You never feel as if all your blood had been whipped to a syllabub.
Clean and wash some currants, and make them plump before the fire: then strew them over the syllabub, and it will be fit for use.
This syllabub, if it can be kept in a cold place, may be made the day before you want to use it.
Little tables with bowls of syllabub on them and cakes and fruit stood about.
This Syrup is very quick of the fruit, and very weak of Sugar; and therefore makes the syllabub exceeding well tasted.
But there was an eggnog for us, and a cooled punch, and a syllabub and cakes.
For a change, stick thin slips of blanched almonds all over the blanc mange, and dress round with syllabub, nicely frothed.
In Northumberland a ring used to be dropped into the syllabub and fished for with a ladle.
They had two soup-tureens full of syllabub, plum cake, and pine-apple puffs.
And Marian cast a significant look at Clare, who sat apparently engrossed with a mug full of syllabub.