Definition of Olicooks
1. olicook [n] - See also: olicook
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Literary usage of Olicooks
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Metropolis: From Knickerbocker Days to the Present Time; New by Frank Moss (1897)
"... his blood and guts make black puddings and sausages, his fat fries fish, boils olicooks, bakes pancakes, greases wooll, ..."
2. The Unrivalled Cook-book and Housekeeper's Guide by Washington (1885)
"Albany olicooks. — One pint of lukewarm milk; one teacupful of melted lard; one small cupful of yeast; enough of the finest white flour, sifted, ..."
3. The American Metropolis: From Knickerbocker Days to the Present Time; New by Frank Moss (1897)
"... boils olicooks, bakes pancakes, greases wooll, makes soap, excellent to eat with sappan, and good for pomatum. Gammon and cheek of bacon with spinage, ..."