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Boil the cymlings till soft; cut them open, and take out the seeds; put them in a colander, and mash them; when the water is drained off, put them in a small pot, and stew them with cream and butter for ten minutes; just as you dish them, season with pepper and salt.
Young pumpkins resemble cymlings, when cooked in the same way.
It may be that the hauling away of these cymlings so injured the mule that he was no longer of service to the company.
Camp which was of spontaneous growth, and which covered more juniper trees than he could count, and from that vine there was gathered two hundred and fifty cart loads of cymlings.