Page 10, 20th March 1936

20th March 1936
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Serving It At Odd Times

No Longer a Prelude • The vogue in catering changes as much as in fashion, and to-day we find dieticians stressing the importance of soup. At one time soup was served merely as......

Radio

By Wilfrid Rooke Ley The question of •broadcast opera has' come up again. It is announced that the B.B.C. intends to set up a committee to go into the matter. Sir Landon Ronald......

Music

By Ernest Moss PLAIN PLAINCHANT 1 have received the first of a series of cards of plainchant masses, etc., published by Cary, transcribed into modern notation and furnished with......

Dishes For Lent Grilled Herrings

King Edward VII was very fond of this method of cooking herrings. They arc first split open and boned, then sprinkled with pepper and salt, dipped in milk and then in oatmeal.......

Bridge Notes Q.e.d.

A common situation in contract bridge is to find the opponents driving up your contract in the hopes you will at last overcall. It is often a nice point to decide whether to......

Could Not Keep Any Food Down

Now Enjoys All His Meals Gastric 'flu plays queer tricks with the stomach, Sometimes the weakness persists for weeks until the sufferer is on the verge of a breakdown through......