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Swan, seal, beaver’s tail, stewed badger – even roasted mouse… Is there ANYTHING Clarissa Dickson Wright won’t eat?

Young Clarissa Dickson Wright | Clarissa Dickson Wright has eaten swan, seal, beaver's tail and stewed ...

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'My Life in France,' by Julia Child with Alex Prud'homme - The New York Times Book Review

Julia in her Paris kitchen. "I enjoy cooking with wine, sometimes I even put it in food." // Julia Child

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A very contrary Princess - why did the charming Margaret turn into the most unpopular royal?

Portrait of Princess Margaret taken by Cecil Beaton for her 21st birthday

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Vegan Baking: How to Replace Eggs in Your Favorite Recipes

Egg Substitutes: The Why and the How of Replacing Eggs in Your Favorite Recipes

Did you know you can make a buttermilk substitute by adding a tablespoon of vinegar or lemon juice to a cup of milk? Here are 26 more "this for that" swaps!

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Green Tea Swirl Cookies

Green Tea Swirl Cookies (perfect for St. Patrick's Day... and no artificial dyes) - more at: http://sixpackabs.dayobia.info/

King George V. Anti-German sentiment during WWI caused him to change dynasty name from Saxe-Coburg Gotha to the House of Windsor. Older brother Prince Albert was in line for the throne, but died of pneumonia. George became successor and married his brother's fiance, Mary of Teck. Upon his death, his son Edward ascended the throne but later abdicated in favor of his relationship with American divorcee, Wallis Simpson. On that day "Bertie" became HM King George VI.

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Mango coconut rice pudding

Mango Coconut Rice Pudding - Takes forever to make, but totally worth it. It's super creamy and tastes like Thai mangoes & sticky rice

Tallulah Bankhead "My father warned me about men and booze, but he never mentioned a word about women and cocaine." Tallulah Bankhead

2014 in film and TV : Clarissa Dickson-Wright, English television presenter, died March 15, at the age of 66. She was one half of the immensely popular cooking duo, "Two Fat Ladies" (pictured). Dickson-Wright is at the left, with Jennifer Paterson (1928-1999)

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Four Cheese Baked Skillet Rigatoni

Four Cheese Baked Skillet Rigatoni.