My partridge was not served until the olla was ready, when we all set to work and ate our supper in peace and good-will.
Rosita set the olla on one side, and placed the comal over the coals.
This consisted of an olla podrida of all sorts of papers, such as would have won the heart of Charles Godfrey Leland.
And, lifting the olla, she tapped it, and signed the way to him.
It was an olla podrida, in which everybody's tastes were considered.
“The one that grabbed the olla from you,” Florence breathed.
I believe, however, that an olla podrida made in a Spanish house is very good.
Of course, every olla, must everywhere be made according to what can be got.
The puchero is more used in the north, the olla in the south of the Peninsula.
In cookery, a species of olla podrida variously prepared, as the materials and fancy of the maker dictate.