But nevertheless she would feed herself in the middle of the day, having a roast fowl with bread sauce in her own room.
Never mind the bread sauce, Mrs. Baker;—the pheasant's the thing.
Place some fried or baked sausages round the turkey, and serve with bread sauce.
Serve them with bread sauce and good brown gravy; a little of this last should be poured over them.
This is a very delicate white sauce; and at elegant tables is frequently served instead of bread sauce.
"bread sauce is so ticklish; a simmer too much and it's clean done for," Mrs. Baker said with a voice of great solicitude.
Serve them up with bread sauce in a basin, and fix one of the principal feathers of the pheasant in its tail.
Might she suggest a roast fowl and some bread sauce, and perhaps a sweetbread,—and just one glass of champagne?
I see you are early accustoming them to bread sauce, said Mr. Reeve of the Edinburgh Review, when he saw her thus employed.
I wonder if half the governesses fared so luxuriously as I that day; certainly the chicken and bread sauce was delicious.