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Cannon swore lustily that they might swallow the wormy-jelly themselves, and asked for some other potage.
There was potage St. Germain, made as only the French can make it.
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In health you may season the potage with a little juyce of Orange.
But green herbs do rob the strength and vigor and Cream of the Potage.
Potage is the modern word for soup, and is used in bills of fare everywhere.
One pound of beef is enough to make broth for a potage for three or four persons.
Chicken and turkey broth are often called potage de santé (potage of health).
Potage Printanier (called also Jardinière and à la Paysanne).
Although this dish is a regular potage, and served as such, still many Italians make a meal of it.
After having cut off the fleshy parts, the bones are cracked and used to make the potage.

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