Thesaurus / mashed
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Brewis is made of crusts and dry pieces of bread, soaked a good while in hot milk, mashed up, and eaten with salt.

To three cupfuls of the mashed potatoes take one and one half cupfuls of fish.

"You help Bettie stir the soup and the mashed potatoes," said Jean, whisking off her apron and tying it about Mabel's neck.

Dandelion CottageCarroll Watson Rankin

She ate mint sauce and mashed potatoes, she ate green corn pudding, and a salad, and watermelon.

The Trumpeter SwanTemple Bailey

These may be mashed with a stout hoe or shovel, or with a block like a pavier's rammer.

GuanoSolon Robinson

The raspberries may be mashed with a spoon previous to adding the sugar, or rubbed through a wicker sieve.

The Art of CookeryJohn Mollard

About the most unappetizing thing I can think of is lumpy mashed potato, or mashed potato that is heavy and unseasoned.

The important point in this recipe is the quality of the mashed potato.

Serve very hot with a border of mashed potatoes, or any garniture you fancy.

Culture and CookingCatherine Owen

There was something in a dish that looked a little like mashed potatoes.

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