small chop

small chop

pl n
(Cookery) W African cocktail snacks
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Red small chop fibers may or may not fracture in the same time with the matrix.
Our customers range from small chop shop to government agencies and automobile manufacturers, and everything in between.
The wind was a light 8-10kts and with a small chop, it took maximum focus and skill for the sailors to keep momentum throughout the two races.
I just thought about it and concluded to start off with mocktails and along the line there were demands for small chops.
Sometimes the delivery companies disappoint by not keeping to time and our small chops order are time bound.
They also thanked New White Oceanic Restaurant for serving small chops at the event.
So, getting trained in cake baking, small chops and stuffs like that was seamless.
A weekly ration for an adult was one egg, three to four rashes of bacon, two small chops, two ounces of cheese, eight ounces of sugar, two ounces of butter, two ounces of tea and three pints of milk.
Usually the tenderloin is treated like a little roast or cut into small chops. But it also makes a great steak if you pound it thin, a process that takes only a minute or two (and enhances the meat's tenderness to boot).
Every member of the family is sure to go home with unforgettable memories as well as attractive prizes and gifts courtesy the numerous corporate bodies, including Cadbury's Bournvita, Tomy Riopop, Viju Milk, Rite foodss, Checkers Garri, 4 Cardinal Point Small Chops, Nutzy Peanuts Butter and others who have partnered with the organisers to make the show a delightful experience.
Lamb for small chops is generally sold fresh or frozen as racks.
Modules will include wig making, auto gele, turban making, barbing, Floral art, black soap production, perfumes and body spray production as well as catering and small chops.