This consisted of an olla podrida of all sorts of papers, such as would have won the heart of Charles Godfrey Leland.
In cookery, a species of olla podrida variously prepared, as the materials and fancy of the maker dictate.
It was an olla podrida, in which everybody's tastes were considered.
The negro element is everywhere, and the Chinese add a flavour of their own to the olla podrida.
I believe, however, that an olla podrida made in a Spanish house is very good.
Bang's "mucho mucho" even failed him, for he had only in his modesty got a thimbleful of brandy to qualify the olla podrida.
"Entertainments," an indefinite and mysterious word, something akin to the olla podrida of sunny Spain, abounded.
I hope the living in Spain, for his sake, did not then consist of olla podrida, with a variation of garlic and acid wine.
A kind of chick-pea, much used in Spain, especially in the olla podrida.
The next dish was calves brains fried in batter, which is not national, but is oftener had at the hotels than olla podrida.