Pare and core the fruit, after being wiped clean; then boil the cores and parings in a little water, till it tastes well.
For John is rich, and what does he care for odds and ends and parings?
One day I cooked a squash, putting the parings in a swill pail.
The pigs were Cedric's, but Gurth too would get his parings of them.
Save the parings and cores, and also some of the water in which the quinces were boiled.
A jelly may be made of the parings and cores for family use.
Oh rogue, of what devilish stuff are these dice made of,—the parings of the devils corns of his toes, that they run thus damnably?
With the parings of the finger-nails which Christians cut on the Sunday.
Place the parings in a preserving kettle and cover with cold water.
If he cuts his nails, he must throw the parings into a thicket.