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“The madeira, which is still kept there with a reverence which I should call superstitious were it not that its free circulation among outside worshipers prohibits the just use of such”
“She drank several cups of tea and ate the cake -- boterkoek, a kind of madeira cake but buttery and without the lemon -- and she answered the questions fired at her.”
“Gostei particularmente do cuidado no tratamento de luz natural nos espaços, do uso do open space, de novos conceitos de intimidade, uso dos elemento água, do uso de madeira nos pavimentos e revestimento da casa, na inserção e tratamento paisagístico da obra”
“High on the hog (fresh ham with madeira sauce) or low (broiled pig's feet crepes) -- we want everyone to cook and eat together.”
“A 1796 engraving by William Blake of an illustration of a planter in morning dress watching a slave prepare a glass of madeira and water.”
“O exterior é uma mistura muito agradável de madeira e paredes vivas.”
“Just need some tips as I am hell-bent on securing some old vintage port and some madeira as well.”
“Pour in 150ml madeira, season, turn up the heat and cook until the wine has evaporated.”
“In fact, after reading so much about the Duke's apocryphal tastes, I try it with madeira instead – which is even better.”
“The dish certainly has the ring of the epic feasts of the period – a butter-soft, ruinously pricey cut of beef smothered in a rich, potentially even truffled mushroom mixture, spiked with madeira wine and topped, in its most glorious incarnation, with a decadent slab of foie gras.”
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