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“Aw dooant think yo ivver hed onny experience i 'cookin' for yorsen, nivver name cookin 'for other fowk, but aw considered misen a varry gooid hand, an aw can assure yo when aw stewed them hens an rooasted th' cock, an boiled some puttates, an made a pile o 'tooast, an some strong teah flavored wi rum,' at it wor a set aght net to be despised.”
“If you ain't got tins an 'cookin' things, all as you can get'll be bread and cheese.”
“Steady ole hoss, there's one consolation, -- they're breakin 'the wind for you, an' thank God! -- yes Ben Butler, look! they're after one other, -- they're racin 'like Tam O'Shanter an' cookin 'each other to a gnat's heel -- Oh, Lord what fools!”
“All I meant was, 't Ephraim ought not to be doin 'his own cookin' -- that is -- if you can call it cookin '-- but then, of course, 'tis cookin' -- there's all kinds o 'cookin'.”
“For aprons ain't quite overalls an 'cookin' ain't munish.”
“He's sort of daft; but all the sense he has left is gone t 'cookin' an 'managin' a house.”
“` If you ain't got tins an 'cookin' things, all as you can get'll be bread and cheese.”
“We had been packin 'our blankets, our grub, an' cookin 'gear to say nothin' o 'the packet; so, of course, we didn't give much thought to the campin' ground.”
“Her majesty, th 'impress, is sufferin' slightly fr'm death be poison, but is still able to do th 'cookin' f'r the Rooshan ambassadure.”
“I had such a hard day's work in front of me, a-finishin 'cookin' up provisions for the exertion, and gettin 'things done up in the house so”
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