February 19, 1926

Fri., 19  Storms all day. Tuttle does not go down after dinner. Stitch comforter binding, which finishes that piece of work. Make a Florentine pudding, a dish of dressing and an experiment cake. Tuttle kills a white hen which I clean in the evening.

 

Do check out the pudding link–it’s a very elegant cookbook. I wonder if Ella had it!

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One Response to February 19, 1926

  1. Roseann says:

    Fun to see the recipes

    Sent from my iPhone

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