grapefruit knife


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grapefruit knife

ncoltellino ricurvo
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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I'm still looking for a lovely old-fashioned grapefruit knife (remember those?
Next in line after banging my head on a brick wall, being forced to watch reality television and removing my appendix with a grapefruit knife, they really are one of my favourite things.
Cut the grapefruits in half crosswise and cut into pieces with a grapefruit knife. Slice each piece in half lengthwise.
Llandudno mayor Janet Finch Saunders, who is also Conwy council's cabinet member for community safety and a shopkeeper in Colwyn Bay, said: ``I think the public generally need to be aware a knife is a knife, whether it's a bread knife, a grapefruit knife or a pocket knife.
Cut in half crosswise and separate the flesh from the peel with a paring knife or grapefruit knife, then slice between the sections and their membranes to loosen.
Use grapefruit knife to cut out fruit, being careful to leave behind the fibrous skins dividing the sections.
Drain the juice from the shell (if you want to use the shell, cut the tough core out with a grapefruit knife).
I took a stab about as forceful as a grapefruit knife. "Metaphor is a way to express relationships too profound for regular prose," I recited.
Henckels is presenting 17 new dishwasher-safe stainless steel kitchen tools under the Twin Cuisine label, including a vegetable peeler, cheese plane, grapefruit knife and apple corer.
Using a grapefruit knife, cut out center of cabbage, leaving a wall about 1/2 inch thick.
With a grapefruit knife, cut centers of eggplant from skin, making skin sections about 1/2 inch thick.