Alexia’s London: Supper April 24, 1876

Supper for Today, 1876, in a London Townhouse

  • Salt fish, soaked in water to rehydrate and remove salt, boiled and served with boiled parsnips and egg-sauce (AKA hollandaise)
  • Roasted fore-quarter lamb and currant jelly – sliced and served with orange juices, cayenne paper, salt, and butter drizzled over the top, jelly on the side.
  • Asparagus
  • Lemon bread pudding

Gail’s Daily Dose
Your Infusion of Cute:
French designer Aurelie Bidermann uses vintage lace to create some amazing jewelry. Paired with a structured little black dress and some fantastic heals there is no chicer look.

Your Tisane of Smart:
Unearthed Tomb Mural Depicts Ancient Chinese Medication
Your Writerly Tinctures:
What librarians wish publishers knew, a comic.

CAKE in Space: Done with the red pen, working Draft 2.
Soulless: Awaiting ARC distribution.
Changeless: Gone poof. Starting to gather corrections.
Steampunk short: Rewrite stage for Draft 2.

Quote of the Day:
“If man has no tea in him, he is incapable of understanding truth and beauty.”
~ Japanese Proverb


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