Now he believed that the habit of the ancients was to collect several milkings in a teacup, pour it into the Great Tun, fill up with water, and then skim off
the cream from time to time as the needs of the German Empire demanded.
The first to captivate and take his fancy were the pots, out of which he would have very gladly helped himself to a moderate pipkinful; then the wine skins secured his affections; and lastly, the produce of the frying-pans, if, indeed, such imposing cauldrons may be called frying-pans; and unable to control himself or bear it any longer, he approached one of the busy cooks and civilly but hungrily begged permission to soak a scrap of bread in one of the pots; to which the cook made answer, "Brother, this is not a day on which hunger is to have any sway, thanks to the rich Camacho; get down and look about for a ladle and skim off
a hen or two, and much good may they do you.
floating weeds with a net, rake, scoop or wooden board.
Once chilled, skim off
any fat that has risen to the top and reserve.
Make sure you skim off
any foam that appears on the surface of the soup.
The power scam is a perfect example of how they skim off
public money in innovative ways," stated P's report.
The machine will be required to drive into the drained filters, skim off
the top layer of dirty sand and load it to a following dumper.
skimming off room with ladle Do not skim off
But Angie Bray, leader of the London Assembly Conservative Group, said that "to skim off
a resource which is needed to relieve such poverty, is morally indefensible"
Insurers in the United States alone typically skim off
over 10 percent of health insurance premiums, while the administrative overhead for our most prominent public insurance program, Medicare, is less than 4 percent.
Meanwhile melt butter in microwave or pan, clarify or skim off
butter solids, leaving milky residue.
If you want to use the juices from the turkey, skim off
the fat first.