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" They gather them in baskets and panniers, and after cleansing them a few hours in cold spring water, fry the animals in a batter made of crumbs of bread. "
Conchylia Insularum Britannicarum: The Shells of the British Islands - Página 179
de William Turton - 1822 - 279 páginas
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An Introduction to Conchology: Or, Elements of the Natural History of ...

George Johnston - 1850 - 614 páginas
...large Cardium aculeatum and C. rusticum, which abound on the Paignton sands, where, at low springtides, they may be observed with the fringed tubes appearing...just above the surface. The neighbouring cottagers, who call them red noses, gather them in baskets and panniers, and after cleansing them a few hours...
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A history of British mollusca, and their shells, by E. Forbes and S. Hanley

Edward Forbes, Sylvanus Charles T. Hanley - 1853
...shells, however, abound at certain seasons " On the Paiguton sands in Torbay, where at low spring-tides they may be observed, with the fringed tubes appearing...panniers, and after cleansing them a few hours in cold springwater, fry the fish in a batter made of crumbs of bread, producing a wholesome and savoury dish....
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Elements of Conchology: An Introduction to the Natural History of ..., Volumen 1

Lovell Augustus Reeve - 1860
...as being collected in great abundance on the Paignton Sands in Torbay, " whore at low spring-tides they may be observed with the fringed tubes appearing...cottagers gather them in baskets and panniers, and after cleausing tlicm a few hours in cold spring water, fry the fish in a batter made of crumbs of bread,...
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The Boy's Yearly Volume for ...

1868
...cottagers of Paiguton, in Devonshire, used to gather the " red-noses," as they called the great cockles, and after cleansing them a few hours in cold spring- water, fry the animals in a batter made of crumba of bread. The cockles have not changed their habits — they are...
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The sea: its stirring story of adventure, peril & heroism. [4 vols., publ ...

Frederick Whymper - 1877
...they may be seen lying in the sand with the fringed siphons appearing just above the surface. They gather them in baskets and panniers, and after cleansing them a few hours in cold spring-water, fry the uuimals in a batter made of crumbs of bread. The creatures have not changed their...
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The London readers. First (-Sixth) reader

London readers - 1878
...they may be seen lying in the sand with the fringed siphons appearing just above the surface. They gather them in baskets and panniers, and after cleansing them a few hours in cold spring water, fry the animals in a batter made of crumbs of bread. The creatures have not changed their habits nor their...
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