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Elegant Books
Sat 22-Jan-11
9:34 pm
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Toffeeapple
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I apologise for the brevity of introduction " I have tried three times to write an elegant post to go with these elegant books and each time I have lost the post.  Forgive me my exasperation. steam Please look at the site, such a wealth of erudition.

I ordered two books on Friday morning, they arrived today.  Elegance of delivery too.

I'll try that again!

Sun 23-Jan-11
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wave Looks good TA.  I shall explore that site tomorrow ( or should I say later on today!!)

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Sun 23-Jan-11
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mike.
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this book looks particulary interesting.

'Ever wondered how to cook Thomas Hardy's frumenty, make Izaak Walton's
Minnow Tansies or pickle elder buds?' asked the Sunday Telegraph. 'Good Things in England is a collection of 853 regional recipes dating back to the C14th. First published in 1932, it was written by Florence White, the country's first ever freelance food journalist, and, like all classic culinary works, it is a pleasure to read.'

but it's late and I'm tired so I'll have a better look at the site tomorrow.

Visit my blog for food, drink, photography and hamsters.

Sun 23-Jan-11
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Michelle from Oregon
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That is one thing for sure a Kindle can't give you! How beautiful!

If you can't be a shining example, be a terrible warning!

Sun 23-Jan-11
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That's exactly how I feel about e-books Michelle.  I have books two and nine.  They  are all of similar dimensions so one may place them with equanimity, knowing that they will look wonderful.

I'll try that again!

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