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It also served as a prop for suet cake holders, which the birds love.
The fat of the rump or tail is considered a great delicacy, and in hot climates resembles oil, and in colder, suet.
DOMESTIC ANIMALSRICHARD L. ALLEN
Line a pudding-basin with good suet paste rolled out to half an inch thickness.
Well, I'll try and give you rice puddings, and suet ones too.
LITTLEBOURNE LOCKF. BAYFORD HARRISON
So they said they always put back some corn, some suet, or some other food material in exchange for the beans they took out.
No one ever forgot the roly-poly pudding made without suet; synthetic rubber was its scientific name.
Matron will keep it hot for me, but it's only suet pudding to-day with very little sugar.
WORKHOUSE CHARACTERSMARGARET WYNNE NEVINSON
A strip of suet representing a bone ran down the middle, and another outlined the edge, making it look like a porter-house cut.
LIVING ON A LITTLECAROLINE FRENCH BENTON
For suet crust you would use half a pound of suet chopped very fine, a teaspoonful of salt and a pound of flour.
Mix carefully the flour and suet and salt with enough cold water to make a pastry just soft enough to roll out.

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