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- n. Plural form of haslet.
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De mostest fresh meat sich as chit'lin's, haslets, pig foots, and sausage, wid good old collard greens, cracklin 'bread, and hot coffee.
Their haslets are equal to that of a hog, and the flesh of some of them eats little inferior to beef-steaks.
Two days thereafter Panurge married him with an old lantern-carrying hag, and he himself made the wedding with fine sheep's heads, brave haslets with mustard, gallant salligots with garlic, of which he sent five horseloads unto Pantagruel, which he ate up all, he found them so appetizing.
Dey would just put two or three of dese big wash pot out in de yard en full dem up wid backbone en haslets en rice to satisfy dem hungry niggers wid en would bake de corn bread to de Missus kitchen.
"Oh, Squire, as to my opinions about their skin, that's my rael belief -- well, my leanin 'towards the gal, is rael too -- now when a man's head pulls one way, and his feelin's another, it will be mighty apt to pull the haslets* out of a fellow; besides I'm a hunter by trade, and settlements have been crowding on me for some time, and this here mountain scheme of the Governor's -- though the old codgers laugh at it -- is going to make things a heap worse with me."
Two days thereafter Panurge married him with an old lantern-carrying hag, and he himself made the wedding with fine sheep’s heads, brave haslets with mustard, gallant salligots with garlic, of which he sent five horseloads unto