Oraciones con la palabra "cabbage"

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Cabbage en una oración (en ingles)

  1. Add cabbage and cook for 2.
  2. To graize his white cabbage.
  3. Cut cabbage into inch squares.
  4. Here, take the cabbage with you.
  5. Its main component is cabbage soup.

  6. I’m half turnip, half cabbage!.
  7. Do you like soup? It's fresh cabbage.
  8. Dried heart leaves of chinese cabbage.
  10. Clean the cabbage and cut it into wedges.
  11. Shred the carrots and add to the cabbage.
  12. Caris spooned cabbage leaves on top of the ham.
  13. Think of the cabbage doll outcry that happened.
  14. Shaved winter truffle sprinkled over the cabbage.
  15. Cut white cabbage in rough pieces, except the stem.

  16. Trim the outside leaves of the cabbage and quarter.
  17. The cabbage soup diet is exactly what it says it is.
  18. Add the cabbage, potatoes and carrots and stir well.
  19. Save the outer leaves of the cabbage and set aside.
  20. Experts classify the cabbage soup diet as a fad diet.
  21. They had to bake bread and prepare the cabbage soup.
  22. What they've done is inserted a graphic of a cabbage.
  23. You are worth more than a few cabbage rolls, Dear.
  24. Cook for 5 more minutes or until the cabbage is tender.
  25. Stephanie sampled the fried cabbage and added more salt.

  26. Cabbage is an excellent natural home remedy for obesity.
  27. The cabbage soup diet is not only considered ineffective.
  28. Cover the mix with the saved outer leaves of the cabbage.
  29. Tutty brought in the ham on a board and a dish of cabbage.
  30. How favors were more valuable than cabbage a lot of times.
  31. Remove the outer leaves of the cabbage and wash thoroughly.
  32. Bryony turned her head to see a cabbage bouncing towards her.
  33. What swells him up that way? Molly gets swelled after cabbage.
  34. Place into the saucepan with the cabbage and the two bay leaves.
  35. On weekdays we have dried fish and kasha with the cabbage soup.
  36. He watched their gleaming bodies heading for the cabbage patch.
  37. The cabbage was rapidly becoming too soft and the beans too dry.
  38. In a large bowl, toss together the celery and cabbage; set aside.
  39. A major enemy of cabbage and its relatives is the harlequin bug.
  40. Serve with spaetzle, potatoes or potato dumplings and red cabbage.
  41. Scott A Robb’s (USA) colossal cabbage tipped the scales at 62.
  42. Gwenda ate some cabbage and whispered: This is food from heaven.
  43. Mix remaining ingredients in a measuring cup and add to the cabbage.
  44. Pour over the cabbage and let it sweat in the butter, but not brown.
  45. Before serving, remove the cabbage and let it dry on a kitchen towel.
  46. The penetrating smell of cabbage reached the nose of Toad as he lay.
  47. Serve with potato dumplings or spaetzle, red cabbage and apple puree.
  48. Spread remaining sauerkraut on top followed by the rest of the cabbage.
  49. In Sweden and the rest of the world, we have made sour cabbage for ages.
  50. Some of the side-effects of the cabbage soup diet include a feeling of.
  51. There was nothing right with it! Jags threw another cabbage at him.
  52. It would always be the smell of cabbage mixed with floor polish for him.
  53. She opened the fridge and took out some cabbage and tofu—the last of.
  54. Now add the sour cabbage, caraway and boiled green spelt with 1/4 of the.
  55. God, I never thought that I would enjoy a simple cabbage soup this much.
  56. Brown in oil until the cabbage has a significant color, but is not burned.
  57. Now add the sour cabbage and stir for a minute or so while seasoning with.
  58. When he noticed this, he immediately acknowledged his friend Clara Cabbage.
  59. The following is a website that wanted to rank well for "cabbage soup diet".
  60. Sauerkraut was renamed victory cabbage and hamburgers victory steak.
  61. As to the meat, he ordered it to be cooked with the convicts' cabbage soup.
  62. Braise until the cabbage is soft, but still has some of its crispiness left.
  63. On Saturday white cabbage soup, noodles with peas, kasha, all with hemp oil.
  64. Place the cabbage, spinach, sunflower sprouts, and cilantro in a large bowl.
  65. No one wanted to be a Cabbage or a Turnip, so the last lot became the Melons.
  66. Well, the Abbe Adelmonte took a rabbit, and made it eat a leaf of the cabbage.
  67. The cabbage soup diet is perhaps one of the oldest programs for losing weight.
  68. Grate or slice thinly the cabbage and pound with mallet to release the juices.
  69. Next pour the cup of vegetable broth and dry white wine over the cabbage, stir.
  70. Bits of shredded cabbage flew everywhere, and the door was torn off its hinges.
  71. Move into a deep saucepan and cover with water–twice as much water as cabbage.
  72. Don’t! Zach screamed as he watched Bryony sink her teeth into the cabbage.
  73. Some require you to eat nothing else apart from cabbage soup, but these are rare.
  74. Gulab wasn’t comfortable she cursed and threw a cabbage out of the speeding truck.
  75. Another fad is the cabbage soup diet, which requires you to consume all the cabbage.
  76. I had shrimp balls and steamed cabbage dumplings wrapped in leaves in a bamboo basket.
  77. It was sausage and cabbage, between two plates, and its fragrance filled the narrow cell.
  78. The old man passed me the cabbage whilst he squeezed past and scrambled onto the gravel.
  79. These foods include cheese, milk, beans, cabbage, cauliflower, fried foods and red meat.
  80. The waterfall crashed from a great height into a deep pool that smelled of boiled cabbage.
  81. My eyes drifted to the cabbage junks still hanging on to the wipers of the window before me.
  82. Instead of having watered his cabbage strychnine, strychnos colubrina, as the learned term it.
  83. Already in the first twenty-four hours, you may experience a mild fresh scent from the cabbage.
  84. There's taters, cabbage, beans, peas, sprouts, turnips, all sorts! We'll have to pick them all.
  85. A billion years Gravity kept us home, mocked us with wind and clouds, cabbage moths and locusts.
  86. Most involve not only green cabbage, but also carrots, onion, tomatoes and other healthy vegetables.
  87. Beyond the magnolia and surrounded by cabbage palms was the most grotesque thing either had ever seen.
  88. In a deep baking pan or casserole dish, layer half of the cabbage followed by half of the sauerkraut.
  89. One evening as he was about to put a morsel of corned beef and cabbage into his mouth his hand stopped.
  90. From amongst these vegetables he selected the most simple—a cabbage, Yes; I will mention one to you.
  91. This crisp Chinese vegetable is related to the Chinese cabbage and has similar cultivation requirements.
  92. Note: For a low-carb, wheat-free substitution, you can use nori sheets or cabbage leaves instead of crackers.
  93. The very finely shredded hearts of raw Brussels sprouts are excellent, and even the heart of a Savoy cabbage.
  94. I should like cabbage soup and porridge better than anything; but of course there’s nothing like that here.
  95. To see or eat cabbage in your dream suggests that you should not waste time with petty things in your life.
  96. He checked that his tie was straight and that there were no bits of cabbage stuck to his perfectly white teeth.
  97. It smelled like a mixture of rotten cabbage and dead fish, but she suspected it was made of far worse than that.
  98. When a visitors visits the website, hovers their mouse over the cabbage soup graphic, a little popup will appear.
  99. Yes, it was for such, monks, it was! You save your souls here, eating cabbage, and think you are the righteous.
  100. Her verdict being the pigeon with savoy cabbage, a truffle and madeira sauce, with a mushroom and foie gras tart.

    Desafortunadamente no tenemos oraciones de ejemplo para esta palabra aún.

    Desafortunadamente no tenemos oraciones de ejemplo para esta palabra aún.

  1. Steady on the cabbages.
  2. What are in these cabbages? They are delicious!.
  3. There they purchased bread, sausage, cabbages and beets.
  4. Stuffed cabbages, sausages, boiled potatoes, and homemade sauerkraut.
  5. I planted some cabbages in the spring, just when the inspector came along.
  6. Your life is worth more than a bed, some ham, and stuffed cabbages, Girl.
  7. They eat almost all kinds of vegetables, preferring beans, cabbages, and corn.
  8. The fight between the cabbages and the passengers in the back had come to an end.
  9. The girls replied by shooting a load of cabbages in his direction, he covered his head.
  10. Cabbages all set to go, and then he retired to his jump seat behind our driving positions.
  11. The outer leaves of cabbages which you once discarded, will be edible if you cut them up small.
  12. It has been probably in this manner that the introduction of clover, turnips, carrots, cabbages, etc.
  13. Musafir decided to remain in silence for the rest of the journey to avoid getting battered by cabbages.
  14. Here we choose to serve the consommé lightly solidified with cabbages of various kinds and textures.
  15. It's winter now and there are no cabbages, and so the old woman couldn't have taken Katerina a daughter.
  16. The coal-hole is stored with cabbages and carrots, buried, with cunning circumvention of decay, in sand.
  17. This black-soil former wetland was capable of growing truck vegetables such as potatoes, cabbages and onions.
  18. You threw in potatoes and rice and bits of meat and carrots and cabbages and fat and salt, and there you were.
  19. A maid sat on a stool by the kitchen door with a sack of cabbages, washing the mud off in a big bowl of water.
  20. He produced citrus under irrigation and some vegetable crops like cabbages for the Sydney and Melbourne markets.
  21. Aunt Em had just come out of the house to water the cabbages when she looked up and saw Dorothy running toward her.
  22. After a time the man piled as many of the cabbages as he could into a wheel thing and pushed them away to the house.
  23. His rabbits' lives were in danger because of Hufsa -- to say nothing of all the lettuces and cabbages they were missing.
  24. He came back several times and when he had taken all the cabbages to the door of the house he began carrying them inside.
  25. One of the sides of that century was delicate, the other was magnificent; and by the green cabbages! people amused themselves.
  26. Rauros and his Harad Ghul had surged ahead of their marching kindred and slashed at hedgerows and cabbages with their scimitars.
  27. I shall never, never believe, Nastya prattled, that the old women find babies among the cabbages in the kitchen-garden.
  28. If you feel that way, Schreiber, you should save yourself humiliation and slink home to the land of … cabbages, isn’t it?’.
  29. His portress, who prepared his scanty repasts, a few cabbages or potatoes with bacon, glanced at the brown earthenware plate and exclaimed:.
  30. I am the Representative, in part, of men, the products of whose industry are beef and pork, and butter and cheese, and potatoes and cabbages.
  31. Paul took a bite at his forgotten apple, looked at the miserable cabbages in the garden, pecked into lace by the fowls, and he wanted to pull them up.
  32. When they got there, the first thing they saw was the man himself, with a white stick burning away in his mouth, cutting row after row of frosted cabbages.
  33. The same thing may be said of turnips, carrots, cabbages ; things which were formerly never raised but by the spade, but which are now commonly raised by the plough.
  34. The bags were full of vegetables and cereals; potatoes, tomatoes, cabbages, brinjals, peas, onions, chilies and dals; and sacks were packed with rice, wheat and maize.
  35. I don't know yet how it's going to be done, but, by Frith and Inlé, before this frost thaws, we'll eat his cabbages inside the house and make him look a fool into the bargain!'.
  36. And when they grabbed him by the shoulder and he rose, and they quickly led him through the garden where the cabbages raised their dry heads, he could not formulate a single thought.
  37. Eventually he was seen coming down the road pushing an old-fashioned pram loaded with cabbages, and round his waist there was a length of rope, to the other end of which was tied an old cow.
  38. Last spring grandpapa gave me a little plot of ground for my vegetable garden, consisting of corn, pop-corn, beans, summer squashes, Hubbard squashes, cucumbers, tomatoes, cabbages, watermelons.
  39. A man might look at a fallow field and know, and see in his mind that his own bending back and his own straining arms would bring the cabbages into the light, and the golden eating corn, the turnips and carrots.
  40. The same honorable gentleman was also pleased to speak of "a paltry trade in potash and codfish," and to refer to me as the Representative of men who raised "beef and pork, and butter and cheese, and potatoes and cabbages.
  41. Horticulture seemed, however, to have been abandoned in the deserted kitchen-garden; and where cabbages, carrots, radishes, pease, and melons had once flourished, a scanty crop of lucerne alone bore evidence of its being deemed worthy of cultivation.
  42. So we returned through the forest, and we completed our harvest by making a clean sweep of some palm cabbages that had to be picked from the crowns of their trees, some small beans that I recognized as the "abrou" of the Malaysians, and some high–quality.
  43. She will eat potatoes and cabbages and anything else that the garden produces with serenity, but grows restive over meat; and a leg of mutton made her miserable yesterday, for nothing would make her believe that if I had been here alone it wouldn't have been a cutlet.
  44. In the streets the lively crowd is dressed in the most fantastic costumes—gigantic cabbages walk gravely about, buffaloes' heads bellow from men's shoulders, dogs walk on their hind legs; in the midst of all this a mask is lifted, and, as in Callot's Temptation of St.
  45. Many sorts of vegetable food, besides, which in the rude state of agriculture are confined to the kitchen-garden, and raised only by the spade, come, in its improved state, to be introduced into common fields, and to be raised by the plough ; such as turnips, carrots, cabbages, etc.
  46. Cabbages grew in plain sight; and a pumpkin-vine, rooted at some distance, had run across the intervening space, and deposited one of its gigantic products directly beneath the hall-window; as if to warn the Governor that this great lump of vegetable gold was as rich an ornament as New England earth would offer him.
  47. The use of the artificial grasses, of turnips, carrots, cabbages, and the other expedients which have been fallen upon to make an equal quantity of land feed a greater number of cattle than when in natural grass, should somewhat reduce, it might be expected, the superiority which, in an improved country, the price of butcher's meat naturally has over that of bread.
  48. From magnetism little by little Rodolphe had come to affinities, and while the president was citing Cincinnatus and his plough, Diocletian, planting his cabbages, and the Emperors of China inaugurating the year by the sowing of seed, the young man was explaining to the young woman that these irresistible attractions find their cause in some previous state of existence.
  49. If several varieties of the cabbage, radish, onion, and of some other plants, be allowed to seed near each other, a large majority of the seedlings thus raised turn out, as I found, mongrels: for instance, I raised 233 seedling cabbages from some plants of different varieties growing near each other, and of these only 78 were true to their kind, and some even of these were not perfectly true.
  50. For instance, the neighbor made friends the very first evening with Papa, who walked with injudicious inattention in our garden and slipped down through a gap in the fence into his orchard and his arms, he being engaged in picking up the fallen plums for his wife to make jam of; and he told me when he came in one day at dinner and found me struggling through what he considered dark ways and I thought were cabbages, that my salvation lay in almonds.

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