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  • n. Plural form of boudin.


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  • Meanwhile, divers of the company had joined the butcher, and, while some were greedily feeding upon liver and gall, others helped themselves to marrow-bones, "boudins," and intestinum medulæ,


  • Guts or boudins were delicious to the white palate too but they were first lightly seared above the fire.

    Books 1 and 2

  • OUI J'AIME LE BOUDIN et aussi avis a la population les boudins aussi!

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • And then, retiring to a book-lined study where a light collation had been set Seville oranges, little white boudins, pistachio nuts, we began at last to discuss that which had brought us together: the pursuit of wealth.

    Tales of Passion, Tales of Woe

  • In the middle ground a woman uses a long-handled skillet to catch the blood from an ox as it is slaughtered; it will be used to make boudins black puddings.

    Savoring The Past

  • Reading these rustic songs, we are carried in imagination to French countrysides; we think of the long walk through the snow to the Midnight Mass, the cheerful _réveillon_ spread on the | 65 | return, the family gathered round the hearth, feasting on wine and chestnuts and _boudins_, and singing in traditional strains the joys of _Noël_.

    Christmas in Ritual and Tradition, Christian and Pagan

  • On slaughtering a fat cow, the hunter carefully lays by, as a tit-bit for himself, the boudins and medullary intestine, which are prepared by being inverted and partially cleaned (this, however, is not thought indispensable).

    Wild Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • The dark meat may be cooked at once and utilized for boudins, croquettes, salad, cecils, creamed hash, or served on toast with sauce Bordelaise, or used in chafing dish next day.

    Made-Over Dishes

  • Turn the boudins on a platter, surround them with the hot peas, and send them at once to the table.

    Ice Creams, Water Ices, Frozen Puddings Together with Refreshments for all Social Affairs

  • He besought them not to throw away the back fat, the hump, the boss ribs or the intestinal _boudins_; in short, gave them their essential buffalo-hunting lessons.

    The Covered Wagon


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