Madeira In a large mixing bowl, combine the tuna, vinegar, cream, parsley, salt and pepper.
Pour the water, wine and Madeira into a large saucepan and set the pan over a medium-high flame until the water comes to a boil.
A single meal could include clove, cumin, jalapeños, Madeira, sweet potatoes, and whipped heavy cream.
Of course, I was posted in the movements of the Portuguese and his friends, but the trip to Madeira is clever.
Mix all together, and moisten it with a quart of Madeira, and a pint of brandy.
In the larger towns of course any beverage of the day was kept at the taverns—sherry toddy, mulled wine, Madeira, and cider.
Jelly may be made in a similar manner of Madeira, marasquin, or noyau.
I blundered—God knows how—into attributing the tremors of the lovers to "the Woods of Madeira," by which they were surrounded.
It has the climate of Madeira, and is fanned by the sea-breezes that invigorate but do not chill.
Besides the "Madeira wine," so famous among convivialists, there are others of higher price and superior estimation.