The Orientale was by comparison as quiet and deserted as the panada was crowded and noisy.
No matter whether we got there early or late, the panada was always full.
Observe to boil all the ingredients; for if any be added after, the panada will break, and not turn to jelly.
They were dejected from want of variety: there was no uncertainty in the panada as to tips.
Make the panada as above, but instead of a glass of wine, put in a tea-spoonful of rum, a little butter and sugar.
On the mantel-piece were the inevitable spirit-lamp and bowl of panada, recognized at once as part and parcel of my malady.
Put into a mortar twelve ounces of the prepared veal, six ounces of fresh butter, and eight ounces of the panada.
The puddings were pink; the butter was stained; and altogether it required great habits to enjoy food at the panada.
"All clear away, with the water-saps and panada," returned the unabashed convalescent.
panada, pa-n′da, n. a dish made by boiling bread to a pulp in water, with sweetening and flavour: a batter for forcemeats.