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Nicole Jankowski of WCQS has written a good article about Dickens's writing on food and drink. For her thoughts on how Dickens was the first to describe French fries or how he equates gravy with love, click here!
Posted at 08:07 AM in Articles about Dickens | Permalink
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I quite enjoyed the article, but how about the bonus attachment at the end? A recipe for Port Negus, a mulled wine drink!
I've always wondered what it was that Clarence Oddbody (Angel, Second Class) ordered at Nick's Bar.
I'm hoping that this is the recipe for exactly what he had in mind, because it's not nearly cold enough here for flaming rum punch.
February 10, 2017 at 07:17 AM
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