That is true; its the same way with jugged hare—first catch your hare.
The hare must not be too high; cut it into pieces as for jugged hare.
Peter thought, Im sure somebody told her once that she had eyes like a trapped fawn or a jugged hare or something of that sort.
As a last resort I took the jugged hare; but jugged hare was not what I craved.
We have never even partaken of jugged hare within its walls.
Imagine the guffaws when a man told his companions that he had been eating red currant jelly with jugged hare!
If a suggestion were wanting for the dinner of the day, a voice was ready to advocate "jugged hare."
Anchovies in oil, baked beans, and jugged hare made a glorious mixture such as we have not dreamed of since our school-days.
“You may tarry for jugged hare,” said Catesby contemptuously.
Unlike the beginning of the classical jugged hare recipe: "First catch your hare!"