Cut them in small bits, and melt them slowly; then strain them through a cullender, with a thick cloth laid in it.
Then drain it in a cullender from the salt, and wipe it dry.
You may thicken it also with the pulp of a dozen onions first fried soft, and then rubbed through a cullender.
When it is quite soft, drain it dry, and mash it in a cullender.
Take one pound of roasted yam, and rub it through a cullender.
Rub them through a cullender into a clean stewpan: to a pound of potatoes allow half an ounce of butter, and a spoonful of milk.
Afterwards take them up, and drain them well through a cullender.
They should then be drained in a cullender, and chopped fine with a knife or edge of a spoon.
Warm them well, without boiling, and pour them into a cullender.
They'll drill holes in your 'art, Magsman, like a cullender.