The maiden took the piece of rye-bread rubbed with dripping which Barbaik had given her in a bit of linen with her beetle.
Why should one live on rye-bread when one can have cake and ice-cream?
They then divided into groups, to whom two peasants began to distribute butter and rye-bread.
There was a plate of rye-bread on the table, from which Bert helped himself to a slice.
Maria now placed upon the table a jar of dripping and a large loaf of rye-bread.
Toast small slices of rye-bread and spread with sardines, pounded to a paste and rubbed smooth with butter.
I urged my needs, and finally got some rye-bread and cheese.
He is so fond of rye-bread that he follows any person who holds him a piece of it.
They produced pumpernickel from one cupboard, and rye-bread and sausage from another, and all began to talk again and eat.
We had a little crust of rye-bread at noon yesterday, but she said that she was not hungry, and made me eat nearly all of it.