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Gastronomical Hints

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In the early autumn the bon vivants' iancies lighlly turn to thoughts or game. A Welsh rabbit will assist one in keeping awake who has to sit up with a sick friend. The abundance of peaches this year would be more appreciated if they were of a better, flrmer quality. Good oranges are scarce and expensive, and lemons, as to price, may be said to have gone up In a balloon. The Chinese have more ways of .ooking a chicken than we, with all our culinary philosophy, ever dreamed Jt Good celery salad is contingent upon ;lie quality of the oil used. Avoid the üind used to lubrícate machinery. There is a popular impression that a French cook could make a delicious oup out of an ordinary billiard ball. Those to whom pears are a fatal fruit seem to increase. Therefore, look not ipon the Bartlett when it is granite. Young turkey is seasonable and palatable, although farmers say they would bo all the better "hardened up" with ooler weather. Apple pies at a Catskill hotel are described as having a "hardwood finish," that is to say, a crust apparently made )f the real Georgia pine. Immcrsed in hot water before bitten, .he race track restaurant sandwich lessens the necessity of going direct from .hat place to the nearest dentist. Cabbage and cauliflower are the two vegetables that can never be cooked at lome without the world knowing what i'ou are going to have for dinner. Venison stewed with wlne in a chafng dish will soon be in order, taking .he place of monotonous Welsh rabbit, which revived the chaflng dish two ivinters ago. The cook who serves woodcock withmt'their heads should straightway be jiven opportunity to seek another situition. The woodcock's brain is an epi;urean marseL


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