As a change for beef, have legs or chines of pork, or tongue of ox or hart.
I can see the cliffs and chines and sands basking, like myself, in the sun.
The cause of these chines seems to be the same in all cases.
It was once just like one of those Chines which we used to see at Bournemouth.
This drawing is of a simplified hull form having flat-bottom hulls with chines.
One of these chines, near Boscomb, has been deepened twenty feet within a few years.
The chines and spareribs are but slightly salted and laid on top of the bulk of neat meat.
That such is their genesis and history is as certain as that erosion produced the Chines in the Isle of Wight.
Salt the chines lightly—their surface, cut all over, takes up too much salt if permitted.
Chines can be hung up in three weeks, and cured with a very light smoking, along with the bags of sausage.