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... music FIRST FIVE: 1 Hamburg State Opera. 2 Schwarzkopf at the Royal Festival Hall. 3 New Philharmonia with Guilini, RFH. 4 BBC Symphony Orchestra with Boulez. 5 Ballo in Maschera at Covent Garden. It seems to be an axiom of contemporary opera produc tion that you discover the underlying spirit and flavour of a work, and then go clean against it. An exaggeration, no doubt, but you know what I ...

Published: Saturday 07 May 1966
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 446 | Page: Page 51 | Tags: Photographs  Recipe 

THE GOURMET: Salad of Prawns and Vegetables

... THE GO URME T Conducted by EMILIA Salad of Prawns and Vegetables TAKE one and a half dozen picked prawns, a cupful of cooked peas. Make a mayonnaise sauce, and mix with the prawns and peas, adding any other cooked vegetables, such as French beans, and minced raw tomato. Peel a cucumber, cut it in blocks and place in vinegar and water. Then hollow out the inside and fill with the mayonnaise. ...

Published: Wednesday 09 October 1929
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 491 | Page: Page 64 | Tags: Illustrations  Recipe 

THE GOURMET: Omelette de Homard

... THE GOURMET (conducted hy Emilia Omelette de Homard BREAK up the flesh of a small lobster in a basin with a wooden spoon. Add one tablespoonful of cream, the yolks of three eggs, season with salt and pepper, and beat for about five minutes. Whip the whites of the eggs to a stiff froth and stir them in very lightly. Place in an omelette pan an ounce of butter, and when melted (though not too ...

Published: Wednesday 09 September 1931
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 481 | Page: Page 58 | Tags: Recipe 


... By ELIZABETH HUGHES HALLETT T The only way to arrive at an average for the housekeeping purse is to keep accounts over a definite period and, by checking up on them, you will find not only what you have spent, but also what you must spend. Certain items in a budget are more or less static, like rent, rates, heat, tele phone. So what you have to watch most closely is food bills. Remember too, ...


... The efficient kitchen is the focal point of a happy home. More kitchens would be more efficient if more housewives knew about current ideas in kitchencraft. Inevitably our knowledge of kitchencraft is wider than that which the average woman can acquire within the radius of her own home. We have special advantages and like sharing them. But since all we know on the subject would fill a book, we ...

Recipes: Curried Biscuits

... Curried Biscuits Small, plain biscuits; curry powder; salt; margarine. Spread the biscuits and scatter liberally with curry powder. Add salt. Make a little margarine hot, and fry biscuits curry side up, basting well. Turn over and fry on the other side. Take off fire, baste again, and allow to get cold. Rolled Herring Roe Sandwiches Small tin herring roes, or cooked fresh roes; mustard, salt, ...

Recipes from France and Italy

... JULIJIU fWtTL J^a/na (t/isjJMld Better Cooking By A. H. Adair AS you travel through a country, the food changes as much as the landscape. Journeying in a leisurely manner from northern to southern France, you keep getting the impression that you have crossed another border. I travelled slowly through France recently on my way to Italy and had another chance of enjoying the changing scenes and ...

Published: Friday 01 July 1938
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1916 | Page: Page 72, 73, 130, 132 | Tags: Illustrations  Recipe 

Three FRENCH Dishes

... i/W French Dishes by Madame RAM ILL ON HUNGARIAN MINCED MEAT BALLS (bor 5 or 6 persons) lb. of minced pork meat. 6 large spoonfuls of rice. i onion of moderate size. I head of lettuce, x J oz. to 2 oz. jsS grated Swiss cheese. 2j oz. butter, i clove. About J quart of beef broth. Salt and pepper. I. Make some small balls with the minced pork meat. Roll them in flour. Put them in a saucepan with ...

Fresh Fruit, New Vegetables

... CzJruii, I L- ty/etfeiables ADAM'S SOUP j lb. each of green peas, Outside lettuce leaves or broad beans, spinach; cabbage; 2 young turnips and 2 A little fresh mint; young carrots; l£ oz. rice; 3 or 4 spring onions; 2 pints vegetable water; Salt and pepper. Shell peas. If broad beans are very young, they can be strung and sliced like runner beans. If not, shell them in the ordinary way. Scrape ...


... feM e\ H m >1 w A SOME SEASONABLE PUDDINGS Walnut and Banana Pudding SHELL and peel 3 ozs. of walnuts, then cut them into fine shreds. Peel also four ripe bananas, and rub them through a fine sieve. Now have ready 4 ozs. of beef suet, very finely chopped. Put this into a basin, and add 4 ozs. of breadcrumbs, 2 ozs. of castor sugar, a pinch of salt, and the juice and finely-grated rind of half ...

Published: Wednesday 14 November 1923
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 647 | Page: Page 90 | Tags: Illustrations  Recipe 


... . By Rosina Filippi. {Duckworth.) To classify successfully would be a difficult task. Someone asked once on reading the cast of a play, Who are all these people The question might be, and no doubt will be, echoed over . herself belongs to that vast army of heroines who subjugate their masculine world, who keep it on its knees in lifelong adoration, and completely fail in justifying ...

Published: Wednesday 20 November 1912
Newspaper: The Sketch
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 272 | Page: Page 60 | Tags: Recipe 


... RECIPES CHEZ JACQUES Ramequins au Gruyere Pastry: Proportions of three-quarters of a unit of butter to a whole unit of flour (a large break fast cup does well for eight ramequins). Mix quickly with half a wine-glassful of water and leave in a cool place. Roll the pastry to a thickness of half a crown, and line deepish individual pâté tins with it. In order to keep the shape of the tartlets, ...

Published: Wednesday 09 July 1958
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 333 | Page: Page 20 | Tags: Illustrations  Recipe