But, to the possibly erroneous taste of the present taster, it does not seem to be a consummated consommé.
"He is such a taster," she added, but particularized no more.
And, for the death of the woman, I had tried the potion on her sooner, had not Master George been her taster.
The taster ordered the scullion to bring him a gold spoon, which he first rinsed in the brook, and then gave it to the head cook.
And it appears that the person whom the Romans now call the taster was at that time called by the Greeks .
When he dined in public four of them waited on him at table, and one of them performed the duties of taster.
I have been his cupbearer and taster, and as frequently shared his outdoor sports; now hunting with hawk, and now with hound.
The taster was to avoid, by means of some dextrous management, the taking of any portion of the fatal ingredients himself.
It has also to be remarked that Hunt is much better as a taster than as a professor or expounder.
Again and again the taster is brought up, full of gault, and its contents or "core" thrown aside.