Definition of 'granary'
Example sentences containing 'granary'
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Two boiled eggs served with a slice of granary or wholemeal toast and a small glass of orange juice.The Sun (2013)
Try poached eggs on granary toast.The Sun (2008) The Sun (2014)
Serve the tomato, mushrooms and eggs with a slice of wholemeal or granary toast.The Sun (2014)
Two poached eggs served with a grilled tomato, some grilled mushrooms and a slice of granary or wholemeal toast.The Sun (2013) Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Breakfast: Two poached eggs on one slice of granary toast with grilled mushrooms.The Sun (2010) Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Two pieces of granary or wholemeal toast spread lightly with peanut butter (do not use butter too).The Sun (2011)
Breakfast: One slice of granary toast thickly spread with peanut butter with a sliced apple on the side.The Sun (2011)
Breakfast: Two poached eggs on a slice of granary toast and a little butter with a glass of orange juice.The Sun (2012)
The granary toast that came with my Dorset crab was piping hot: how many other brigades of waiters manage hot toast?Times, Sunday Times (2009)
BREAKFAST: Two poached eggs with grilled tomatoes and a slice of granary toast.The Sun (2013)
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