But the president said he has tried to dissuade her from handing out just fruit and raisins for Halloween.
In another case, a whole plate of uneaten food (including nuts, hummus and raisins) was pureed and inserted rectally.
The oatmeal is served with brown sugar, butter and cream, blueberries and raisins.
There, they were presented with 40 crockpots of porridge; stacks of raisins, and piles of spoons.
Pour over some melted butter; cover with chopped apples and raisins.
If you put in raisins you must let it boil till they are quite soft.
Run it through a hair-sieve; squeeze the raisins well with your hands, and put the liquor into the barrel.
You may substitute for the currants, raisins seeded, and cut in half.
Make a strong tea of everlasting—strain, and put to a quart of it two ounces of figs or raisins, two of liquorice, cut in bits.
For a cough or cold, take six ounces of Malaga raisins, and beat them to a fine paste, with the same quantity of sugarcandy.
"dried sweet grape," c.1300, from Anglo-French raycin (late 13c.), Old French raisin "grape; raisin," from Vulgar Latin *racimus, alteration of Latin racemus "cluster of grapes or berries" (also source of Spanish racimo, Italian racemo), probably from the same ancient lost Mediterranean language that gave Greek rhax (genitive rhagos) "grape, berry." Dutch razun also is from French; German Rosine is from an Old French variant form.
dried grapes; mentioned 1 Sam. 25:18; 30:12; 2 Sam. 16:1; 1 Chr. 12:40.