The Cucumber and the Cook: The Humor Behind it All
August 1, 2014
The vegetable [cucumbers}, though apt to disagree with persons of delicate habit, when sauced in the common English mode, with salt, pepper, and vinegar only, may often be eaten by them with impunity when dressed with plenty of oil. Eliza Acton The long, fat cucumber sits at the bottom of the paper sack, like a well-fed … More The Cucumber and the Cook: The Humor Behind it All
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