He came back again with the boiled
mutton, and I was so excited by the appetising smell of it that I forgot the noise of the beast that had troubled me.
Still laughing and talking, the officers began hurriedly getting ready and again boiled
some muddy water in the samovar.
When we gave a dinner at home, we had gravy soup, turbot and lobster-sauce, haunch of mutton, boiled
fowls and tongue, lukewarm oyster-patties and sticky curry for side-dishes; wild duck, cabinet-pudding, jelly, cream and tartlets.
The coffee was never really made, but spluttered over every one, and boiled
away, doing just what was required of it--that is, providing much cause for much noise and laughter, and spoiling a costly rug and the baroness's gown.
We descended into the gorge and had a supper which would have been very satisfactory if the trout had not been boiled.
Baked, they were tough; and even boiled, they warn't things for a hungry man to hanker after.
A sulphurous smoke was curling amid the waves, which boiled
like water in a copper.
Between these dishes and the turkeys stood, on the one side, a prodigious chine of roasted bear’s meat, and on the other a boiled
leg of delicious mutton.
On draining the pasta, reserve 1 cup of boiled
Of course, bad eggs are out of the question, but an egg that's a little drier will peel better once it's boiled
In a bowl, mix all ingredients except for boiled
eggs and Vienna sausage.
The timer changes colour as the water boils and lets you choose light, medium or well boiled