In a house there are always bones, potatoe peelings, and pot liquor.
If the meat is salt let it cool in its own pot liquor, for the same reason.
pot liquor by the buckets was thrown in the trough until they were filled.
When they went to the house for dinner they were given some kind of vegetable along with pot liquor and milk.
The diet of these children usually consisted of pot liquor, milk, vegetables and in rare cases, meat.
Exhorters or zorters and pot liquor preachers were still more numerous.
Every particle of grease rescued from pot liquor, or fat from meat, was utilized for candle-making.
For this state of the part, Blaine, who is therein followed by Youatt, recommends "pot liquor."
The residue left in a pot after cooking: rubbed him with pot liquor to give him strength (1744+)