Occasionally the hairy woodpecker comes, a self-invited guest to the suet banquet.
Serve with carrots and turnips, and yeast, Norfolk, or suet dumplings.
If suet dumplings are used, they must be placed in the pot as soon as it boils in order to cook them a sufficient length of time.
Add to it the suet, sugar, and currants, which should be well washed and dried.
This and the mention of Cæsar's "army" (a bodyguard) is explained by suet.
Lay a paste of suet in a bason, put in the rolled steaks, cover the bason with a paste, and pinch the edges to keep in the gravy.
To the branch, a long piece of suet is always bound with a cord.
When I'm ill I go flabby as suet, But you keep the pot at full bile!
Butter should melt at 94° F.; if it does not, you may be sure that it is adulterated with suet or other cheap fat.
Sheep's suet, two ounces; milk, one pint; starch, half an ounce.
late 14c., "solid fat formed in the torsos of cattle and sheep," probably from an Anglo-French diminutive of sius, the nominative use of sue, seu "tallow, grease," from Old French sieu "tallow," from Latin sebum "tallow, grease" (see sebum).