Image from page 149 of "The Ladies' home journal" (1889)
Title: The Ladies' home journal
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
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ItY RUTH MILLS TEAGUE IT was last January that I talked about a bridge luncheon—andbridge once a year is seldom enough. Its high time we dis-cussed once more the happy combination of good bridgeand good food, and how to work them in together to everyonessatisfaction—including your own. Im one of those old-fash-ioned cooks who believe that if you are going to feed people at allyou should do it solidly: no getting by with a fancy salad or agobby-goo dessert in my house. Bridge has been the excuse forsome appalling improvisations in the way of refreshments, but Irecommend that you give your (Continued on Page 148) Devil haddock and scallops for a main dish. Easy on purse and appetite.
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