His old fellow made his tin by selling jalap to Zulus or some bloody swindle or other.
"Ulysses" by James Joyce
I gave her three good doses of jalap.
"Verner's Pride" by Mrs. Henry Wood
I gave him some calomel and jalap to open his bowels.
"The Last Journals of David Livingstone, in Central Africa, from 1865 to His Death, Volume II (of 2), 1869-1873" by David Livingstone
The next standby was calomel; the next, rhubarb; and the next, jalap.
"Chapters from My Autobiography" by Mark Twain
He'd christen me jalap or rhubarb, or something of that sort.
"Sappers and Miners" by George Manville Fenn
I'se put jalap in the fowl a puppose!
"The Island Treasure" by John Conroy Hutcheson
He found Serge and Jalap Coombs concocting a huge plum duff, while from the brass kettle a savory steam was already issuing.
"Harper's Round Table, April 30, 1895" by Various
But the dogs found them out, and they met a swift fate at the hands of Jalap Coombs.
"Harper's Round Table, May 7, 1895" by Various
Jalap Coombs told his story in his own picturesque language, but in a perfectly straightforward manner, and without the slightest hesitation.
"Harper's Round Table, May 21, 1895" by Various
But funniest of all was to see Jalap drive a dog-team.
"Harper's Round Table, May 28, 1895" by Various
The thinly sliced jalapeño served on top adds a bright, fresh heat that's delicious with the warm curry spices and sweet roasted cauliflower.
It's at times like these that Cali proves itself a godsend with its array of $2 sandwiches , each on a toasted French roll, dressed with a smear of mayo, pickled carrots, raw jalape?os, cool cucumber slices and a squirt of soy sauce.
Then toss those jalapeÃ±o cheese puffs and get ready for the annual Food and Wine Weekend, a foodie festival extraordinaire.