nombles

nombles

(ˈnʌmbəlz)
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(Cookery) a variant spelling of numbles
References in classic literature ?
I can wind my horn, though I call not the blast either a recheate or a morte I can cheer my dogs on the prey, and I can flay and quarter the animal when it is brought down, without using the newfangled jargon of curee, arbor, nombles, and all the babble of the fabulous Sir Tristrem.
14) The Forme of Cury's `Noumbles in Lent' (117) and other recipes for fish nombles use fish, but call for fish-blood and other ingredients which would make the fish resemble the `flesh-day' stew, such as a breadcrumb thickening, while the Harley 5401 recipe is simply mussels stewed in almond milk.
A pie made from offal was originally a numble pie (from the French word nombles and Latin lumbulus meaning a little loin).