Some articles on dish:
... The musakhan, considered to be the Palestinian national dish by many, is also a fetté dish indeed ... Egypt Egyptians also prepare and consume a dish called "fatta" as a feast meal ... Considered a traditional Nubian dish, it is prepared on special occasions, such as to celebrate a woman's first pregnancy or for an Iftar during Ramadan ...
... Their mission is to find a satellite dish and use it to transmit the virus ... They find a dish, but it is easily destroyed by the drones ... The find and repair another dish ...
... The 2010 documentary film Gasland visits DISH to uncover the hidden pollution and contamination caused by the natural gas industry ... Tillman, an outspoken environmental activist, says he was forced to move his family out of DISH when his two sons began experiencing nose bleeds, which he says were caused ... released air quality results for DISH, TX ...
... Hindle Wakes is a poultry dish supposedly associated with the Bolton area of England ... The dish consists of a long-steamed capon or boiling fowl, enhanced with black, green and yellow colouring provided by a stuffing of pig's blood or prunes for the black, butter lemon sauce for the yellow and green for ... The dish is prepared by stuffing a fowl with a combination of breadcrumbs, lemon, pig's blood or prunes, then steaming for four hours prior to roasting for thirty minutes ...
... Lǐ Hóngzhāng záhuì A popular dish named after Li Hongzhang, a prominent statesman in the Qing Dynasty who was from Anhui ... The dish, a complex soup, is somewhat salty with a taste of sweetness ... Luzhou Roast Duck 廬州烤鴨 庐州烤鸭 Lúzhōu kǎoyā A popular dish from Hefei which first gained recognition when it was offered as tribute to the imperial court ...
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Famous quotes containing the word dish:
“This stable is a Princes court.
This crib His chair of state;
The beasts are parcel of His pomp,
The wooden dish His plate.”
—Robert Southwell (1561?1595)
“Hey, diddle, diddle,
The cat and the fiddle,
The cow jumped over the moon;
The little dog laughed
To see such sport,
And the dish ran away with the spoon.”
—Mother Goose (fl. 17th18th century. Hey, diddle, diddle (l. 16)