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- n. Any meat that is cured by smoking.
- n. A salt-cured, spiced, smoked beef brisket, similar to pastrami, developed in Montreal from Eastern European Yiddish Jewish traditions.
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"When you leave this forest at the end of the time you are going to be fed and clothed and carry a tent; you will have with you smoked meat and fish; you will carry under your arm an Indian clock or sundial; you will have a lamp – if we can find a clamshell or a broken bottle – and you will have a fire-making outfit with your monogram on it."
I emptied one of Firada's supply bags, dumping out smoked meat and dried roots.
Mr. Reed and his two older boys and their sister would pile their house - hold goods-chairs, lamps, bedding, some smoked meat in the back, and Pa's Bible on the seat beside him, where he could consult it while he thought about his sermon-into the wagon and make the ted - ious trip to a new home.