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A cold roast turkey should be larded and served up with large spoonfuls of stiff currant jelly dropped all over it.
She came rather suddenly to herself when she grew aware of her larded hands pressed against her clean apron.
FLAMSTED QUARRIESMARY E. WALLER
And yet, in point of fact, no milder man ever larded a woodcock or stuffed it with truffles.
And all those fine, subtle paragraphs were larded out with recipes how to make money.
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They are also served with a sauce poivrade, or sweet sauce; they may also be larded.
They are also good larded, or one larded and the other barded.
Grouse, partridges, and quail may be larded in the same manner.
It may be larded as beef à la mode, or not; it may be put whole in the pan or in large dice, according to taste.
They may also be larded with salt pork, and then broiled with or without being enveloped in paper.
It is not good eating, but can be improved by being well larded with mutton fat when roasted.

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