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Image from page 510 of "The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics" (1896)

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Title: The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics

Year: 1896 (1890s)

Authors: Hill, Janet McKenzie, 1852-1933, ed Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.)

Subjects: Home economics Cooking

Publisher: Boston : Boston Cooking-School Magazine

Contributing Library: Boston Public Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library



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einz stock) notice how each little pickle, eachonion, each red pepper or bean, has its own individual place in eachbottle, where it has to be before the bottle passes inspection.Can you conceive of a method more exacting than this ? And yetthis same rigidity of requirement is manifest in every process,whether it be the growing of fruits and vegetables, their selection,cleansing, preparation, packing, labeling, or the double sterilizationof every jar, bottle and can* This is the Heinz Way—the way that has raised food-productionto the very highest level of purity and quality* And because of itsprecision every housewife may obtain from her grocer any one ofthe 57 good things for the table, with the knowledge that it isas good as her own, plus theadvantages of Heinz experi-ence, system and equipment. The Spice of Life, an enter-taining little booklet, tells how theHeinz Way will solve your foodproblems. A complimentary copywill be sent upon request. H. J. HEINZ CO., Pittsburgh, U. S. A.


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When you write advertisers, please mention The Boston Cooking-School Magazine. xix The Boston Cooking-School Magazine Winter and Delicious Ice-cream quickly made with Junket Tablets We send ten tablets to make ten quarts onreceipt of ten cents and the charming booklet, Junket Dainties, free. Chr. Hansens Laboratory,Box 2507. Little Falls, N.Y. ojo, or evil eye. If a young child hasbeen ailing for some time,, they take afresh egg, rub it for half an hour overthe little body, and then break it open.If the white is coagulated, which natu-rally it usually is, the evil influence hasdeparted, and the child is bathed,probably for the first time in its life.If the patient seems to do better, theimprovement is due to the egg, andnot to the bath. On no account wouldthe bath be given without using theegg. I noticed on all the babies apeculiar mark at the extremity of thespine, like a bruise, and about the sizeof a quarter. It disappears before thechild is a year old, and is a sign of mixedblood,



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