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Starting on January 1 with a recipe for normal English marriage ceremony cake referenced to Jane Austen's Emma and carrying on with via December with a recipe for Christmas pudding attributed to a quote from Charles Dickens, Books and My nutrition presents readers the celebration to event the gastronomic delights that encouraged novelists, poets, and playwrights.

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Season with lemon-juice. Place on squares of delicately toasted white bread, garnishing with watercress, which is the best of green salads to eat with sardines. " CHARLES READE ("Propria Ouac Maribus"). For the occasions when an old-fashioned breakfast of fried mush is in demand, with its traditional accompaniment of fried pork, cut the slices of fat pork very thin; pour hot water over them, drain, plunge in ice-water for a couple of minutes and fry in a hot pan till crisp; or they may be rolled in egg and crumbs and fried in deep fat.

For those who find the English mustard moistened simply with vinegar too hot and crude, a very pleasant condiment may be made by rubbing into two tablespoonfuls of the ground mustard a tablespoonful of olive-oil, a saltspoonful each of celery salt and black pepper, a teaspoonful each of salt and sugar, and enough vinegar to make it of the right consistency to pour. For some tastes, it is an improvement to rub the bowl in which the ingredients are mixed with onion or garlic. February 8th "Betty.

Form cream cheese into small balls and press half a walnut-meat on each side, first seasoning the cheese with a little paprika or with chopped green pepper. Arrange the balls on lettuce-leaves or else on the tender white central leaves of the chicory-plant. Garnish with shredded red peppers and olives, and pour a French dressing over all. " CHARLES READE ("Peg Woffington"). One of the several kinds of cake known as "Washington pie" is made by creaming together half a cupful of butter and two cupfuls of sugar, adding the beaten yolks of four eggs and a cupful of water, beating well together and stirring in three cupfuls of flour in which has been mixed two teaspoonfuls of baking-powder.

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