Thesaurus / roast
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Charles Lamb's story of the discovery of roast pork comes into one's head with an effect of repartee.
WAR AND THE FUTUREH. G. WELLS
They eat many, roast and boiled, and leave them on the trees to ripen.
THE VOYAGES OF PEDRO FERNANDEZ DE QUIROSPEDRO FERNANDEZ DE QUIROS
The slaves carried baskets with cakes, roast meats and jars of hydromel.
THE TOURLOUIS COUPERUS
So they could have milk and eggs, and sometimes roast chicken for dinner, or roast mutton.
THE SANDMAN: HIS FARM STORIESWILLIAM J. HOPKINS
Roast mutton, like roast beef, is better served rather underdone, but should be a little more done than beef.
A roast leg of pork is also particularly well flavoured cooked in a paper bag.
PAPER-BAG COOKERYVERA SERKOFF
The hind quarter is the nicest part of the mutton to roast, and requires longer to cook than lamb.
HOUSEKEEPING IN OLD VIRGINIAMARION CABELL TYREE
The drum stick of a roast chicken or turkey is greatly improved by removing the tendons.
PUBLIC SCHOOL DOMESTIC SCIENCEMRS. J. HOODLESS
Prefer the bread-crust which has become dry in thy wallet to all the partridges that roast in the kitchen of lords.
THE CRIME OF SYLVESTRE BONNARDANATOLE FRANCE
Roast and boiled cheecan and curry; and look at the garden-stuff.
FITZ THE FILIBUSTERGEORGE MANVILLE FENN
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