It is generally placed on the ground over a fire, and supports crocks, frying-pans, boilers, or anything that may be used.
"The Birthright" by Joseph Hocking
There were two or three soldiers, as usual, helping Toinette with her crocks at the well.
"The Rough Road" by William John Locke
Sounded like a milk-crock.
"Anderson Crow, Detective" by George Barr McCutcheon
Huge puddings and deep crocks of stewed fruit were prepared.
"A Padre in France" by George A. Birmingham
You're just the ordinary, respectable, out-of-elbows crock that peoples that island over yonder.
"Hurricane Island" by H. B. Marriott Watson
Mr McQueen had found room, too, for some crocks of butter, and several dozen eggs carefully packed in straw.
"The Irish Twins" by Lucy Fitch Perkins
Instead of ringing he hurled the crock against the outside door of the flat, so that it smashed to atoms with a noise like thunder.
"Home Life in Germany" by Mrs. Alfred Sidgwick
Put the brine when cold into a clean, roomy vessel, a keg or barrel, else a big stone crock.
"Dishes & Beverages of the Old South" by Martha McCulloch Williams
It's a natural law, and there's no use crocking your knees on it.
"The Prairie Child" by Arthur Stringer
So a new plan was adopted, and tin pans were put upside down over the crocks to keep the nightly visitor out.
"The Biography of a Prairie Girl" by Eleanor Gates
We milk her into great white pails
And crocks of cottage blue,
And her leavings run all over the yard —
Yet our milking is never through!
"Cushy Cow" by Laura Benet
"How!" " At the crock-shop you're well sped--
Send Tommy supperless to bed.
Then at the wash-tub, or the cock,
You'll quickly reinstate the frock."
"Reconciliation" by William Hutton
We'll take a look at the country stock
And drink some milk from a dairy crock;
Look at the pigs and admire the chickens,
And try to forget it's hot as the dickens.
"The County Fair" by Edwin Carty Ranck
I was turned to grass for a year or so;
Then dragged to an auction sale;
And a country sport gave me a go;
But how could I hope but fail?
"A crock," said he. And I here began
To learn of the ways of cruel man.
"The Cab Horses' Story" by C J Dennis
'Twas my dear, old master of ninety-nine,
And I waited, fair surprised.
But ne'er by a look and ne'er by sign
Did he show he recognised.
Then I heard his words ('twas my last hard knock):
"Why don't you pole-axe the poor old crock?"
"The Cab Horses' Story" by C J Dennis
IT'S nobbut cock-leet, Sweetheart! Hast come by Yorla Moor?
Whya, Lad! thoo mun be famished! I' Muther's cheeany crock
Are spice-loaves an' fat-rascals! Dost hear my Father snore? ...
Hark! Half-past four a-soundin' fra' Yorla tower clock!
"Cock-Leet" by Dorothy Una Ratcliffe
I grow six herbs, five of them in large crocks.
The hardest part of making sauerkraut so far has been finding a crock to let it ferment in.
I found expensive crocks online.
I found utensil crocks from China at a nearby kitchen store.
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Hot, creamy Alfredo - courtesy of my crock -pot.
I love my crock -pot.
The former Cowboys coach and current FOX NFL analyst said on "The Dan Patrick Show" that Dallas owner Jerry Jones' claims that he has always been the general manager of the team is "completely a bunch of crock .
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They call themselves "The Crockin' Girls" and they have produced a mouthwatering cookbook, "Slow Cookin' Companion" (Five Star Institute, $32.95 hardcover), full of great dishes that can be prepared in a Crock -Pot.
'The Polls are a Crock '.
One of the best time saving tools for any busy family is a crock pot.