I was not ashamed at asking him to sit down to table, for we had some pease-soup, a sparerib, and a pudding.
The fore-quarter is the fore-loin and spring; if it is a large pig, the sparerib may be cut off.
The fore quarter has the spring or fore leg, the fore loin or neck, the sparerib, and the griskin.
The "sparerib" of southern cooks is made of the rib bones from a roast of pork, and makes a favorite dish when well browned.
The loin, ribs and sparerib are used for roasts, chops, stews and baked dishes.
There was roasting, frying, and broiling by every bivouac fire, and a savory fragrance of sparerib and steak.
Gervaise proposed a sparerib of pork and potatoes, which brightened all their faces, just as Virginie came in like a whirlwind.
I should like a bit of this meat; I think I'll take a sparerib; and it can go against Mrs. Ryle's account with me.'
Baked or mashed potatoes with cold slaw are in order with sparerib, with currant, cranberry or apple sauce.