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April 27, 2005

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Richard

Thomas Hardy, DESPERATE RECIPES
Mary Elizabeth Braddon, LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET SAUCE

elisabeth

Christina Rossetti's poem "Gobblin' Market," tee hee.

Jonathan

Considering it's been spelled that way in ELH at least twice, I think we ought to be a bit more forgiving of this one.

Richard

Wilkie Collins, THE WOMAN IN WHEAT, SHWARMADALE
Emile Zola, GERMINATE
George Eliot, SCENES OF HARICOT LIFE

sharon

Can we take it back into the 18th century? Starting with, surely:

Tomato Jones
Les Legumes Dangereuses

Richard

17th Century?
Samuel Richardson, POMMELA
Marquis de Sade, AU JUSTINE
Daniel Defoe, ROBINSON CROISSANT

AA

Eliot, The Meal on the Floss
James, "The Feast in the Jungle"!


AA

I woke up in the middle of the night, suddenly thought of one more, and then promptly fell back asleep! It was very strange.

Dickens, Chard Times

Jane

A Dickens' Feast:

Barnaby Fudge
Olive Twist
Our Mutual Fries
Leek House
Marchpane Chuzzlewit
Breadwin Drood
Dumpling & Son
Little Donut
Pickwick Peppers
(K)nickerbocker Nickleby

After which:

Great Expurgations


Jane

Oh, and A Tamale of Two Cities to finish.

Graham Lester

What about American authors?

The Scarlet Pepper
Huckleberry Flan
Uncle Tom's Cabbage
The Legend of Sweet Pea Hollow
The Leaves of Foie Grois
The Last of the MO Pecans

And, for Elisabeth, The Bell Pepper Jar

Caroline

And Russian authors?
War and Peas

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