When some of the water is removed from the grenadier , its flesh becomes firm, and the meat flaky, says Crapo.
Fleets of mainly Spanish and Panamanian trawlers fish for deep-sea species such as the orange roughy and the round-nosed grenadier which are popular among consumers on the continent.
The grenadiers are characterized externally by having large heads, projecting snouts, and slender bodies that taper to whiplike tails, with no definitely demarked caudal fin.
In the old photos the cemetery hill is bare, but now it is wooded over, and the Hussars, Cossacks, infantrymen, grenadiers and all the rest are lying in the shade of the trees.
In early 1942 she was appointed Colonel-in-Chief of the Grenadier Guards , at sixteen she carried out her first public engagement, when she inspected the regiment.
At dusk on 14 October, two 400-man columns, one French grenadiers and chasseurs, the other American light infantry under Alexander Hamilton, attacked two redoubts in advance of the main British line.
After Sandhurst, Gort joined the Grenadier Guards .
He volunteered for the Royal Army Medical Corps in 1938 and was seconded to the Grenadier Guards , seeing action at Dunkirk and D Day.
The grenade may also have gone off prematurely as fuses were temperamental and several grenadiers in that era lost hands because of this.
I served in the Grenadier Guards and was on duty at Windsor many times and saw her on several occasions.