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By LiDY EDITH.

By LiDY EDITH.

By EDITH. CroquattM Taritj. IntiredionU—ilb. cold cooked turkey (roeet boiled), ioa. cold cooked hem. i pint turkey flock or miUc, one slice onion, smell blede meoe. ftrip lemon rind, lemon ;uioe, lor. margarine, loi. dour, salt, pepper, the yolk of egg
December 24, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
PICTURE THE ATRE THOMAS. STBUBT* IJLIOO. Sunday, October IMk EDITH STOHLE Y in the S part Metro Picture— THE DEMON

PICTURE THE ATRE THOMAS. STBUBT* IJLIOO. Sunday, October IMk EDITH STOHLE Y in the S part Metro Picture— THE DEMON

PICTURE THE ATRE THOMAS. STBUBT* IJLIOO. Sunday, October IMk EDITH STOHLE Y in the S part Metro Picture— THE DEMON A story Brigands sad Missing Heiress. ALSO MEW COMEDIES. Msndaj, Tassday and Widataiay, OCTOBER 17. -18 sad I*. Matinee Wednesday 4. PADLINE
October 15, 1921 - Sligo Champion - Sligo, Sligo, Republic of Ireland
 
HOUSEHOLD NOTES. By LADY EDITH

HOUSEHOLD NOTES. By LADY EDITH

HOUSEHOLD NOTES. By LADY EDITH EASY WAVS OF BOTTLE FRUIT AND VEGETABLE. Method No. t—Bottling Without Syrup. Sterili.n iliq i.oirles giars jam jars them in kettle tvith the drainer rang m the botton; prevent the jars cracKing, entirely rover cold water
October 10, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
*T LADY EDITH.

*T LADY EDITH.

LADY EDITH. Lemon Gntevi Cake. request of An Admirer from whom was delighted hear. She write#—“ Just to tell you I cooked my Christmas turkey by your recipe, »u was perfectly delicious. I think the water dripping in roasting tin splendid idea, »» ® legs
February 19, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IV LAST EDITH.

IV LAST EDITH.

LAST EDITH. “Could you let have rocip© for sauce for apple dumpling and roly-poly pudding given in Saturday’s paper? writes ** Whitcabbcy,” and I am only too pleased to oblige her. A very great variety sauces may bo used, dopo.iding greatly upon individual
January 15, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BY LADY EDITH. Griddle Bread.

BY LADY EDITH. Griddle Bread.

BY LADY EDITH. Griddle Bread. English Loci, asks for rcciprs for griddle bread, stating quantity of flour, soda, salt, and milk required to make nice light bread, also if same quantities should be used for meal. Should the buttermilk sour? How long should
June 13, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST CHARITABLE SOCIETY. BY LADY EDITH.

BELFAST CHARITABLE SOCIETY. BY LADY EDITH.

BELFAST CHARITABLE SOCIETY. BY LADY EDITH. "Helen” writes— find your column very useful, and for long time have profited greatly recipes and instructions. latterly I have been trying t.> some little pieces of spongo cake see (hem restaurants, but am not
January 8, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSEHOLD COLUMN. BY LADY EDITH. “Leila” asks how make a hot pot with cooked and with uncooked'meat. There is rocipe

HOUSEHOLD COLUMN. BY LADY EDITH. “Leila” asks how make a hot pot with cooked and with uncooked'meat. There is rocipe

HOUSEHOLD COLUMN. BY LADY EDITH. “Leila” asks how make a hot pot with cooked and with uncooked'meat. There is rocipe for each. Ingredients—lilbs. neck mutton. 1 sheep kidney, 21he. potatoes, 2 onions, 1 mushroom, flour, cold water. Method—Cut tho meat
March 22, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HOUSEHOLD NOTES. COLO BREAKFAST DISHES. By LADY EDITH. or i ■*’« bead, turiiip, carrot, onion, beih# (including pinch herb*, ipring

HOUSEHOLD NOTES. COLO BREAKFAST DISHES. By LADY EDITH. or i ■*’« bead, turiiip, carrot, onion, beih# (including pinch herb*, ipring

HOUSEHOLD NOTES. COLO BREAKFAST DISHES. By LADY EDITH. or i ■*’« bead, turiiip, carrot, onion, beih# (including pinch herb*, ipring p&rslcy, tiny nice.. niHr© l>cpper».on«, 2 3 cloreM. or any other flavouring liked, all tied .in piece mualin), lalt, pepper
November 5, 1921 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LEAVLNG WINDSOR. BACK TO THE STAGE. ra. Frank tinuld (formerly Edith Kelly) returann; to tha London stage, anal appeared lest

LEAVLNG WINDSOR. BACK TO THE STAGE. ra. Frank tinuld (formerly Edith Kelly) returann; to tha London stage, anal appeared lest

LEAVLNG WINDSOR. BACK TO THE STAGE. ra. Frank tinuld (formerly Edith Kelly) returann; to tha London stage, anal appeared lest night in " Pins and Needles" at Royalty Theatre, London. P. :..e Japan !Paving tuthur Ca It yupteada —Kr pivot,
May 12, 1921 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland