Some must have the flowering crocus, the wood-starring dogwood, the voice of bluebird--even so gross a reminder as the farewell handshake of the retiring buckwheat
and oyster before they can welcome the Lady in Green to their dull bosoms.
Vassily Fedorovitch, isn't she splendid?" he said to the bailiff, quite forgiving him for the buckwheat
under the influence of his delight in the calf.
could no longer be the food of a population which, awakened from its lethargy, had become essentially active.
He could see the evening gatherings, held on the circle of the threshing- floors, because that was the only level ground; could see the wonderful unnamed green of the young rice, the indigo blues of the Indian corn, the dock-like patches of buckwheat
, and, in its season, the red bloom of the amaranth, whose tiny seeds, being neither grain nor pulse, make a food that can be lawfully eaten by Hindus in time of fasts.
Phoebe bade it be a good old chicken during her absence, and promised to bring it a little bag of buckwheat
This she filled with the finest buckwheat
grains, and tied it round the Princess' neck; this done, she cut a little hole in the bag, so that the grains would strew the whole road wherever the Princess went.
they will have their buckwheat
cooked before we reach our quarters."
I'll bet she meets us at the door of Heaven with a big pitcher of water, and a lot of buckwheat
cakes, hot, and toasted on both sides, like Bob and me was fond of.