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||To pour a liquor which has a sediment from its
original bottle into another without transferring the
sediment. The process of decanting sometimes occurs with old
||A hardy biennial plant which possesses powerful
flavouring properties which is used mainly in salads and soups.
||Ball shapes of bread dough, suet paste or short
crust pastry enclosing apples.
||Named after the town of Dundee in East Scotland,
this is a butter based cake with dried fruit and nuts. The top of
the cake is covered with sliced, blanched almonds.