Instead of pork and salt junk, the men were allowed turkeys; and in place of boiled hominy and molasses, they had plum pudding.
Henceforth a season of activity, seasoned with salt junk, is to be the order of the day.
The salt junk was either scarcely warm through, or was boiled into a soup.
How could you even think of trying to roast a bit of salt junk?
There was a certain amount of salt junk left aboard, but the chief diet was nothing but hard-tack, and that was mouldy.
"salt junk and hard tack," suggested Wilton, who was not partial to this diet.
I can sleep on that heartbreaking husk mattress with Ingua, but I'll be skinned if I eat your salt junk and corn pone.
He prefers a West Indian life of warmth and unlimited bananas to an existence in a damp ship on salt junk and biscuit.
The salt junk found on board the wreck had been kept to be used only in case of necessity.
Another set of fellows adhered pertinaciously to their salt junk and hard tack, ship bread and beef.