Image from page 789 of “The Ladies’ home journal” (1889)

September 23, 2018 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

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Image from page 789 of “The Ladies’ home journal” (1889)
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Title: The Ladies’ home journal
Year: 1889 (1880s)
Authors: Wyeth, N. C. (Newell Convers), 1882-1945
Subjects: Women’s periodicals Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
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elf. The can openeris folded in to the wall when not working;there is even a rack for pan lids on the sideof the cabinet at the left for speed-up. Atthe food-preparation center by the refriger-ator, a narrow shelf above the work-countercanisters holds cookbooks and recipe file outof the way but leaves room on the counter forthe mixer. For the young five-to-nine wiveswho go to business from nine to five, themixer and the pressure saucepan are symbolsof their generation. My mother used to whipegg whites for angel cake with a wire whiskon a flowered china platter. It took a longtime and a lot of energy. The cook of thiskitchen turns on the beater, and while thewhites froth—not too dry—she sets the table,sets the oven timer and perhaps gets a chanceto set herself down. The young housekeepers on the Journalstaff do most of their marketing on Saturday,stocking up for the week. When its a ques-tion of money or space, they vote for a largerefrigerator even if it means a smaller range. £9

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Image from page 528 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
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Welchs Grape Juice It comes from the bottle as it comes from thegrowing grapes—pure, fresh and invigorating.Nothing is put in to preserve it or to heightenits color. Nothing gets in to affect its purity.Drinking it is like eating the choicest Concordgrapes. If your dealer doesnt keep Welchs, send .00 for trial dozen pints,express prepaid east of Omaha. Booklet of forty delicious ways ofusing Welchs Grape Juice free. Sample 3-oz. bottle by mail, 10c. The Welch Grape Juice Co., Westfield, N.Y.

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( PRACTICAL BINDERS for BOSTON COOKING-SCHOOL MAGAZINE We have had made a number of binders in green, red, and ecru buckram,appropriately lettered. They are neat, attractive, and practical. Each holds conveniently from oneto ten copies (a full year) of the magazine. As there is published in the last number (May) of each volume a completeindex, by preserving the magazines in a binder one will have at the end ofthe year a complete book on cooking and household science handy for ref-erence at all times. TO ANY present subscriber who sends us one new subscription at $ i wewill send, postpaid, as premium (as long as they last), one of thesebinders. Price 50c., postpaid. Address BOSTON COOKING-SCHOOL MAGAZINE372 Boylston Street, Boston, Mass. I Buy advertised goods — do not accept substitutes THE BOSTON COOKING-SCHOOL MAGAZINE «XRAY il Stove Polish: AskYourDealet,for it Trade-Mark SHINES EASIEST SHINES BRIGHTEST CANNOT EXPLODE LASTS LONGEST Free Sample, Address Dept. 23 LAMONT, CORLISS &a

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Cool Diet images

September 22, 2018 · Posted in Diet · Comment 

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Very young and beautiful girl having her dinner
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Blouvalk (4)
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Small to medium; above dove grey with black "shoulder" patches; below white; rather gull-like in flight; eyes red; often wags tail when perched. Habitat variable, but not forest. Widespread. Common resident and nomad.
Alternative Names:
English (Rob 6): Blackshouldered Kite
English (Rob 7): Black-shouldered Kite
English: Black-winged Kite
German: Gleitaar
French: Elanion blanc
Indigenous: Umdlampuku(X),Unongwevana(X),Tuyu(K),Rukodzi(Sh),Phakoana-mafieloana(SS),Phakoana-tšoana(SS),N’watavangani(Ts),Xikhavakhwani(Ts),Phakalane(Tw),Segôôtsane(Tw),Scientific Explained:
caerulea/caeruleus: Latin, blue.
elanus: Latin, a kite (from Greek elanos, probably from elayn(, to drive or persecute).
Measurements: Length about 30 cm; wingspan (27) 84,4 cm; wing (23 male) 246-268,7-280, (24 female) 248-267,9-276, (14 unsexed) 261-270,3-278; tail (26 male) 110-117,6-129, (27 female) 106-115,9-122, (14 unsexed) 98,2-115,5-123,1; tarsus (14 unsexed) 32,6-34-35,6; culmen (26 male) 15,4-16,6-18,7, (27 female) 16,1-17,3-18,4, (14 unsexed) 15,1-16,8-18,1. Weight (88 male) 197-235,8-277 g, (65 female) 219-257,3-343 g, (19 unsexed) 194-239,9-275 g.
Bare Parts: Iris ruby red to orange-red; bill black; cere, legs and feet yellow.
Identification: Size smallish; above pale grey; below white; black patches on upperwing at wrist; gull-like appearance and flight. Immature: Washed rusty on neck and breast; above brownish with pale edges to feathers; iris grey-brown to yellow-orange; black "shoulders" spotted white. Chick: Buff; gape and legs pink; cere yellow.
Voice: Wheezy whistles and screams; high-pitched peeeu; rasping wee-ah and weep-weep.
Distribution: Africa (except Sahara), Madagascar, Iberia, tropical Asia to New Guinea; throughout s Africa.
Status: Probably commonest raptor in most parts of s Africa, except dry W; resident, but highly nomadic.
Habitat: Varied; mainly grassland and farmland; also woodland, savanna, semi-arid scrub.
Habits: Usually solitary or in pairs by day; roosts communally at night when not breeding, sometimes in flocks of over 100 birds, from 10-35 minutes after sunset. Hunts from perch (tree or telephone pole), or by hovering over open grassland; drops onto prey with legs extended, sometimes in stages before final strike. Wags tail exaggeratedly up and down in threat. Flight graceful and buoyant.
Food: Rodents (up to 98% of diet: mainly Otomys, Praomys and Rhabdomys), shrews, small birds, reptiles and insects.
Breeding: Season: All months in s Africa, mainly July-October in sw Cape, peak in November in e Cape, peak in March in Transvaal and Orange Free State, peak in March-April in Zimbabwe. Nest: Small platform of sticks, about 30 cm diameter and 10 cm thick, lined with grass; in fork 2-20 m (usually (54) 2-3,2-8 m) above ground, near top of tree (usually thorn tree if available), accessible from above; built by both sexes; may add to old nest of another species. Clutch: (124) 2-3,5-6 eggs (usually 3-4). Eggs: Cream to buff, more or less heavily blotched with brown and rust; measure (123) 39,8 x 30,8 (35,6-46,1 x 27,5-34,8); weigh about 21 g. Incubation: 30-31-33 days, all or mostly by female. Nestling: 30-35 days, fed by female only; prey brought by male; fledgling cared for only by male for 80-90 days.
Ref. Mendelsohn, J.M. 1982. Durban Mus. Novit. 13:75-116; 1983. Ostrich 54:1-18; 1984. Proc. 5th Pan-Afr. Orn. Congr.:799-808.

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September 21, 2018 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

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Image from page 319 of “American cookery” (1914)
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Title: American cookery
Year: 1914 (1910s)
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Buy advertised Goods — Do not accept substitutes.315 The Silver Lining When Love Relented With mood attuned to tender griefShe touched her harp with soulful zeal; Love loitered for an instant brief—Then turned upon his heel. She opened wide the garden gate; Within was bloom in rich array.Love yawned—hed risen rather late— And passed upon his way. With chastened heart she sought retreat,And turned to plain, domestic arts; Lo, Love returned with flying feet,Lured by her matchless tarts. Harriet Whitney Symonds.

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The Hussy My husband thinks my hand-paintedchina so lovely that he says he wantsto take it with him when, he dies. No doubt it will stand anotherfiring. Popular Lies. Yes, sir, my wife and I have livedtogether thirty years and have never hada cross word. My summer vacation cost me exactlyfour dollars and sixty cents a day.Anyone who spends more than that is abase plutocrat. I make a rule to pay all my bills 316 regularly in cash on the first day of everymonth. Then theres no question. If I thought there was any doubtabout my making your daughter happy,sir, I should be the last man in the worldto ask her to marry me. But, my dear, this is only my secondcigar today. Yes, sir. Ten thousand miles inthat car of mine, and my total bill forrepairs is eighteen cents. So you dont believe in college educa-tion? No, sir. After graduation Inearly starved to death practising law.But you look prosperous now. Yes,sir. I went into vaudeville and made afortune balancing a barrel on my feetwhile standi

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Image from page 90 of “American cookery” (1914)
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Olivia Making Fried Steak – FIAR
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This is for one of the stories in the Five in a Row series. The cookbook had a variety of recipes to bring the book to live through food.

Tawny Fish Owl

September 20, 2018 · Posted in Diet · Comment 

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Tawny Fish Owl
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Tawny Fish Owl (Ketupa flavipes) is one of the largest owls in India. This bird, as the name suggests, thrives on a diet of fish and hence it can be seen in wooded areas near streams, rivers and ponds. This specimen was photographed at the Dhikala Zone of the Corebett National Park, Uttarakhand.

Diet – day 20
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I WILL eat better this year!

6.22 大飯原発再稼働反対デモat首相官邸前 Anti-nuclear demonstration in front of Japanese Diet

September 19, 2018 · Posted in Diet · Comment 

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6.22 大飯原発再稼働反対デモat首相官邸前 Anti-nuclear demonstration in front of Japanese Diet
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2012-06-22 Yellow handkerchief.

Changing diets in Kapuas Hulu
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Change the station
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If this novelty soda was a type of music, it would be jazz. Awful, awful smooth jazz with an aftertaste of cat shampoo.

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