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- n. a stew of meat cooked in beer
- n. broiled meat or fish; carbonado
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Flesh, fowl, etc., cut across, seasoned, and broiled on coals; a chop.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make a carbonade of; score across and grill.
- To cut or hack, as in fighting.
- n. In cookery, a piece of meat, fowl, or game cut across, seasoned, and broiled; a chop. Also carbonado.
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So in the end, she decided to make beef carbonade, the perfect thing for a chilly winter night, and the red meat less likely to upset the bird lady than a murdered chicken might.
Extreamly Industrious, that so there might be less Occasion to carbonade him for the good of his Fellow-Travellers.
But, after all, this humorous saying had one very good effect, for that younker, who before was a little inclined by his constitution to be lazy, grew on a sudden extremely industrious, that so there might be less occasion to carbonade him for the good of his fellow travellers.
The Westover Manuscripts: Containing the History of the Dividing Line Betwixt Virginia and North Carolina; A Journey to the Land of Eden, A. D. 1733; and A Progress to the Mines. Written from 1728 to 1736, and Now First Published
Put on the great gridiron this moment, [an oath or a curse at every word:] make up a roaring fire -- the cleaver bring me this instant -- I'll cut her into quarters with my own hands; and carbonade and broil the traitress for a feast to all the dogs and cats in the neighbourhood, and eat the first slice of the toad myself, without salt or pepper.
Get the Rand or Flank of Beef cut about a foot in length; bone it, and then mix two Ounces of Salt peter, with a good handful of common Salt: after which, carbonade the outward Skin of the Beef, and rub the whole well with the Salts, letting it lie for twenty-four hours in Salt before you collar it; but observing to turn it twice a day, at least, whilst it is in Salt.
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Bone-in pork carbonade in apple-anise sweet and sour sauce
Put on the great gridiron this moment, [an oath or a curse at every word:] make up a roaring fire — the cleaver bring me this instant — I’ll cut her into quarters with my own hands; and carbonade and broil the traitress for a feast to all the dogs and cats in the neighbourhood, and eat the first slice of the toad myself, without salt or pepper.
"A carbonade with olives, a roast duck, a bowl of bishop, and, if you will,
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