Origin of broth
Examples from the Web for broth
Since I don't like mushrooms, the broth was immediately out of question for me.
Mix soy sauce, molasses, broth, salt, and sesame oil together, along with 1-2 tablespoons of the cooking liquid.
Refrigerator method: If you refrigerated overnight, de-fatting your broth is easy.
Pour into the stockpot, being careful to stop before the broth is all in and the fat starts to come out.
Step 6: De-fat the broth This is the most annoying and time-consuming step.
Remove the bouquet garni, strain the broth through a fine sieve and return to the pot.The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book|Victor Hirtzler
If too many cooks spoil the broth, could too many church denominations spoil the man?Treading the Narrow Way|R. E. Barrett
Arrange the fillets on a dish, pour a little of the broth over them, and add the onion and parsley.The Cook's Decameron: A Study in Taste:|Mrs. W. G. Waters
Still, to quote an inelegant proverb, 'Too much cookery spoils the broth!'Ralph Wilton's weird|Mrs. Alexander
Stir well over the fire; then pour in the broth slowly while stirring.Margaret Brown's French Cookery Book|Margaret Brown
British Dictionary definitions for broth
Word Origin for broth
Word Origin and History for broth
Old English broþ, from Proto-Germanic *bruthan (cf. Old High German *brod), from verb root *bhreue- "to heat, boil, bubble; liquid in which something has been boiled" (cf. Old English breowan "to brew;" see brew (v.)). Picked up from Germanic by the Romanic and Celtic languages.
The Irishism broth of a boy, which is in Byron, was "thought to originate from the Irish Broth, passion -- Brotha passionate, spirited ..." [Farmer], and if so is not immediately related.
Idioms and Phrases with broth
see too many cooks spoil the broth.