But, holding on with one hand, she coolly took a piece of oatcake from her pocket, and munched it.
And they all supped on fried potatoes, cheese, oatcake and jam!
They have wine and spices and fair bread; and we oatcake and straw, and water to drink.
She then provided us with some hot milk and oatcake, and something we had never tasted before, which she called "seath."
Marcella had taken her piece of oatcake and cheese at supper-time out to the door.
Things went from bad to worse, but they sat down to their meal of oatcake and milk uncomplaining, after a long grace.
Then he ate ravenously of the cold wild-fowl and oatcake which George had provided.
Within, the drink was running to its dregs, and piles of oatcake farls lay yet untouched.
They have wine and spices and fair bread, and we oatcake and straw, and water to drink.
There was enough in that great sea cauldron for two more such meals as this, and the oatcake barrel was full.