Stormont in Belfast and Bready in Derry/Londonderry were also options for May 11 to 15 Test, but Malahide was considered the frontrunner and the Dublin venue has now been confirmed as hosts.
The vehicle ended up with its boot in the air against the property on the A5 road into Bready, Co Derry.
ONE of the best known fino sherries in the UK, Gonzalez Byass Tio Pepe Fino Sherry, Spain (PS10, 75cl, Sainsbury's) is a pale, dry palomino that's extremely refreshing with bready, yeasty notes and a hint of toasted almond that pairs so well with savoury nibbles, olives and tapas.
Nice bready malt with refreshing lemony citrus tones from the hops.
The beer is a crisp, balanced pilsner with a floral aroma, subtle hop spice, and a rich, bready maltiness made from Saaz and Magnum hops and Vienna malt," Mr.
Fresh yet rich with bready aromas and lots of ripe orchard fruits and a touch of lemon, it's delightfully drinkable and remarkable value.
But Wheel Horse already had lawn and garden tractors in their line, so they didn't need the Bready production.
The seamer, 20, wants to tighten his grip in the Saltires attack in today's T20 clash with Ireland at Bready with Preston Mommsen's men already clinching the series after taking a 2-0 lead last night.
Warm-up matches: July 6: Nepal v Oman, Stormont, Belfast; PNG v Kenya, Bready, Co.
Ice-cold sparkling water helps keep the batter light; it fries up crispy rather than bready.
New York (AirGuide - Inside Air Travel) If airport dining conjures thoughts of bready pizza slices or tasteless hot dogs, think again.