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"The introduction of the extension to the Muddler will ensure we can continue to welcome our current customers and new ones especially during the peak times and also accommodate much larger bookings." The firm, through The Muddler Ltd and with the assistance of law firm Sintons, is now pursuing an extended premises licence covering the enlarged site.
Walking into The Muddler I had an anti-Tardis moment.
Put the berries, sugar syrup and lime juice into a glass and muddle the ingredients by crushing them in the glass with a muddler or pestle (or similar).
This week, the FFF's Oregon chapter will tip its hat to the muddler minnow, to the Grande Ronde and to Nelson and other founding fathers at the 20th anniversary Northwest Fly Tyer & Fly Fishing Expo.
WILLIAM BOUNDS is adding to its Sili collection of silicone kitchen tools with a Gourmet Muddler. The device is a bar tool used for mashing up mint leaves, lime and raw sugar for drinks like mojitos, caipirinhas and mint juleps.
The master class, which takes place next Thursday, May 12, from 5pm to 8pm, is open to anyone, so if you think you know a Muddler from a Boston Shaker or you simply want to soak up the decadent atmosphere call 0151 966 1466 to register your place
If you don't manage your money at all, don't plan ahead or keep a record of your spending, you're a Muddler.
As in the case of the Servants, party affiliation is not a reliable guide to membership in the Muddler category.
The Muddler, which now occupies the former site of Osaka restaurant in Grey Street, is ready for business and The Chronicle was invited to look inside before its lunchtime launch.
Now the firm is adding a new brand to its rapidly rising leisure portfolio, with the launch of pan Asian restaurant The Muddler.