from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A shallow iron pan to hold glass ware while being annealed.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In glass-works, an iron pan in which glass vessels which require annealing are exposed to heat in the leer.


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  • Take out a wrap, put it on a suitable baking tray (I used one of those round pizza trays with holes in) and spread a couple of spoonfulls of crème frache on it.

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  • Chill completely, unmold, pat dry, and slice to serve with some crme frache and a chiffonade of basil or with some Lemon-Shallot Mayonnaise.


  • Theyre delicious for breakfast with marmalade or preserves, of course; serve dusted with powdered sugar and with a little crme frache.


  • Fill with lemon curd and top with honey and crme frache.


  • Corey Lee, chef de cuisine at the French Laundry, makes a chicken farce that uses crme frache and chicken stock but no egg.


  • Season with lemon juice or white wine vinegar and garnish them with whole pieces of the vegetable, blanched, along with some crme frache for contrasting color and additional richness.


  • Sour cream, creme frache, or Greek yogurt for serving

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  • A restrained layer of creme frache over an almost cracker-crisp crust topped with translucent slices of Yukon Gold potato, chopped bacon and green onion delivers a persuasive message: when it comes to pizza, less can be a whole lot more. News Updates

  • Generally I do them in a spicy chili rub, bake them, and top with creme frache.

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  • Page said, Gramercy Tavern serves a milk chocolate tart with crme frache and bacon.

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