"Please get me a glass of milk with an egg in it, and some of that brown-bread turkey," she demanded.
I'll remember that, the next time we have brown-bread brewis!
I love every bean that was ever baked in Boston; every cod-fish-ball ever fried; and every brown-bread loaf ever baked there.
Even the craftsman sits down to his brown-bread and bacon and his ale.
Let the mixture simmer five minutes, then serve hot on wheat bread or brown-bread toast, well browned and buttered.
Here the brown-bread kettle boiled over, creating a diversion; and Mirandy gladly rose to set it further back.
Place in well-greased Boston brown-bread mould; let rise for one hour.
The Beebes had gone—as most of East Wellmouth had gone—to the baked beans and brown-bread supper and sociable at the church.
A puritan may go to his brown-bread crust with as gross an appetite as ever an alderman to his turtle.
It's shaped like a brown-bread tin and they wear it little end up with a tassel hanging down.