And so good old Papa Péron had his beef-tea, his little drops of brandy, his expensive chicken.
beef-tea is best, we think; and then we try to get her to sleep a good deal.
Tough meat has richer juices than tender meat and should be used for soup, broth, and beef-tea.
Later, when he was recovering, she made him appetizing cups of beef-tea or gruel.
If he could take his beef-tea it would do him good, they all said.
I tasted the beef-tea they gave her—took a cup of it, in fact—and I tasted the physic.
And just now Jack keeps saying, 'Do rest: do lie down: do have some beef-tea.'
If I—if I could bring some beef-tea—or some wine—would it do her good?
I thought you might have taken this jar of beef-tea to old Ephraim.
A pound of beef is the liberal allowance for each pint of beef-tea.