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On your way out, buy prepared food, charcuterie, and other carefully sourced specialty products for the larder at the adjoining take-out shop.
His mother left him taco kits in the larder for after-school snacks, ground beef in the fridge.
One possibility is that the whaling and sealing trades of the twentieth century led to a , which, thanks to better marine-mammal conservation, has now ended, depleting the Adélies’ larder.
An extensive larder section ends the book, which includes those tomato preserves, plus dozens of other make-ahead items intended to be made in batches: pesto, whole-grain mustard, pickled vegetables.
His larder always includes at least four kinds of masa and more than a dozen chiles that are artfully woven into the menu.
Hutches that take their cues from English larders provide pantry space and hide a radiator.
Since the dawn of humanity, garlic has been pretty essential in the human larder.
Roseman did some other smart shopping the rest of the winter and spring — shopping that loaded the larder but exactly didn’t set the table.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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