Roll them up, and place them with their roes on a greased baking-sheet.
Dip the roes and melts in the yolk of an egg; flour them, and fry them of a fine brown, and have fried parsley and sippets ready.
Put the roes in the centre of a hot platter and garnish the bacon around it.
The roes are made into caviare, and the sounds and muscular parts into isinglass.
Then broil the shad, and when done put it on a dish together with the roes.
They are fond of caviar, made of roes of fish, and scarcely less disgusting than huigal.
The roes of the Highlands supply the strength which has been wasted on the town hinds.
When she had finished her operation, she filled a water kettle nearly full of water, and poured the roes into it.
He took the roes out of a bag, and having bruised them between two stones, put them in water to soak.
The roes are also carefully preserved, and form a favourite article of their food.