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Some people succeed better in crumbing fish by sifting the crumbs on to it through a very fine strainer after it is egged.
A cheap and excellent dish is made by filleting the tail of cod, egging and crumbing the pieces and frying them.
Lamb cotelettes require great attention, both in cutting, bread-crumbing, and frying.
He felt that reality and stability were crumbing into an abyss of illusion and sorcery.
THE HOUR OF THE DRAGONROBERT E. HOWARD
These crumbs may be used for crumbing eggplant, oysters, veal cutlets or croquettes.
Add a tablespoonful of water to an egg used for crumbing in order to remove the stringiness.
If the preparation is well prepared, once bread-crumbing would be sufficient.
These were probably used, however, for crumbing bread, and not for sharpening tools.
ARCHOLOGY AND THE BIBLEGEORGE A. BARTON
You may roll or improve the shape, if there is any irregularity, while crumbing them.
CHOICE COOKERYCATHERINE OWEN

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