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Date: Tuesday, February 23, 1999 11:35 PM
Subject: Traditional Irish Teatime Recipe Cookbook Now Available
>Some would say that gathering around the hot liquid was a Celtic tradition
>Well if it is not the recipes which surround the teatime ritual in Ireland
>have been linked to the ancient past.
>Barm Brack of Samhain and Boxty cakes of Brigid's day and of the divination
>weddings are two of those which are linked to past tradition.
>After years of research I an now able to offer a publication of Irish
>teatime recipes which returns to the central Irish traditions. 64
>The Publication is offered with a concern for the entire tradition of the
>teatime ritual. I have included sayings, toasts, ranns and triads to extend
>the experience. We shall be using the proceeds to continue our on line
>presence and research in the field of Irish Studies.
>More information below:
>Due to popular demand!-for those seeking a cookbook that provides for the
>perfect Irish traditional teatime I have now published "The Irish Teatime
>A collection of the famous and ESSENTIAL!-Teatime Recipes of Ireland
>Sprinkled here and there with famous Irish Sayings
>For the enjoyment of those who work in the Kitchen...And including- A
>to the proper Preparation of Irish Tea. A treasure of recipes sticking to
>the tradition- and - a cultural experience. Feed your roots! A great gift
>Item! For more information:
>Within the United States and to Canada including shipping= $12.60
>To the U.K. $18.25
>contact us via e.mail for other destinations: [log in to unmask]
>Check or money order payable to: Conrad Bladey in U.S. dollars.
>Send to:Hutman Productions, PO 268 Linthicum, Md. 21090 U.S.A.
>The department of extensive financial overhead thanks you for each order.
>The funds will be used to a. pay for publication costs b. support
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