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poussin

[Fr.] see milk chickens.
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Cook the poussin under a hot grill for 3-4 minutes on each side.
Rub the poussin all over with the combined remaining ingredients and cook on a heated, oiled grill plate for about one hour or until cooked, turning mid-way through the cooking time.
This theory is given weight by the common belief that Poussin was a Grand Master of the Knights Templar.
He comes from a top-class yard that knows exactly how good he will need to be as it houses top-notch filly Aquarelliste, and Poussin was really eyecatching when finishing in front of Banks Hill in a Group 1 at Longchamp recently.
55] Likewise Poussin, praised by art historians for his preeminently insightful attentiveness to Tasso's text, emphasizes Erminia's power.
1 -- color) Nicolas Poussin used pen and brown ink and wash in ``Appollo and the Muses on Mount Parnassus.
Un poussin de 40 jours ne peut pas vivre dans un lieu ou la temperature depasse les 22 a 25 degres maximum.
CARAWAY SPATCHCOCK POUSSIN WITH BITTER GREENS (Serves 4) 2 large or 4 small poussins 175g Dijon mustard 21/2tbsp caraway seeds 450g corn on the cob 2 radicchio hearts 20 celery leaves 75g rocket 2tbsp oil 1tbsp white wine vinegar Sea salt and black pepper to season Method Pre-heat the oven to 170C, 325F, gas mark 3.
Emma's poussin was, predictably, a tricky customer; whole poussin is rarely easy to eat, it's a frustrating fiddly business, and this was no exception.
There are works by El Greco, Bellini, Poussin, Hogarth, Joseph Wright, Monet and Lowry' 16th century ceramics as bright as if fresh the kiln' a life-size majolica peacock' a beautiful cased clock and an ancient bronze model of a stag.
Paolini carries German hopes, while Poussin completes the French challenge.