"I must have waited too long," she said, as she trifled with a cutlet.
The pigeon (or chicken) must be opened and stuffed with a cutlet of milk veal.
A poulet, a cutlet, and a cup of coffee was the whole affair; but it should be ready as if by magic.
A whiting or a cutlet—that was all the cooking there was to be done.
On this cutlet, which he cooked for himself, he lived for three days.
"Oh yes, it was," she declared as she helped herself to a cutlet.
But only think of him who converts your cutlet into charcoal, and your steak into starch!
It comes just in season, for there's not a cutlet left in Raucourt.
“cutlet for cutlet”—the satiric phrase ran through his mind.
After a cutlet and a glass of wine she had colour, and began to talk.