Encircle this ragout with the fried cutlets, and crown with a cauliflower.
It was some sort of a ragout, he knew, and he lusted for it.
Odors of highly seasoned macaroni and ragout steamed from them.
A ragout was served before Formosanta, which her father was very fond of.
Either smothered in onions or in a ragout they are excellent.
I have had some ragout veal, and I mean to have some haricot mutton to-morrow.
In a similar way may be made currie (powder), ragout (spice), and several other similar wines used in the kitchen.
I can most solemnly assert that I never wish to taste a better dinner than a joint of a donkey or a ragout of cat—experto crede.
Haricot, har′i-ko, -kot, n. a kind of ragout or stew of mutton and beans or other vegetables: the kidney-bean or French bean.
Such as chose stew or ragout, ate it from a wooden bowl, scooping up the mess in their bare hands.