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Trivet

meaning 'foot' / 'feet', trivets often have four 'feet', and some trivets, including many wooden trivets, have no 'feet' at all. Trivet also refers to a tripod...

Last Update: 2021-07-30T11:38:55Z Word Count : 259 Synonim Trivet

Nicholas Trivet

Nicholas Trivet (or Trevet, as he himself wrote) (c. 1258 – c. 1328) was an English Anglo-Norman chronicler. Trivet was born in Somerset and was the son...

Last Update: 2021-10-17T10:53:31Z Word Count : 562 Synonim Nicholas Trivet

Frankoma Pottery

dinnerware although the company made many other products including figurines, trivets, and vases. All Frankoma pottery is made in the U.S. from locally excavated...

Last Update: 2021-03-19T18:48:22Z Word Count : 539 Synonim Frankoma Pottery

Corian

(212 °F), but can be damaged by excess heat. DuPont recommends the use of trivets when the material is installed in kitchens. Scratches: The material can...

Last Update: 2021-12-21T19:59:06Z Word Count : 1456 Synonim Corian

2011 Rwandan textile workers strike

places, or it can happen in the form of arrests or violence. When manager, Trivets Deepak of UTEXRWA, let the thirty-three workers go it was an act of paradox...

Last Update: 2020-11-16T14:03:39Z Word Count : 1402 Synonim 2011 Rwandan textile workers strike

The Man of Law's Tale

Nicholas Trivet's Les chronicles was a source for both authors. Wurtele provides a detailed compilation of the differences between Trivet's Chronicle...

Last Update: 2021-09-02T05:42:44Z Word Count : 1964 Synonim The Man of Law's Tale

Oven glove

(January 21, 2016). "Government feels heat on EU oven glove ruling". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved October 29, 2016. Pot-holder Trivet Food portal v t e...

Last Update: 2021-08-22T10:36:04Z Word Count : 160 Synonim Oven glove

Silicone

sheets; steamers, egg boilers or poachers; cookware lids, pot holders, trivets, and kitchen mats. Soup ladle and pasta ladle made of silicone A silicone...

Last Update: 2021-12-22T18:27:09Z Word Count : 4194 Synonim Silicone

Lasagne

lasagne comes from the Greek λάσανα (lasana) or λάσανον (lasanon) meaning 'trivet', 'stand for a pot' or 'chamber pot'. The Romans borrowed the word as lasanum...

Last Update: 2022-01-18T19:10:31Z Word Count : 1514 Synonim Lasagne

Jalebi

Zalābiya funiyya is a "sponge cake" version cooked in a special round pot on a trivet and cooked in a tannur. They are often stick shaped. They are eaten year-round...

Last Update: 2022-01-18T13:46:05Z Word Count : 1958 Synonim Jalebi

Microwave oven

an induction cooktop, leaves a potentially dangerous heating element or trivet that will stay hot for some time. Likewise, when taking a casserole out...

Last Update: 2022-01-12T18:19:11Z Word Count : 9655 Synonim Microwave oven

Kitchen stove

the cooking done mainly in cauldrons hung above the fire or placed on trivets. The heat was regulated by placing the cauldron higher or lower above the...

Last Update: 2021-12-18T02:22:45Z Word Count : 2490 Synonim Kitchen stove

Café de Paris sauce

serves its entrecôte on a bed of the sauce, on a platter kept hot atop a trivet with a warming candle in the base. Initially the sauce is a stiff whipped...

Last Update: 2021-05-26T20:15:38Z Word Count : 639 Synonim Café de Paris sauce

Bead

The bead designs were glued to cardboard or Masonite boards and used as trivets. Later, when the beads were made of polyethylene, it became possible to...

Last Update: 2021-11-24T02:12:12Z Word Count : 2153 Synonim Bead

Cross-stitch

make greeting cards, pillowtops, or as inserts for box tops, coasters and trivets. Multicoloured, shaded, painting-like patterns as we know them today are...

Last Update: 2022-01-01T23:46:37Z Word Count : 2188 Synonim Cross-stitch

Le Chasseur

Chasseur is a French brand of colorful enameled cast iron cookware and trivets. It is manufactured by the Invicta S.A. foundry based in Donchery in the...

Last Update: 2020-01-11T18:13:35Z Word Count : 74 Synonim Le Chasseur

Tsukumogami

confirmed, and in the Tsuchigumo Zōshi, there were depictions of gotoku (trivets) with heads, stamp mills with the body of a snake and two human arms attached...

Last Update: 2022-01-05T17:39:03Z Word Count : 2383 Synonim Tsukumogami

Eleanor de Montfort, Princess of Wales

Battle of Evesham (4 August 1265). According to the chroniclers, Nicholas Trivet, William Rishanger and others, Earl Simon had earlier made an alliance with...

Last Update: 2022-01-13T17:15:41Z Word Count : 763 Synonim Eleanor de Montfort, Princess of Wales

Brutus of Troy

it. Early chroniclers of Britain, such as Alfred of Beverley, Nicholas Trivet and Giraldus Cambrensis began their histories of Britain with Brutus. The...

Last Update: 2021-11-11T18:26:47Z Word Count : 1581 Synonim Brutus of Troy

J. & J. G. Low Art Tile Works

candlesticks, cast-iron stoves, clocks, fireplace surrounds, soda fountains, trivets, and walls. Several chemists and designers who worked for Low Art Tile...

Last Update: 2021-10-09T19:27:29Z Word Count : 182 Synonim J. & J. G. Low Art Tile Works

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Trivet

A trivet is an object placed between a serving dish or bowl, and a dining table, usually to protect the table from heat damage. Whilst tri- means three, and -vet comes from -ped, meaning 'foot' / 'feet', trivets often have four 'feet', and some trivets, including many wooden trivets, have no 'feet' at all. Trivet also refers to a tripod used to elevate pots from the coals of an open fire (the word trivet itself ultimately comes from Latin tripes meaning "tripod"). Metal trivets are often tripod-like structures with three legs to support the trivet horizontally to hold the dish or pot above the table surface. These are often included with modern non-electric pressure cookers. A trivet may often contain a receptacle for a candle that can be lit to keep food warm. A three-legged design can reduce wobbling on uneven surfaces. Modern trivets are made from metal, wood, ceramic, fabric, silicone or cork. When roasting any meat in an oven, trivet racks - which typically fit into roasting pans - are often used to enable the meat joint to be held above the direct heat of the roasting pan and allow the juices of the joint to drip into the roasting pan for the subsequent making of gravy. A trivet can also be made of freshly cut carrot, celery and onion. This not only raises the meat, it has the further advantage of providing a gravy-friendly liquid when the vegetables and juices are sieved at the end of cooking.


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