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  • n. brandy


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brandy +‎ wine?


  • A brandywine was a punch bowl that, in Dutch tradition, was filled with brandy and raisins to be drunk with a silver spoon after special occasions such as weddings, births, and funerals. Most Popular

  • Mine brandywine tomatoes are just germinating - a little later than I should have gotten them started, but I should still be able to get a good harvest out of them.

    Jean's Knitting

  • I got around to starting my brandywine tomatoes a little bit later than intended and have yet to try with the potato seeds.

    Jean's Knitting

  • Her eyes, made enormous by the loss of flesh from her face, reflected the candlelight and were the colour of the brandywine he had drunk earlier in the great hall; they focussed with difficulty.

    Dearly Beloved

  • My kids are still my kids, altered brains or not, and brandywine tomatoes are still my tomatoes, as long as I am young enough to stoop in the garden.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • In the next hour or two, I will be filling up cut-up orange juice containers with peat moss and vermiculite, dropping a brandywine tomato in this one, a Pruden's purple in that one, and start the cycle again.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • The past week we've eaten deep purple eggplants and bright pink brandywine tomatoes, yellow summer squash and green-and-red striped beans.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • I tried to be more sensible this year about the cherries and most volunteers are either the yellow cherries or brandywine.

    Seeing Yellow In A Mish Mash Way « Fairegarden

  • Would you mind dropping some of those brandywine pictures I know you took :

    Nucleus Gallery

  • Another list: send the message "subscribe depress" to listserv soundprint.brandywine. american. edu

    The Doctor Is On


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