Is it marls (marbles) or cobnuts?" Maggie's heart sank a little, because Tom always said it was "no good" playing with her at those games, she played so badly.
no; I've swopped all my marls with the little fellows, and cobnuts are no fun, you silly, only when the nuts are green.
This was in addition to the 2,000 snowdrops, 2,000 winter aconites and 500 foxgloves planted in February, plus the rowan, cherry, cobnut
, hazel and fruiting hawthorn Trees, planted in January.
Lyan Scotch with Hereford blackcurrant, cobnut
, and smoked-barley amazake
The is the The fruit of the horse chestnut tree was first used for conker fights 200 years ago as a replacement to hazel, cobnut
and snail shells.
However, he admires wholeheartedly the Socrates "who never refused to play cobnut
with children or to ride a hobbyhorse with them," (35) and he approves of the legendary "theological drinking and feasting" at the Sorbonne.
Take S the latest menu for example: foie gras ice-cream; cherry ravioli and Iberico ham; black cherry and foie gras terrine with palm sugar mousse, and grilled salad with truffle custard, cheese foam and cobnut
Cumbrian chef Simon Rogan, meanwhile, goes down the green route with grilled salad, truffle custard, cheese foam and cobnut
beer JLong HOP TO IT J Pickers at work of to DELICACY JCromer crab SWEET SWEET JA cobnut
FISHY STUFF Giles gets to grips with grub MOVING walk to dinner plate
His finest hour came at Newmarket in August 1981 when, in the unspeakably lowly Cobnut
Claiming Handicap, he came charging home to win at 33-1.
A big part of that are the orchards, cobnut
platts (coppiced nut orchards) and hop gardens that pepper the horizon.
In 1532 Sir Thomas More imagined a bad schoolboy playing games instead of going to school: `cherrystone, marrow bone, buckle-pit, spurn point, cobnut
, or quoiting'.