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“The way was open into the next field -- a turnip field -- and there amidst the crisp breaking turnip-tops, with the breath of his enemies hot upon him, with their sharp teeth at his entrails, biting at them impotently in the agonies of his death struggle, poor Reynard finished his career.”
“Scotch kail, turnip-tops, &c., & c. _, can be prepared this way.”
“Thus differing from some of the inhabitants of Golders Green, who are vegetarians and live on turnip-tops.”
“What with carrots in the morning and turnip-tops for tea,”
“Swinging along at a good pace the turnip-tops whipped my boots and made quite a noise.”
“Of turnip-tops and lucerne greens I've had enough to eat,”
“Tuesday morning saw Lord Peter and a man in a velveteen jacket swishing merrily through seven acres of turnip-tops, streaked yellow with early frosts.”
“The turnip-tops I put in the bottom of the dish, then laid on the potatoes, covering with water and adding salt.”
“On this stove I made some very acceptable mulligan out of young turnip-tops”
“I remember that once I lived for a week or more on buttermilk, on account of not being able to stomach the fat bacon, the rank turnip-tops, and the heavy damp mixture of meal, salt, and water which was called corn bread.”
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