Alexia’s London: Supper June, 1876

Tea Drinking
music: Wander Radio Podcast J. Daniel Sawyer Interview

Supper for Today, 1876, in a London Townhouse

  • Flounders – fish cooked in brine served with parsley and butter sauce
  • Green Goose – stuffed with sage, onion, bread-crumbs, pepper, and salt served with a gravy, apple sauce, and mustard (green means young)
  • Arrowroot Pudding – (actually a custard) made with bitter almond, lemon-peel

Gail’s Daily Dose
Your Infusion of Cute:
Screen caps from Young Victoria still not in the USA, why?
Your Tisane of Smart:
Star Trek Reboot in 47 seconds – love the red balloon.
Your Writerly Tinctures:
Recently uncovered evidence of Khwarismian (Turkish) vampires from AD 1244 (post 4th Crusade): “Thirsting for and drinking blood, they butchered the bodies of dogs and humans, and eat them. The wear bulls’ horns, that are armed with iron; they are short and squat, with compact bodies; they are invincible in war, and blood to them is a delicious drink.” From templar records. Curiously indicative, no?

CAKE in Space: With agent.
Soulless: Reworking back cover tag.
Changeless: Gone poof. Starting to gather corrections. Release date unknown.

Quote of the Day:
“As for butter versus margarine, I trust cows more than chemists.”
~ Joan Gussow

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