- n. One of several decorative rings around the barrel of a cannon; the next ring from the muzzle backwards.
“Let us hope cornwall doesn, t go the same way as kosovo, because you know what? the cornish are a majority in Cornwall.”
“There was a succulent chicken (a cornish hen) with deliciously cooked onions and portabella mushrooms swimming in the seasoned roasted chicken juices in the pan above.”
“Unfortunately, a roasted cornish game hen ($16) was dry; its bread salad, limp and soggy.”
“Common fish include tiger fish Hydrocynus vittatus, bream Tilapia spp., vundu Heterobranchus longifilis, nkupi Distichodus mossambicus, chessa D. schenga, cornish jack Mormyropsanguilloides, and lungfish Protopterus annectens.”
“For food, I enjoyed the cornish pasty at the British pub (Ye Olde King's Head) the most.”
“But my favorite form of outdoor cooking was my barrel smoker on which I made killer baby-back ribs, awesome pulled pork, luscious salmon, succulent cornish hens, and wonderful turkeys.”
“Chris P.who at night “dreams of opening a cornish pasty food cart” shares his favorites of 2008, in the ongoing Employee Top 5 series”
“I used up all my energy making cornish pasties some for tonight, some to eat tomorrow and Tuesday so I can do bunches and bunches of work, annotating a text and getting my emails down to under seventy must-be-answereds.”
“Just curious, can you cook a whole chicken or cornish game hen or do you need to cut it up and bag the pieces separately first?”
“So we baked a, um, lot plates of cookies, oatmeal bars, vegan cupcakes, two veggie pot pies, truly scary amounts of cornish pasties, home-made chai candy.”
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