This is an excellent way of cooking an old partridge or pheasant.
I would at any time prefer a slice off the fillet of a buffalo to any pheasant.
I kill every pheasant I fire at; Plowden will tell you that!
He knighted the monkey, the dog and the pheasant, and made them his body-guard.
The pheasant was exquisite, and I ate with an epicurean enjoyment.
That is why the Indians have the Pheasant dance, as a part of the Green-corn dance.
Take a pheasant, raise his legs and wings as it were a hen and no sauce but only salt.
A rabbit or two scuttled away, and a pheasant flew off with a whirr.
If he sought no grouse on the hill, he had flushed a pheasant in the wood.
The fact was that just as he missed the pheasant he had taken his resolution, and seen his way.