To a man they sang praises for that piping hot dish of preserved and beatified milk.
I expected the man was having a drink, for it was piping hot.
Roll well in meal, or a mixture of meal and flour, and fry to a rich brown in pork fat, piping hot.
The toast was piping hot and the fried eggs were beyond reproach.
Maria waited, handing round the viands in their native earthenware pipkins, piping hot from the fire.
They drank the steaming beverage, piping hot, from tin cups.
There we drank the loveliest cocoa I ever met, the sort the spoon would stand up in, piping hot, out of huge bowls.
When it was piping hot I laid it upon my knees and examined the design.
No matter where we children areWe run in answer to the bell, And dinner comes in piping hot;It makes us hungry just to smell.
"Strong salt brine, piping hot," said the girl discouragingly.