Definition of Crown roast
1. Noun. A roast of the rib section of lamb.
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Literary usage of Crown roast
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1. The Home Cook Book: A Collection of Practical Receipts by Expert Cooks (1905)
"... Meat Pie—Mock Duck—crown roast of Pork—Roast Pork with Sage—Roast Tenderloins—Broiled Pork Tenderloins—Fried Salt Pork with Fried Apples—Old-fashioned ..."
2. Domestic Science by Bertha J. Hoisington Austin (1915)
"Lesson XXXII crown roast OF LAMB Materials used: A crown of lamb salt and pepper 3 or 4 slices of fat salt pork Utensils needed: Baking pan cup for ..."
3. Practical Cooking and Serving: A Complete Manual of how to Select, Prepare by Janet McKenzie Hill (1902)
"crown roast OF MUTTON OR LAMB A crown roast is the most easily served and, at the same time ... A crown roast usually sells for twenty-five cents per pound, ..."
4. Mrs. Scott's North American Seasonal Cook Book: Spring, Summer, Autumn and by Anna B. (Storck) Scott (1921)
"The rack of lamb makes a very small crown roast, but the rack can be cut with the neck (chops) and there will be enough meat for the moderate meat eater. ..."
5. Economical Cookery by Marion Harris Neil (1918)
"crown roast of Lamb 1 crown roast 4 cups (2 pin.) cooked peas 4 cups (2 pte.) mashed potatoes Salt and pepper Mint sauce Select parts from two loins of ..."
6. Gala-day Luncheons: A Little Book of Suggestions by Caroline French Benton (1901)
"crown roast OF LAMB. MASHED POTATOES. PEAS. HOT ROLLS. MINT SHERBET. ... crown roast of lamb is a rather unusual dish at a luncheon, but it is an attractive ..."
7. The New Housekeeping: Efficiency Studies in Home Management by Christine Frederick (1913)
"... crown roast OF LAMB WITH PEAS AND STEAMED WAFFLE POTATOES Select parts from two loins of Iamb containing from seven to eleven ribs in each. ..."