Many monkeys were shot in Gorgona Island, fricassees and broth being made of them for the sick men.
At least do not let it be said we can pass a Christmas without it, merely to make way for turkeys, fricassees, and ragouts!
M. le Colonel has his marmitons, and his fricassees, and his fine cuisine where he camps—ho!
The bottom, which is the top of the receptacles, is fried in paste, and enters largely into fricassees and ragouts.
Know ye not that there is a health inherent in the steam of sauces and fricassees?
Passing before the hostelry of the Trumpet, he was enticed by a celestial fragrance of fricassees.
Pilgrim on pilgrimage, wouldst thou pilgrimage through sauces and fricassees?
There were snails stewed or fried in oil, vinegar, and spices; frogs dressed into fricassees.
Oh, you city children couldn't get up such a frontier appetite for your fricassees, and mince-pies, if you tried a lifetime.
In popular belief, the fiddle and the frying-pan were their insignia, pirouettes and fricassees their highest achievements.