Why, my girls have as much, fat and flour on their heads as would half maintain my reapers in suet pudding.
Then suet pudding, as round as a well-fed salmon, and as long as a 30 lb.
Then the suet pudding, round as a well-fed salmon and as long as a twenty-pound cod.
Matron will keep it hot for me, but it's only suet pudding to-day with very little sugar.
He ate heartily of the plentiful supply of vegetables; but he would not taste the turkey or the suet pudding.
She says life there is for ever eating galette de plomp, which I suppose means a suet pudding feeling.
"I should think a dozen loaves would be enough," replied Mrs. Lyman, who was now beginning to make a suet pudding.
All, with but one exception, desired a suet pudding of some sort—the “duff” beloved of sailors.
I have heard the term poultice applied to the suet pudding more than once in casual conversations in the exercise ground.
The men occasionally got suet pudding, and one dinner-time the old man secretly smuggled his portion into his pocket.