chewet

chewet

(ˈtʃuːɪt)
n
(Cookery) a food made from minced meat or fish combined with fruit and spices and cooked by either baking, boiling, or frying
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Chewet al., "The Oct4 and Nanog transcription network regulates pluripotency in mouse embryonic stem cells," Nature Genetics, vol.
Even more startling is what Gervase Markham describes as " 'a more humble Feast of an ordinary proportion, which any good man may keep in his Family, for the entertainment of his true and worthy friends[;] it must hold limitation with his provision, and the season of the year.' " His "humble" first course includes sixteen dishes--a shield of brawn with mustard, a boiled capon, a boiled piece of beef, a chine of beef roasted, a neat's tongue roasted, a roasted pig, baked chewets, a roasted goose, a roasted swan, a roasted turkey, a roasted haunch of venison, a venison pasty, a kid with a pudding in its belly, an olive-pie [of little meat rolls], a couple of capons, a custard or small tarts.