By my troth I had thought to carve you like a capon
Order a larded hare, a fat capon
, mutton leg dressed with garlic, and four bottles of old Burgundy.
It was a wonderfully delicate piece of carving, and in a moment, through one of the rents of his gown, you espied a fat capon
hung round the monk's waist.
Wardle; for the fat boy was hanging fondly over a capon
, which he seemed wholly unable to part with.
If any volume could have manifested its essential wisdom in the mode suggested, it would certainly have been the one now in Hepzibah's hand; and the kitchen, in such an event, would forthwith have streamed with the fragrance of venison, turkeys, capons
, larded partridges, puddings, cakes, and Christmas pies, in all manner of elaborate mixture and concoction.
Then, while beyond in the forest bright fires crackled and savory smells of sweetly roasting venison and fat capons
filled the glade, and brown pasties warmed beside the blaze, did Robin Hood entertain the Sheriff right royally.
A pair of cold capons
, a mortress of brawn, or what you will, with a flask or two of the right Gascony.
Besides, there is the matter of capons
for the San Francisco market.
AND THE REPLIES; REPLY: Bankers' association boss Brian Capon
is taken in; REPLY: Ross says he's happy to take on our bogus project; REPLY: Nat West man Ronan Kelleher doesn't smell a rat
One of them, Phil Capon
, of Shieldfield, Newcastle, said the terrorist exercise in front of him ignored the real threats the UK faces.
, Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Adenosine Therapeutics.
Spokesman Phil Capon
said: "I think a new incinerator would be a disaster for the city.