We never had a bathtub. Mom would bathe me in the wooden or tin washtub in the kitchen, or in a big lard can.— Ethel Waters
Delicious Lard quotations
To cause the face to appear in a mass of flame make use of the following: mix together thoroughly petroleum, lard, mutton tallow and quick lime. Distill this over a charcoal fire, and the liquid which results can be burned on the face without harm.
About a month before he died, my grandfather, we covered his back full of lard - after that he went downhill very quickly.
I grew up in Harlem. My grandmother was one of the best cooks around, but the first thing she did on Sunday mornings when she started cooking a daylong meal was to take a big block of lard from the back of the refrigerator and throw it into the pan. I know how Hispanics buy their food, and it is not always nutritious.
Sorry, I didn't squat and grease myself and be naked next to Kim Lard-ashian.
I mean, no matter what you do - excuse me - you can never compete with her. You can win the Nobel Peace Prize and you can't compete with Kim Lard-ashian's ass.
A slab of bread "buttered" with lard and, if you were lucky, seasoned with salt and pepper, was a luxury.
I can still memory - taste the fresh buttermilk pancakes and hot buttermilk biscuits - both made with lard! - that were cooked on the top, or in the oven, of that ancient iron stove.
I'm a salty, greasy girl. I give every french fry a fair chance. Could you just lay some lard in my belly?
They lard their lean books with the fat of others work.
Art - my slats! Guts! Guts! Life! Life! I can paint with a shoe-string dipped in pitch and lard.
Pride grows in the human heart like lard on a pig.
Send not a Catt for Lard.
Who of us does not recognize that the life we live, however larded with brave talk about values and thought and ideals, is not actually a life dedicated to immersion in the endless torrent of images, songs, sounds and stories?
And with our broth, and bread, and bits, sir friend, You've fared well : pray make an end ;Two days you've larded here ; a third, ye know,Makes guests and fish smell strong ; pray go
They castrate the books of other men in order that with the fat of their works they may lard their own lean volumes.
Butter typically melts around, you know, 90 Fahrenheit, as opposed to about 20 degrees higher for lard. So what that means is that when you're working with it, the lard is going to stay more solid, which is great for flakiness.
The jewel of the lard is right around the kidneys.
But this is a fat that has a very specific crystalline formation and a high melting point.
I am firmly in the lard camp. It must be what we call leaf lard, which is a specific kind of lard that resides around certain internal organs in the pig.
The paradigm of the development of natural resource-based industry - meatpacking, lard, timber, iron and coal, grain. Cincinnati's lard processing plants looked a lot like JDR's oil refineries thirty years later.
I have no policy, for or against: only a personal style.
Which is to say, I use them when I think it's appropriate to; for example, an internal monologue by a locquacious and verbose narrator is more likely to be larded with adverbs than an exchange of instant messages between cops at a crime scene.
I've always been a fan of plain writing. I hate metaphor-laden, heavily larded, lyrical writing.
Many of us were kind of irritated with Obama for larding it with tax cut, which we didn't think was going to be stimulative.