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Excerpt from What Shall We Eat? A Manual for Housekeepers: Comprising a Bill of Fare for Breakfast, Dinner, and Tea, for Every Day in the Year, With an Appendix, Containing Recipes for Pickles and Sauces
The design of this Manual is to suggest to ladies, without the trouble of titanic/577.9, what is 'seasonable for the table, each day in the week, and how it shall be cooked. Also to present to the community of housekeepers, who sigh over the responsibility of providing for the daily wants of life, an agreeable variety, which may be varied to suit the income of the reader. The receipts have all been tested by actual experience. A daily bill of fare for breakfast, dinner, and tea is given, for one week in each month, which will present to the reader at once what is wanted, without the trouble of looking over a cook-book. A collection of Pickles and Sauces of rare merit form a desirable addition at the end.
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