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smoked meat

(Canadian) highly seasoned cured beef, usually cut from a brisket
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  • But instead of meal she put in ashes, instead of smoked meat straw, and instead of bread stones.

    Czechoslovak Fairy Tales Parker Fillmore
  • They cut the smoked meat down and let it fall in the molasses.

    Slave Narratives: Arkansas Narratives Work Projects Administration
  • “Here is meal and smoked meat and bread for your journey,” she said.

    Czechoslovak Fairy Tales Parker Fillmore
  • There was room within for living quarters, a supply of smoked meat, dried vegetables.

    West Of The Sun Edgar Pangborn
  • She's rendered lard and made sausage and salted and smoked meat till every crock is full.

    Green Valley Katharine Reynolds
  • "Rather," she laughed as she began cutting from the smoked meat that hung in the storeroom.

    Claire Leslie Burton Blades
  • They lifted my head so I might drink and fed me strips of smoked meat, but they would not release my hands.

    A Virginia Scout Hugh Pendexter
  • The little dealer in smoked meat put the question anxiously.

  • Soon after the admiral brought me some warm cocoa, smoked meat and roasted plantains to eat.

    Journal of Voyages Jacob Dunham
  • It bent over and set something down on the earth, a fur-wrapped bundle of smoked meat.

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