In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The tongue of the suckling infant cleaves to its palate for thirst; young children beg for bread, no one extends it to them.
- Saul did the same thing at Amalek: ‘Do not spare them, but kill both man and woman, infant and suckling.’
- Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings come these questions and this woman, this survivor said, ‘I managed to make a hole in the back of the gas chamber and escape’.
- Roast suckling pig might evoke the same lip-smacking if it wasn't such a chintzy portion.
- The roast suckling pig is reason for those who crave this dish to hunger for Tuesdays, the only day they serve it.
- For Freud, what is ‘primitive’ is not savage society, however, but infantile sexuality, the instinctive and libidinal attachment of a suckling child to its mother.
- My first dinner there is on a Monday, and the menu lists suckling pig as a plat du jour, available only on weekends.
- From the mouths of babes and sucklings You established strength.
- But where else could you take a group of friends to share a whole roast suckling pig, which you might have preceded with duck liver on toast?
- Long rows of food stalls were set up to feed the visitors, which included a variety of Thai food, roast turkey and suckling pig fresh from the grill.
- They come bearing gifts, a whole roasted suckling pig, delicacies like bird's nest soup and abalone and sweets.
- No other radiation-induced lesions were evident on the skin of any of the other animals exposed as sucklings.
- One sow with hundreds of suckling piglets - the great mother teat for the world.
- And being the over-the-top Chinese parents they are, they had a whole suckling pig roasting on a spit.
- Auriga is depicted by a charioteer who holds a goat in his left arm and some suckling kids in his lap.
- Delightful, but time-consuming in preparation (there was no way we would have remembered to call ahead 12 hours in advance to warn them we wanted to eat the whole roast suckling, Laotian-style).
- The foie gras is thick and lusty, the wild-bass tartare tasty but cut too chunky, the suckling pig good but too oily.
- The crackling roast suckling pig may divide your table; it's nasty to some, but to others, each bite echoes the sound of maracas.
- In some cases, families sent their infants to live with wet nurses in the country - but sucklings might not survive if the wet nurses favoured their own babies.
- On Sundays both locations have lechon - the whole roasted suckling pig that's a staple at Filipino galas - with spoon-tender flesh and crisp, burnished skin.
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