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  • It was the drink of choice at church raisings; at Harvard and Yale colleges, students passed two-quart cider tankards down the common dining tables.

    One Big Table

  • When all the whites are opaque, turn the mixture into a two-quart bowl and stir in the chopped nuts.

    Simple Pleasures

  • After him came another, a lean wiry individual in a two-quart hat.

    Dear Carl

  • It weighs the food you put into the two-quart, stainless-steel container, and its processing blades chop or grate those ingredients at a speed you can set, from barely moving to a terrifying brutality, and at graduated points in between.

    Snaring the Elusive Thermomix

  • Whole Foods still sells its house-brand ice cream in two-quart containers.

    Will Shop for Food: A Grocery Battle Plan

  • A few years ago, ice-cream makers quietly downsized the age-old two-quart container to 1.75 quarts.

    Will Shop for Food: A Grocery Battle Plan

  • Now, even though it is only a two-quart model, all of the recipes in the little instruction booklet (which makes ice cream making sound a lot harder than it really is) that came in the box are for four quarts, which is not only excessive when I am talking about dessert for four people, but a physical impossiblity for my equipment.

    Tigers & Strawberries » Ice Cream Fusion Reaction

  • Scrape the dough into an oiled two-quart rising container or bowl.

    Tigers & Strawberries » Zak’s Cardamom Boule

  • Transfer to a lightly greased two-quart casserole dish.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • We made our way around the buffet Laura laid out on the dining-room table -- sliced lunch meats, hamburger buns, tomato and onion slices, bowls of pretzels and chips, cookies and several two-quart plastic bottles of soda -- then sat down to chat.

    June 2005


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