In the morning we had pilau, and in the evening we had pilau; our drink was lukewarm water, qualified with a little rum.
Ivan and his companions had not been long seated, when a smoking dish of pilau and other Turkish dainties were placed before them.
No. 14—Corn chowder, peas and tomato soup, pilau, milk and water.
It was cooked in the native fashion, and consisted of pilau and the various other native dishes.
At pilau, they roasted the women and children in a heated oven.
Oil and melted butter may be combined in equal quantities when the butter flavor is desirable, as in pilau and drawn butter.
Often a variety of food is partaken, Persian pilau being a favourite.
Spanish rice calls for 2–3 cloves of garlic in addition to pilau with six cups of water and one only of tomato.
Thereupon I made a vow never to shoot another turtle-dove, however much pie or pilau might need them, and I fairly kept my vow.
Their diet consisted of a single warm meal of pilau or beans, eaten in the evening.