Broken meat

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fragments of meat or other food.

See also: Broken

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
"There must be classes--there must be rich and poor," Dives says, smacking his claret (it is well if he even sends the broken meat out to Lazarus sitting under the window).
Crupp, never mind the broken meats! I am very miserable!' - only that I doubted, even at that pass, if Mrs.
Squire Rattray, as I say, was seated at the head of his table, where the broken meats still lay as he and I had left them; his fingers, I remember, were playing with a crust, and his eyes fixed upon a distant door, as he leant back in his chair.
Next door was the kitchen, where they were washing up; white cooks were dipping their arms into cauldrons, while the waiters made their meal voraciously off broken meats, sopping up the gravy with bits of crumb.
Snagsby loads him with some broken meats from the table, which he carries away, hugging in his arms.
The passage reads: "So they did eat, and were filled: and they took up of the broken meat that was left in seven baskets.
Miscellany, according to the Oxford English Dictionary (OED), is a descendent of the Latin word miscellancus, meaning "a hash of broken meat".
Less distinctive and unconventional than some of the director's previous experimental work -- most notably "Broken Meat," her 1990 portrait of Beat poet Alan Granville -- this personal essay doesn't quite deliver the emotional rewards it promises, but is sufficiently engrossing to land festival and TV dates.
combinations -- broken meat, vacuum packed -- deboned body meat, packed in