from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The dish usually known as flummery or (as in Scotland) sowens.
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Another concoction invented by the "judge" was known as "wash-brew", and included oatmeal, powder of "cophie", a pint of ale or any wine, ginger, honey, or sugar to please the taste; to these ingredients butter might be added and any cordial powder or pleasant spice.
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