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Here are some herbs that go well with Game. You'll notice that certain herbs such as juniper berries, onion, garlic, thyme keeps appearing, as well as spices such as nutmeg and cinnamon. Under EXTRA I 've included some wines, cheeses, and other items that may be of interest that you can use together with the herbs mentioned. DUCK: chervil , cinnamon, coriander, cumin seeds , dill weed, fennel seeds, ginger, juniper berries, lemon zest, marjoram, paprika, rosemary, saffron, sage, tarragon, thyme, turmeric EXTRA: sweet white wine, dry white wine, sweet sherry, brandy, cognac, oranges, raisins, yogurt HERBS THAT GO WITH GAME : Spices and Herbs by Elaynn
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Brant is a beautiful apartment on the ground floor of a Victorian country house. Its elegant shower room is decorated with Italian Roma travertine limestone, and has underfloor heating. The modern kitchen, featuring oak units, has all the home comforts you need. The kitchen leads into the very spacious studio-style living room that incorporates the living area, double bed and dining table. The room also features a striking Edwardian bay window from which you might be lucky enough to spot a deer, which regularly visit the garden. Brant
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133cm (AHC) 9year old chestnut gelding for sale. Done PC, hunter trials, mounted games but mainly SJ. Jumps courses of 1.05 comfortably. Very fast against the clock, turns on a six-pence and a very careful jumper. Very nicely schooled. Over... £100 BSJA winnings (started in January 2013) Part Scottish Junior Academy team at Weston Lawns on August 20/21 which got the silver medal. Ladykirk equitation
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