Take a long, deep whiff of that aroma and ladle it over your warm fettuccine.
The highlight of my trip was getting to know the iconic woman whom Time once dubbed “Our Lady of the ladle.”
The palace, says the Mahawanso, was provided with rich carpets and couches, and "even the ladle of the rice boiler was of gold."
Then place them in a skimmer (ladle with holes) and dip in boiling water or broth.
Never in his life had he suffered the excruciating or long-drawn-out agony that he experienced as ladle man this night.
Was there ever such a piece of folly as to exchange your pipes for a scullion's ladle?
The men dip in baskets, or maunds, expressly made for this purpose, and ladle out the quivering fish by hundreds into the boats.
When I was cooking dinner the bold rats licked the soup from my ladle!
Use no salt but the best ground salt; work out all the butter-milk with a ladle in summer, in winter use clean hands.
Like the wife that ne'er cries for the ladle till the pat rins o'er.