salt pork

NOUN
  1. fat from the back and sides and belly of a hog carcass cured with salt
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How To Use salt pork In A Sentence

  • When I saw it I thought you had sent it back in a huff, tired out by my sauciness, and coldness, and delays, and were going to keep an account of dimities and sayes, or to salt pork and chronicle small beer as the dutiful wife of some fresh-looking, rural swain; so that you cannot think how surprised and pleased I was to find them all done. Selected English Letters
  • The hams and other delicate cabin stores Captain Brown had originally given them were now also consumed; so that, with the exception of two or three pieces of salt pork still remaining and a cask of beef, they had nothing to depend on save the produce of their garden and some tea -- all their other stores as well as their coffee and sugar having long since been "expended," as sailors say. Fritz and Eric The Brother Crusoes
  • Food shortages have pushed China to the brink of famine, so Mr. Cheng, taking pity on her, invites Wang Qiyao to share his modest lunch of rice and salt pork.
  • In a large ovenproof saucepan, heat together 2 tablespoons of the oil and salt pork, if used.
  • Cook the beans with a piece of salt pork.
  • odorous salt pork and weevily hardtack
  • Saute in a separate pan the salt pork and onions. Drain off fat and add onions to simmering beef.
  • Lunch for the bluejackets was a basic affair, salt pork and pea soup.
  • One day, goin 'to his bunk, he found it all topsyversy, hair powder on his pillow, dubbin in his shavin' cup, salt pork wropt up in his dressin 'gown. In Clive's Command A Story of the Fight for India
  • Saute in a separate pan the salt pork and onions. Drain off fat and add onions to simmering beef.
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