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  • She was willing to go into the black grave and remain in its blackness forever, to go into the salt vats and let the young men cut her dead flesh to sausage-meat, if -- if only she could get her small meed of happiness first.


  • He was very fond of sausage-meat, and sauerkraut and speck

    Raspberry Shortcake

  • He was very fond of sausage-meat, and sauerkraut and speck


  • Happily Thumbling did not meet with one blow at the cutting up and chopping; he got among the sausage-meat.

    Household Tales

  • "Bread and cheese, and some ale-and pale sausage-meat stuff, not that blood crap."

    The Chaos Balance

  • Your scraps of meat must be cut small or roughly minced; add to them a little sausage-meat, about a quarter as much, and a slice of white crumb bread that you have dipped in water or milk, and well drained.

    The Belgian Cookbook

  • _ -- Four ounces of veal, six ounces of butter, three ounces of lean sausage-meat, a teaspoonful of mixed sweet herbs, a little salt and pepper.

    Choice Cookery

  • The mixture should be a soft, creamy mass, not in any way so stiff as sausage-meat, or so as to remain in a heap without spreading; when poured on a plate, it should be of a consistency that will _slowly_ settle, yet there must not be any liquid whatever.

    Choice Cookery

  • I was down on my knees mixing some sausage-meat in a vessel, when all at once I looked up and saw a very bright light, which seemed to be moving very rapidly.

    Trials and Triumphs of Faith

  • At Bologna we had an opportunity of tasting the famous sausage-meat, and found it exceedingly good, the flavour being somewhat like spiced beef.

    Fair Italy, the Riviera and Monte Carlo Comprising a Tour Through North and South Italy and Sicily with a Short Account of Malta


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