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TO PACK. To deceive by false appearance; to counterfeit; to delude; as packing a jury. (q.v.) Bac. Ab. Juries, M; 12 Conn. R. 262.

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INGREDIENTS: 200g bar white chocolate (Belgian white chocolate is ideal) Half pack of butter (about 125g) 6 rich tea biscuits or 12 rich tea fingers 4 green glace cherries (or angelica) 50g dried cranberries 2 tbsp raisins METHOD: BREAK the chocolate straight into a large microwave-proof bowl.
Director of rugby Neil Mitchell said afterwards that a strong second half pack display was the key factor: "I was very pleased with how we fronted up today, especially in the second half, when our scrummage was a lot more secure.
PUMPKIN RISOTTO 1kg wedge of pumpkin Olive oil Half pack of unsalted butter Two medium onions peeled and finely chopped 50g to 60g risotto rice per person One tablespoon broken walnuts One litre chicken stock A little fresh marjoram and thyme Salt and pepper, fresh clove garlic, crushed One tablespoon grated parmesan One head red chicory finely grated 200g Gorgonzola cheese broken into bite-sized pieces Method: Remove skin from pumpkin and cut in half.
More than eight out of 10 of us take our phones abroad with us and more than half pack MP3 players and games consoles.
2 To make your buttery biscuit base, place your half pack of Hobnobs in a food processor and blitz until like breadcrumbs.
In the old days, he used to think nothing of eating half pack of sausage rolls and half a pack of biscuits.
Synners slipped back to 10th in a closely grouped top half pack.
Findings showed the Tesco Tuna Layered Salad only listed calories per half pack rather than showing the 550 calories and 41g fat found in a full salad.
The Rock or Gib, as it's nicknamed, doesn't half pack a lot of history and attractions into its 2.3 square miles – as well as holding a strategic position between Spain and Africa.
SINNER: Goats Cheese & Roasted Red Pepper, Tesco's Finest, 308 cals per 125g half pack