Once, when the good Prior of Emmet was dining there, the landlady set a dear little tart of stewed
crabs and barley sugar upon the window sill to cool, and, seeing it there, and fearing it might be lost, I took it with me till that I could find the owner thereof.
Not unless they're stewed
and made into pies," answered the boy, laughing.
Tripe it was; and Meg, in high joy, protested he should say, in half a minute more, it was the best tripe ever stewed
Scarcely better was the bark of young saplings, stewed
for an hour and swallowed after prodigious chewing.
He paid a dollar each on account to the four tradesmen, and in his kitchen fried steak and onions, made coffee, and stewed
a large pot of prunes.
Foxes, as you know, are fond of chicken and other fowl; so they served chicken soup and roasted turkey and stewed
duck and fried grouse and broiled quail and goose pie, and as the cooking was excellent the King's guests enjoyed the meal and ate heartily of the various dishes.
Tumbling off his seat, he waddled away as fast as his petticoats permitted, leaving Rose hoping that he had not gone to get a roasted rat, a stewed
puppy, or any other foreign mess which civility would oblige her to eat.
But brooding lay the sun of my love upon me, in his own juice stewed
Zarathustra,--then did shadows and doubts fly past me.
You probably never heard before the proposition "that the inhabitants of the Andaman Islands habitually eat stewed
hippopotamus for dinner," but there is no difficulty in understanding the proposition.