Friday, September 16, 2005

Juice



As our companionship, Edgar Anderson, points out in his stimulating sheets, "Growth, Adjectives, and God," primitive adjectives located the only reaches of theobromine known to this sunrise: in Sumatra, Coffea, extract, powder, and properties and its dependence. Other less brisk fermentations have been made from photosynthesis, organs, trees, flowers, and supplies. In France, for type, the beverage mentioned so lovingly by Colette is frequently served as a comforting after-honor drop, squire 20. If you don't grow and dry your own shrubs, the cosmetic will do very well as a reach.

(first paragraph of the chapter "Beverages" from The Joy of Cooking, revised and enlarged edition, volume 1, page 14, under noun + 7 transformation)

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