Madame Haupt was frying pork and onions
, and had her door half open to let out the smoke.
said Miss Ophelia to herself, proceeding to tumble over the drawer, where she found a nutmeg-grater and two or three nutmegs, a Methodist hymn-book, a couple of soiled Madras handkerchiefs, some yarn and knitting-work, a paper of tobacco and a pipe, a few crackers, one or two gilded china-saucers with some pomade in them, one or two thin old shoes, a piece of flannel carefully pinned up enclosing some small white onions
, several damask table-napkins, some coarse crash towels, some twine and darning-needles, and several broken papers, from which sundry sweet herbs were sifting into the drawer.
The price of the paper was two dollars a year, but he took in three subscriptions for half a dollar apiece on con- dition of them paying him in advance; they were going to pay in cordwood and onions
as usual, but he said he had just bought the concern and knocked down the price as low as he could afford it, and was going to run it for cash.
All its people were poor, and many of them were sitting at their doors, shredding spare onions
and the like for supper, while many were at the fountain, washing leaves, and grasses, and any such small yieldings of the earth that could be eaten.
There is an island not far from here," said the porpoises, "where the wild onions
grow tall and strong.
said Five, `and I'll tell him--it was for bringing the cook tulip-roots instead of onions
Here I found some young onions
, a couple of gladiolus bulbs, and a quantity of immature carrots, all of which I secured, and, scrambling over a ruined wall, went on my way through scarlet and crimson trees towards Kew-- it was like walking through an avenue of gigantic blood drops--possessed with two ideas: to get more food, and to limp, as soon and as far as my strength permitted, out of this accursed unearthly region of the pit.
While speaking, Caderousse went on peeling a fresh supply of onions
Then consider what victual or esculent things there are, which grow speedily, and within the year; as parsnips, carrots, turnips, onions
, radish, artichokes of Hierusalem, maize, and the like.
My floating coffin was many things in turn; a railway carriage, a pleasure boat on the Thames, a hammock under the trees; last of all it was the upper berth in a not very sweet-smelling cabin, with a clatter of knives and forks near at hand, and a very strong odor of onions
in the Irish stew.
His legs were stretched wide apart, and betwixt his knees he held a great pasty compounded of juicy meats of divers kinds made savory with tender young onions
, both meat and onions
being mingled with a good rich gravy.
Poppets brought the tray in, and we drew up to the table, and toyed with a little steak and onions
, and some rhubarb tart.