Pour the broth into a dish with dried sippets, and, after placing your pigeons, pour on the ragout.
Encircle this ragout with the fried cutlets, and crown with a cauliflower.
Haricot, har′i-ko, -kot, n. a kind of ragout or stew of mutton and beans or other vegetables: the kidney-bean or French bean.
In a similar way may be made currie (powder), ragout (spice), and several other similar wines used in the kitchen.
This furnishes an excellent soup and a ragout at a small expense.
I can most solemnly assert that I never wish to taste a better dinner than a joint of a donkey or a ragout of cat—experto crede.
From the blossoms and buds they make a ragout, and also grind the seeds for bread.
Here, then, was the requisite French ragout in all its putrid perfection.
Odors of highly seasoned macaroni and ragout steamed from them.
Serve as garnish for a ragout, or with stewed green peas, cream or lentil gravy, or maple syrup or jelly.