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And when he had explained they
felt themselves to be fast friends for
But long before the great window
had been completed and brought
Blair the first of his many triumphs,
he had decided that Delia was to be
that sort of angel after all. And Delia
thought so, too.
By Berton Braley.
Away with the iced tea and salad,
Away with the lettuce and cress,
That food is too meager and pallid,
Too much of a hot water mess;
Away with the cold sliced tomatoes
Whfch recently fitted our mood;
It's time for the steak and potatoes,
The season for regular POOD!
The birdies are ceasing to chirrup,
The Panama hat's on the blink;
Come on with your pancakes and
And bring in hot coffee to drink,
For, be his work highly financial,
Or labor of body and legs,
A fellow needs something substantial,
So bring on your bacon and eggs!
In summer much less will sustain
You dine on a fig or a prune,
But oysters are now on the menu
And life is a livelier tune;
The blood in our arteries swishes;
We move with a vigor renewed;
It's time for more nourishing dishes,
So bring on your regular food!
QUINCE AND SWEET APPLES
Six pounds of quinces and six
pounds of firm sweet apples, nine
pounds of sugar. Peel, core and quar
ter fruit. Boil until half done in just
enough water to cover it. Take out
carefully on platters. Add sugar to
the liquor and boil until it is thick
syrup. Add fruit and boil until clear,
tender and red. Put in alternate lay
ers in jar. Pour over syrupy and seaL
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