Otherwhiles He would make a potage of the broth, (made without fruit), boiling and stewing it with some light-bread.
What preparatives for the potage, which already I perceive to be a printanire.
The less broth remains, the better is the potage, were it but a Porrenger full, so that it would be stiff gelly when it is cold.
“You may give me the potage Julienne,” replied the young Vermonter.
potage is the modern word for soup, and is used in bills of fare everywhere.
The bread and bordeaux were first on the table; then the potage.
Have croutons in the soup-dish, turn the potage over them, and serve.
Any kind of potage made with broth may be made with consommé.
All manner of things for potage, and the making of sundry remedies in which she has great faith.
"I refuse to sell my heritage for a mess of potage," cried Bella, impetuously.