Well, in any case, take this biltong along in your saddle-bags; it's my own make, you'll find it good.
The biscuits are done and neither of us can swallow that biltong any more.
Well, we had our biltong together, and the Stranger put himself outside a good deal of the very little brandy I had left.
They chanced to have little else than biltong, or dried meat, to cook.
I wonder how the enemy are getting on with the biltong and biscuit.
On his arrival it was found he could not ride or shoot, or live on biltong.
The lean, what there was of it, they dried and smoked into a kind of "biltong," but a great deal of the fat they ate at once.
Their object was to wait until the flesh of the blue-buck—which is excellent eating—should be reduced to biltong.
The biltong, so much eaten in the Transvaal, is dried beef which is usually cut into strips and chunks and eaten without cooking.
Whenever we were unable to reach a farm-house for meals, we fared well on our own biltong and rusks.