I found this lovely teapot on TT's Origami Page; unfortunately there is no address so I couldn't ask for permission to publish these pictures. 0 If you want something to serve with the tea I have an old recipe for caraway cakes here. I found it in one of Gutenberg's many cookbooks — I'll try to find out which, and publish the title later. 0
CARAWAY CAKES. Take one pound of flour, three quarters of a pound of sugar, half a pound of butter, a glass of rose-water, four eggs, and half a tea-cup of caraway seed,—the materials well rubbed together and beat up. Drop them from a spoon on tin sheets, and bake them brown in rather a slow oven. Twenty minutes, or half an hour, is enough to bake them.
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It is easier to say what and who I'm not. — I'm not my profession — I'm not my salay — I'm not my age — I'm not my illness — I'm not my civil status So who am I? — a person just the right size and age — an untidy pedant — a conservative radical And what do I do? — weave — read — listen to music, classical preferably baroque