The ape breaks the cage to get at the curds and rice and lets the Sarika fly.
Milk, cream, curds, whey and cheese enriched the family table.
Now an ill deed, like milk, doth not change into curds,But it burneth the fool—a live coal 'neath the ashes.72.
It is advisable to do this if there is any trouble with digestion, or if there are curds in the stools.
Have a care not to break the curds, nor ever to touch them with your hands, but only with your skimming dish.
These are the curds and whey that result, also, from the souring of milk.
Grettir was all covered with curds, and felt more disgusted than at any wound which Audun could have given him.
Anent the stirring of curds, use the hands as little as possible.
Boiled milk, curds, and buttermilk afford an excellent food.
Carrier Steve and I ate a bowl of curds and whey and then we drove off.
c.1500, metathesis of crud (late 14c.), originally "any coagulated substance," probably from Old English crudan "to press, drive," from PIE root *greut- "to press, coagulate," perhaps via ancestor of Gaelic gruth (because cognates are unknown in other Germanic or Romance languages).