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Do we say   stakes   or  steaks

Do we say stakes or steaks

stakes 545 occurrences

On August 21, I set a series of stakes in the Maclure Glacier, near Mount Lyell, and found its rate of motion to be little more than an inch a day in the middle, showing a great contrast to the Muir Glacier in Alaska, which, near the front, flows at a rate of from five to ten feet in twenty-four hours.

Madam, I was sent after you; my Lady Fulbank has challeng'd Sir Feeble at Bowls, and stakes a Ring of fifty Pound against his new Chariot.

But the stakes were swept into the arms and then the canvas bag of the winner.

With all these stakes to play for, Nelly outdid herself.

When he was playing cards for high stakes one evening, two guardias civiles entered the gambling house and one touched Shillito's arm.

The stakes are high, and if on the one hand the game calls forth an immense amount of resource, skill, alertness, self-control, endurance, courage, and even tenderness, helpfulness, and fidelity; on the other hand, it is liable to let loose pretty bad passions of vindictiveness and cruelty, as well as to lead to an awful accumulation of mental and physical suffering and of actual material loss.

After dinner the boys took down the tents and put them on the train that Sunday afternoon, singing decent songs as they pulled up the stakes and rolled up the canvas, and on the train, late in the night, we could hear "Old Hundred" being sung as the cars ran through the pennyrial district of Indiana.

The performers just walked right over the cannibals, and mauled them with stakes, and all the dogs that had not been killed were pulled away from the heathen, and saved.

The fortunes of the players vary, and there are occasionalvery occasionalopen rumpuses; but the players and the stakes remain the same.

Ropes strung along iron stakes driven into the ground kept curious visitors at a distance.

At midnight the show would pull up stakes at Centreville.

This he agreed to do, and as the extent of his allotment was marked out by "stakes," the castle became known as the castle of "stakes" or Palo, which in time became Pau.

This he agreed to do, and as the extent of his allotment was marked out by "stakes," the castle became known as the castle of "stakes" or Palo, which in time became Pau.

As soon as the result of the Hormigueros fight became known in Mayaguezabout nine o'clock on the 10thColonel Soto, the commander, "pulled up stakes."

We're playing for high stakes, Mr. Lyndon, and you" he paused"well, I'm inclined to think that you've the ace of trumps.

The wretched inhabitants take refuge on the sand-hills, or in little huts, which they construct on the summits of lofty stakes, whose elevation is conformable to that of the highest tides.

Providing themselves with iron or steel armour, to defend them from the arrows of these people, they use wooden stakes, pointed like weapons of iron, and arrows not having iron heads, but infused with poison which they extract from certain trees, and they thus slay some of their foes, who, trusting to the virtue of these stones, wear no defensive armour.

"Every evening we made a great fire and built a shelter out of a large hollow piece of bark, fixed on four stakes.

Behind these he raised a rampart and wall twelve feet high: to this he added a parapet and battlements, with large stakes cut like stags' horns, projecting from the junction of the parapet and battlements, to prevent the enemy from scaling it, and surrounded the entire work with turrets, which were eighty feet distant from one another.

These stakes being sunk into this trench, and fastened firmly at the bottom, to prevent the possibility of their being torn up, had their branches only projecting from the ground.

There were five rows in connection with, and intersecting each other; and whoever entered within them were likely to impale themselves on very sharp stakes.

In these pits tapering stakes, of the thickness of a man's thigh, sharpened at the top and hardened in the fire, were sunk in such a manner as to project from the ground not more than four inches; at the same time for the purpose of giving them strength and stability, they were each filled with trampled clay to the height of one foot from the bottom: the rest of the pit was covered over with osiers and twigs, to conceal the deceit.

Stakes a foot long, with iron hooks attached to them, were entirely sunk in the ground before these, and were planted in every place at small intervals; these they called spurs.

Our troops, as each man's post had been assigned him some days before, man the fortifications; they intimidate the Gauls by slings, large stones, stakes which they had placed along the works, and bullets.

It may be the truth, the whole truth will only be known to the world in some distant century; but he, anxious to hasten its advent and prevent the irreparable, courageously stakes all that he has, person, position, fame, affections, and friendships. . . .

Price of the slaves who work it 1143 (proportion to-jugerum-) Vines and stakes 2000 Loss of interest during the first two years 497 Total 4640 sesterces= 47 pounds.

Spirit of the System), and the expenses of the maintenance of the vines, stakes, and slaves, are omitted from the estimate.

For she was mad to go,that audacious spirit of adventure still working very strong in her,and she, like a winning gamester, must for ever be playing for higher and higher stakes.

Then I felt like a man who has played away all his property and stakes his last crownheavy-hearted, yet hoping against hope that luck may turn, and that with this piece he may win back all his money.

Sometimes they sat upon stakes in a patriotic, spread-eagle (American eagle) attitude, as if drying their wings,a curious sight till one became accustomed to it.

One often sees them engaged in the manufacture of textilesshawls, girdles, ponchos, and blanketson hand looms fastened to stakes driven into the ground.

Having the good fortune one night to win a very great sum at a public gaming, just as he sweep'd the stakes, a noble Venetian, who by some casualties in life was reduced in his circumstances, could not help crying out, heavens!

Stakes have been driven into the ground to mark the space to be occupied by each band, and behind them, arranged in a semicircle, are the different families, under the charge of a head man.

Besides these he had to carry food and other burdens, which would vary according to the length and object of the march, such as stakes for encampment, tools, &c.

To the second line stakes were given, with orders to plant them so as to form a palisade; and the first line, when the chariots charged, retired behind the palisade, while the light troops advanced through the gaps and hurled missiles at the horses and drivers.

And the play had been fast and furious, although nominally for small stakes.

Even now, though he had steadied himself wonderfully, he could not get on without a little mild gamblinghalf-crown pool, whist with half-guinea pointsbut when he condescended to such small stakes he felt that he had settled down into a respectable middle-aged player, and had a right to rebuke the follies of youth.

His netting establishment alone, consisted of one captain, one lieutenant, twelve mounted huntsmen, six varlets to attend the bloodhounds; six whips, who had under their charge sixty hounds; and one hundred bowmen on foot, carrying large stakes for fixing the nets and tents, which were carried by fifty six-horsed chariots.

he rejoined sharply; and then, with the instinct that bids us appreciate the extent of our relief by passing an annoyance along, "Don't you know it's a penal offence to disturb claim stakes?" He had suddenly discovered that he preferred to find claim stakes on claims.

he rejoined sharply; and then, with the instinct that bids us appreciate the extent of our relief by passing an annoyance along, "Don't you know it's a penal offence to disturb claim stakes?" He had suddenly discovered that he preferred to find claim stakes on claims.

CHAPTER XVIII BIG STAKES IN A BIG GAME

The goal is a hole in the ground, in which the stakes, usually consisting of other shells of the same kind, are deposited.

While they were looking for a good spot to drive in the stakes for the snare, they heard the voice of Tagamaling in the trees, saying, "Duling, Duling, come in!

There ain't nothin' better than a colored cook; but jus' let me tell you, Miss Miriam, my sister's mighty particular 'bout goin' to places an' takin' her family, an' furniture, an' settin' herself up to live when she don't know whether things is fixed an' settled there, or whether the fust thing she knows is she's got to pull up stakes an' git out agin.

From this point we found the trail measured and mile stakes driven by Mr. Lyon's party, but the Indians have removed several.

Drawing near, where she could listen unseen, she heard their conversation; heard them obtain her grandfather's promise to rob Mrs. Jarley of the tin box in which she kept her savingsand to play a game of cards with them, with its contents for stakes.

"So we pulled up stakes an' come out here: but it weren't long afore the noise follered us, wuss 'n ever, an' we found out at last what it was.

Their only homes were rude huts which they could put up or tear down at very short notice; and so when they heard of more fertile lands or a warmer climate across the mountains to the south they used to pull up stakes and migrate in a body, never to return.

They had played for high stakes there in the old days before the war.

But they were playing for higher stakes now!

n 1920, 1921, by The Century Co. CONTENTS I TALES IN THE RAIN II HAVOC III UP STAKES IV THE FINE OLD FARMHOUSE V THE WHEELS BEGIN TO TURN VI

He looked at the dollar bill, and then he saidquite out loud "Poor, poor dears!" CHAPTER III UP STAKES That night, Kenelm could not sleep.

The manner of this cruel execution is as follows: four stakes are driven down, making a long square; the culprit is extended naked between these stakes, face downwards; his hands and his feet are bound separately, with strong cords, to each of the stakes, so far apart that his arms and legs, stretched in the form of St. Andrew's cross, give the poor wretch no chance of stirring.

The manner of this cruel execution is as follows: four stakes are driven down, making a long square; the culprit is extended naked between these stakes, face downwards; his hands and his feet are bound separately, with strong cords, to each of the stakes, so far apart that his arms and legs, stretched in the form of St. Andrew's cross, give the poor wretch no chance of stirring.

The manner of this cruel execution is as follows: four stakes are driven down, making a long square; the culprit is extended naked between these stakes, face downwards; his hands and his feet are bound separately, with strong cords, to each of the stakes, so far apart that his arms and legs, stretched in the form of St. Andrew's cross, give the poor wretch no chance of stirring.

"The women are subjected to these punishments as rigorously as the mennot even pregnancy exempts them; in that case, before binding them to the stakes, a hole is made in the ground to accommodate the enlarged form of the victim.

They themselves order the punishment of one of these poor creatures, and with a dry eye see their victim bound to four stakes; they count the blows, and raise a voice of menace, if the arm that strikes relaxes, or if the blood does not flow in sufficient abundance.

The principal preparation for punishment that Bellows had, was single handcuffs made of iron, with chains, by which the offender could be chained to four stakes on the ground.

At seeing them drive down the stakes for a regular flogging he yielded, and took them off.

And the cow-camp was still Simsby's when the locating engineers of the Western Pacific, searching for tank stations in a land where water was scarce and hard to come by, drove their stakes along the north line of the quarter-section; and having named their last station Alphonse, christened this one Gaston.

Then they pay in the stakes to Salome, which she lays on the table in front of her.

The next mornin', however, when we got up we found a bully pinto pony tied to one of our tent stakes.

" "How high did the stakes run?"

It is true that the rise may be to the gallows; but if one plays for high stakes, one must risk one's purse.

How do they know that the stakes are not what they're said to be?

I want to have another look at the Ferrar Glacier, to measure the stakes put out by Wright last year, to bring my sledging impressions up to date (one loses details of technique very easily), and finally to see what we can do with our cameras.

Here we found the stakes placed by Wright across the glacier, and spent the remainder of the day and the whole of the 20th in plotting their position accurately.

Sure enough it was; we camped near the outer end, and climbing on to it soon found the depot of fodder left by Campbell and the line of stakes planted to guide our ponies in the autumn.

There came to the faces of all the tense look, the drawn and lined visage which is concomitant to play for considerable stakes.

Do you remember what the stakes werethen?

" "Sweetpeas ought to be planted on chicken wire supported by stakes and running from east to west," said Margaret wisely, "but under the circumstances, I don't see why you couldn't fence in the vegetable garden with sweetpeas.

And the stakes will be worth winning, I assure you.

When he was young and winning stakes it seemed different.

For higher stakes.

They also had cement, reinforcing iron, lumber for forms and a small tool house hauled out to the power site and they drove the first stakes to show the position of wheel and pipe line.

The old man was thoughtful and looked on silently while the dam breast stakes were being driven every three feet at the end of a stretched cord, the other end pivoting on the center stake below, this giving the required curve.

Gus dropped his shovel and came from the creekside where he had begun to dig alongside of the stakes for the foundation.

"Uncle'll hold the stakes.

Nor were they wanting to find out a place of retreat, but dug a cave in the most retired part of a thick wood, to secure their wives and children, with their provision and chiefest goods, surrounded with innumerable stakes, and having a most subtle entrance, in case any mischief should happen either from their fellow countrymen, or the devouring savages.

The bees take no heed, they pass from flower to flower, seeking the sweet honey to store at home in the hive, as their bee ancestors did before the Roman legions marched to Cowey Stakes.

"It is a dead thing," Pym would roar, flinging down the manuscript,"a dead thing because the stakes your man is playing for, a woman's love, is less than a wooden counter to you.

The path of originality is even harder than the path of the transgressor, because the stakes for which the man of genius plays are so tremendous.

And I have seen negro men tied to stakes drove in the ground and whipped because they would not mind their master; but most white folks were better to their slaves and treated them better than they are now.

It afterward transpired that the hunters had spent most of the afternoon in her ladyship's distant lodge playing bridge for rather high stakes.

Penelope, who could not afford to play for stakes, and had the courage to say so, sat back and listened to the conversation of her brother and the group around him.

"My first proceeding, after locking up the shop, was to rig up, with the green grocer's stakes and Mrs. Kosminsky's cord, a firm pair of standards to support the guys.

Then I took a hearty breakfast, after which I repaired to my bedroom with a hamper of straw, a bundle of small stakes and a quantity of odd rags.

Slowly I trundled the invaluable little vehicle up the street, never losing touch of the curb, flinging the stakes and cordage into the road as I went, until I had brought it to the corner of a street about a quarter of a mile from my house; and there I abandoned it, making my way back as fast as I could to the museum.

Under that thatch, which was torn by the stakes of their village, they had discovered the fugitives, that is to say, a sure prey for them, because the barrier of the falls would sooner or later oblige those unfortunate ones to land on one or the other side of the river.

Play began for small sums, but rose to higher stakes; and presently Matta was awakened by the loud indignation of their unfortunate guest to find the cards flying through the air.

The play continued in my favour until the little Swiss, having passed over the stakes, apologised again, and would have retired.

The race was understood to be won by the Eclipse, but was so close that the stakes were never paid.

After about ten days have elapsed the lambs are picketed out of doors, being tethered with fibre or such other light material, to stakes planted some distance apart so that the little fellows may not injure themselves as they frisk together all day.

But to have sat down to a whist-table and not be able to pay the stakes was held to be so foul a disgrace that men did not wonder that he should have disappeared.

Where can that be except where a democracy has been waging a religious war against its own great evil, and has repented in blood for having used all kinds of men as the white and black pawns in its games of selfish politics, with its own country for the board, and her peace and happiness lying in the pool for stakes?

Its entry is not above a cross-bow shot in breadth, and the interior part is 10 leagues in circumference, having three little islands to which ships may be fastened by means of stakes, where they are safe from every wind that blows, being everywhere shut in by high mountains as in a house.

These fellows he fought were desperate criminals, playing for high stakes, conspiring to even commit murder to achieve their objectwhich could be nothing less than gaining possession of the Coolidge fortune.

THE WILLOW.No trees in this country are of more use than the species of this genus: many are grown for basket-makers in form of osiers, and other larger sorts serve for stakes, rails, hop-poles, and many other useful purposes.

The Maori pas or stockaded and intrenched villages, usually perched on cliffs and jutting points overhanging river or sea, were defended by a double palisade, the outer fence of stout stakes, the inner of high solid trunks.

The sailors pitch the stakes and mallets out on to the bank and spring ashore.

steaks 179 occurrences

The Boy brought it, and Mr. Benham triumphantly sawed off two fine large steaks.

The moose-steaks had vanished like the "snaw-wreath in the thaw" before anything much was said, save: "Nothin' th' matter with moose, hey?" "Nop! Bet your life.

To fry BEEF-STEAKS.

Take your beef steaks and beat them with the back of a knife, fry them in butter over a quick fire, that they may be brown before they be too much done; when they are enough put them into an earthen pot whilst you have fry'd them all; pour out the fat, and put them into your pan with a little gravy, an onion shred very small, a spoonful of catchup and a little salt; thicken it with a little butter and flour, the thickness of cream.

Beef-steaks are proper for a side-dish.

BEEF-STEAKS another Way.

Take your beef-steaks and beat them with the back of a knife, strow them over with a little pepper and salt, lay them on a grid-iron over a clear fire, turning 'em whilst enough; set your dish over a chafing-dish of coals, with a little brown gravy; chop an onion or Shalot as small as pulp, and put it amongst the gravy; (if your steaks be not over much done, gravy will come therefrom;) put it on a dish and shake it all together.

Take your beef-steaks and beat them with the back of a knife, strow them over with a little pepper and salt, lay them on a grid-iron over a clear fire, turning 'em whilst enough; set your dish over a chafing-dish of coals, with a little brown gravy; chop an onion or Shalot as small as pulp, and put it amongst the gravy; (if your steaks be not over much done, gravy will come therefrom;) put it on a dish and shake it all together.

To fry MUTTON STEAKS.

Two Side-dishes, Salt Fish and Beef-Steaks.

Two Side Dishes, minc'd Pies, Mutton Steaks, with Mushrooms and Balls.

Rump, to ragoo Collar'd to eat cold Dutch to make to pot Steaks to fry do.

" I looked around, and it struck me that the trade of the place mainly consisted in chops and steaks for chance customers at mid-day, and tea and cake for those swarms of women who each afternoon buzz around that long line of windows of the "world's provider."

Mrs. SAGOE, for terseness and brevity, your steaks surpass any I have ever met with."

EPICUREAN SAUCE FOR STEAKS, CHOPS, GRAVIES, OR FISH.

It is called by old authors the "barren onion," and is used in sauces and pickles, soups and made dishes, and as an accompaniment to chops and steaks.

Sufficient for a pudding. SAUCE ROBERT, for Steaks, &c. 515.

Put in the gravy and seasoning, and boil it gently for 10 minutes; skim off the fat, add the mustard, vinegar, and lemon-juice; give it one boil, and pour round the steaks, or whatever dish the sauce has been prepared for.

A GOOD SAUCE FOR STEAKS.

Either pour a little of the sauce over the steaks or mix it in the gravy.

HOT SPICE, a Delicious Adjunct to Chops, Steaks, Gravies, &c. 524.

2. Rump,the finest part for steaks.

Two ribs, called the chuck-rib,used for second quality of steaks.

INGREDIENTS.6 oz. of flour, 2 eggs, not quite 1 pint of milk, salt to taste, 1-1/2 lb. of rump-steaks, 1 kidney, pepper and salt.

Cut the steaks into nice square pieces, with a small quantity of fat, and the kidney divide into small pieces.

Make a batter of flour, eggs, and milk in the above proportion; lay a little of it at the bottom of a pie-dish; then put in the steaks and kidney, which should be well seasoned with pepper and salt, and pour over the remainder of the batter, and bake for 1-1/2 hour in a brisk but not fierce oven.

BEEF-STEAKS AND OYSTER SAUCE.

Have the steaks cut of an equal thickness, broil them over a very clear fire, turning them often, that the gravy may not escape.

Have the steaks cut from a rump that has hung a few days, that they may be tender, and be particular that every portion is perfectly sweet.

Cut the steaks into pieces about 3 inches long and 2 wide, allowing a small piece of fat to each piece of lean, and arrange the meat in layers in a pie-dish.

We have directed that the meat shall be cut smaller than is usually the case; for on trial we have found it much more tender, more easily helped, and with more gravy, than when put into the dish in one or two large steaks.

BEEF-STEAKS WITH FRIED POTATOES, or BIFTEK AUX POMMES-DE-TERRE (a la mode Francaise).

Now broil the steaks over a bright clear fire, turning them frequently, that every part may be equally done: as they should not be thick, 5 minutes will broil them.

To have this dish in perfection, a portion of the fillet of the sirloin should be used, as the meat is generally so much more tender than that of the rump, and the steaks should be cut about 1/3 of an inch in thickness. Time.5 minutes to broil the steaks, and about the same time to fry the potatoes.

To have this dish in perfection, a portion of the fillet of the sirloin should be used, as the meat is generally so much more tender than that of the rump, and the steaks should be cut about 1/3 of an inch in thickness. Time.5 minutes to broil the steaks, and about the same time to fry the potatoes.

BROILED BEEF-STEAKS or RUMP-STEAKS.

BROILED BEEF-STEAKS or RUMP-STEAKS.

Sprinkle a little salt over the fire, put on the gridiron for a few minutes, to get thoroughly hot through; rub it with a piece of fresh, suet, to prevent the meat from sticking, and lay on the steaks, which should be cut of an equal thickness, about 3/4 of an inch, or rather thinner, and level them by beating them as little as possible with a rolling-pin.

Have ready a very hot dish, into which put the ketchup, and, when liked, a little minced shalot; dish up the steaks, rub them over with butter, and season with pepper and salt.

The exact time for broiling steaks must be determined by taste, whether they are liked underdone or well done; more than from 8 to 10 minutes for a steak 3/4 inch in thickness, we think, would spoil and dry up the juices of the meat.

Great expedition is necessary in sending broiled steaks to table; and, to have them in perfection, they should not be cooked till everything else prepared for dinner has been dished up, as their excellence entirely depends on their being served very hot.

Although broiling is a far superior method of cooking steaks to frying them, yet, when the cook is not very expert, the latter mode may be adopted; and, when properly done, the dish may really look very inviting, and the flavour be good.

The steaks should be cut rather thinner than for broiling, and with a small quantity of fat to each.

Put some butter or clarified dripping into a frying-pan; let it get quite hot, then lay in the steaks.

Turn them frequently until done, which will be in about 8 minutes, or rather more, should the steaks be very thick.

They should be sent to table quickly, as, when cold, the steaks are entirely spoiled.

Where much gravy is liked, make it in the following manner:As soon as the steaks are done, dish them, pour a little boiling water into the frying-pan, add a seasoning of pepper and salt, a small piece of butter, and a tablespoonful of Harvey's sauce or mushroom ketchup.

Have the steaks cut rather thin, slightly beat them to make them level, cut them into 6 or 7 pieces, brush over with egg, and sprinkle with herbs, which should be very finely minced; season with pepper and salt, and roll up the pieces tightly, and fasten with a small skewer.

Have the steaks cut rather thick from a well-hung rump of beef, and sprinkle over them a seasoning of pepper and salt.

Have the steaks cut tolerably thick and rather lean; divide them into convenient-sized pieces, and fry them in the butter a nice brown on both sides.

Cleanse and pare the vegetables, cut the onions and carrots into thin slices, and the turnips into dice, and fry these in the same fat that the steaks were done in.

INGREDIENTS.A few thick steaks of cold ribs or sirloin of beef, 2 oz. of butter, 1 onion sliced, pepper and salt to taste, 1/2 glass of port wine, a little flour to thicken, 1 or 2 dozen oysters, rather more than 1/2 pint of water.

This is a favourite dish with lamb or mutton chops, rump-steaks, &c. Time.

At the fire were roasting juicy steaks of venison, pheasants, capons, and fresh fish from the river.

There go the steaks!"

"I got pretty hungry by noon, so I stopped to let my horse eat a little, and looked at my steaks, and they was cooked just as nice as I ever see steaks cooked in my life; and they was good, too, you bet.

"I got pretty hungry by noon, so I stopped to let my horse eat a little, and looked at my steaks, and they was cooked just as nice as I ever see steaks cooked in my life; and they was good, too, you bet.

On the 28th they tried steaks for dinner cut from a young shark, which Banks and Solander reported as very good, but the crew refused to taste them.

Well, we cut up the horse, an' carried the flesh an' marrowbones into camp, takin' care to leave the hoofs an' skin behind, an' sot to work an' roasted steaks an' marrowbones.

" "'Steaks an' marrow-bones,' says Martin.

During this period, Dick, and Crusoe, and Charlie had many excursions together, and the silver rifle full many a time sent death to the heart of bear, and elk, and buffalo; while, indirectly, it sent joy to the heart of man, woman, and child in camp, in the shape of juicy steaks and marrow-bones.

Inside of five minutes he had the bannock loaves in the big tin reflector, and half an hour later the sheep steaks were fried, the potatoes done, and the bannock baked to a golden brown.

Close to the fire Metoosin was kneeling, and from the big black skittle he was holding over the coals came the hissing and sputtering of fat caribou steaks, and about the pleasantest smell that had ever come Muskwa's way.

" They had a couple of steaks, split a Caesar salad, and drank wine while they talked about old times and the state of the world.

" "Have some steaks, then.

I should like to have you run over to the provision store, and order some beef-steaks.

Meat, Meatose, Nutmeatose, and Nutvejo, &c., endorse the verdict of the best judges that there are no other Nut Meats equal to them for Roasts, Stews, Pies, Hashes, Sandwiches, Chops, Steaks, and Rissoles.

I am taken home in a sad plight, to have beef-steaks put to my eyes, and am rubbed with vinegar and brandy, and find a great white puffy place on my upper lip, and for several days I remain in the house with a green shade over my eyes, and yet feeling that I did right to fight the butcher.

Have two steaks, three steaks, four steaks, any number of them.

Have two steaks, three steaks, four steaks, any number of them.

Have two steaks, three steaks, four steaks, any number of them.

" "Have another of these beautiful broiled steaks," said Willet, "and you'll be sure it's the finest night that ever was or ever will be.

Knowing that it was wise to economize and even to increase their strength, they ate abundantly of the bear steaks, afterward craving water, which they were forced to do withoutthe one great flaw in their position, since the warriors might hold them there to perish of thirst.

Stewed beef too, and ample round, and filet de boeuf saute dans sa glace, and stewed rump-steaks, and ox-tail soup.

We recommend our correspondent, Qy? to steep shalots and tarragon in vinegar, to be used as a sauce with rump-steaks.

The broth reviving, and the bread was fair, The small beer grateful and as pepper strong, The beaf-steaks tender, and the pot-herbs young.

Run down to the store, will you, and get a couple of porterhouse steaks, there's a dear.

I hardly ever buy porterhouse steaks any more since I learned that trick.

His adventures with the strolling players, the insight he gives us into the life of a journeyman shoemaker, and his reminiscences of his friends, the Jew old-clothes-men, the pick-pockets, and the prize-fighters, are so many steaks cut warm from the living world, and are good, substantial food for thought.

Red Coat, if we only had some of his precious bear steaks how welcome to us they would be!" "Go on, Tayoga.

But it is not enough merely to wish for Black Rifle's bear steaks.

And I've got plenty of bear steaks already cooked for you.

One might have excellent steaks and roasts and delicious veal; for the heifers were being butchered as the Germans had taken all fodder.

It met at a tavern in the Old Jewry that had old repute for broiled steaks and 'the true British quintessence of malt and hops.']

MEATS [Illustration] Yorkshire Steaks Fry in butter several small tenderloin steaks, with two onions sliced and one cucumber sliced.

MEATS [Illustration] Yorkshire Steaks Fry in butter several small tenderloin steaks, with two onions sliced and one cucumber sliced.

I've cooked roasts, steaks, chops, everything, right here.

And when, a few moments later, great bear-steaks were broiling over a mass of coals, and the odor of coffee mingled with that of meal-cakes sizzling on a heated stone, he knew that his dearest dreams had come true.

Soon the chips flew from the tree, and over a cheerful fire they roasted and devoured bear steaks to repletion.

The thickest portion may be cut into steaks, the thin, end with bone may be utilized for soups and stews, while the remainder will furnish a good roast.

Steaks cut from three parts of the beef are in request for this purpose,tenderloin, porterhouse, and round steak.

The bones, trimmings, and remnants of steaks, chops, and roasts may be advantageously utilized for soups.

You don't feel too fur from old Fleet Street, steaks, "bitter," and "God Save the Queen!" When your Britisher travels, he travels, but likes to be Britisher still; With his Times and his "tub" he is 'appy; without 'em he's apt to feel ill.

Electric lightwho wants to eat overdone steaks by electricity?" "But, my dear lady, why this sudden curiosity about Bursfield and its hotels?"

Cut two pounds of beef steaks into large collops, fry them quickly over a brisk fire, then place them in a dish in two or three layers, strewing between each, salt, pepper, and mushroom powder; pour over a pint of strong broth, and a couple of table-spoonsful of Harvey-sauce; cover with a good beef suet paste, and bake for a couple of hours.

apple, 139. Chestnuts, stewed with steaks, 58. to roast, 185.

egg, 18. English, do., 28. celery, 19. tomato, 19. for steaks, 21.

It would have been unsafe for any one to suggest "bear steaks" to the Major or me at any time during the succeeding week.

Small steaks and chops may be kashered in the same way.

SAUCE BORDELAISE Nice for broiled steaks.