bromography 1860 -1860
a treatise on food. It’s not enough to write a bromography – today’s celebrity chefs need to be on TV!
homerkin 1662 -1663
old liquid measure for beer. “I’m so thirsty I could drink a homerkin of beer,” Simpson lamented.
jussulent 1656 -1658
full of broth or soup. The bubbling of the jussulent cauldron and the crackling of the campfire soothed her.
buccellation 1657 -1731
The act of dividing into small morsels. The buccellation and apportionment of their rations was the subject of heated argument.
lardlet 1659 -1659
A small piece of bacon to put into meat to enrich with fat. The secret to her pot roasts is the use of lardlets to enhance the flavour of the meat.
ponask 1922 -1963
To cook game by splitting it and roasting it on a spit. We ponasked the freshly-caught pheasant at our campsite.
spiscious 1655 -1655
Of a thick consistency. Her soups are both spiscious and delicious, though perhaps over-laden with salt.
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My sentence – A bromography of recipes detailing jussulent and lardlet uses. Lessons on ponask, spiscious and buccellation.
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