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You can trifle with your breakfast and seem to disdain your dinner if you are full to the brim with roasted eggs and potatoes and richly frothed new milk and oatcakes and buns and heather honey and clotted cream.
I'm sure I should like my breakfast better if I knew the butter and cream came from this dairy.
Norris, having fidgeted about, and obtained a few pheasants' eggs and a cream cheese from the housekeeper, and made abundance of civil speeches to Mrs.
Neither the beef nor the strawberries and cream seemed happy, either - seemed discontented like.
Originally it had been only a simple little slip of cream silk with a chiffon overdress.
His vest was a shaggy satin of a delicate cream color, and his knee-breeches of rose velvet trimmed like the coat.
Peaches and cream," she was called by the young men--though softly and amongst themselves, for they were afraid of arousing the ire of the other girls, while they stood in awe of Genevieve, in a dimly religious way, as a something mysteriously beautiful and unapproachable.
There were the times I brought the Razzle Dazzle in with a bigger load of oysters than any other two-man craft; there was the time when we raided far down in Lower Bay, and mine was the only craft back at daylight to the anchorage off Asparagus Island; there was the Thursday night we raced for market and I brought the Razzle Dazzle in without a rudder, first of the fleet, and skimmed the cream of the Friday morning trade; and there was the time I brought her in from Upper Bay under a jib, when Scotty burned my mainsail.
Also, we used Wickson's cream and butter,* and Ernest was not above shooting Wickson's quail and rabbits, and, on occasion, his young bucks.
Diana tried to explain what it was like, but I guess ice cream is one of those things that are beyond imagination.
Yes, P-t-r, it is quite proper to treat a lady friend to ice cream twice if you can afford it.
He upset the churn yesterday and spilled a big churning of cream over the yard.