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“Mr. Lindeberg then uses buttermilk, a by-product of the butter-making process, in his desserts.”
“MRS. RUMNEY'S HOUSEWIFERY SCHOOL," for girls ages 6-11, instruction in embroidery, butter-making and other skills needed in a bygone era. 10 a. m.-noon, Belair Mansion, 12207 Tulip Grove Dr.,”
“When Einsestein did that extatic milky scene of butter-making in "The General Line", I wonder if he was thinking about a Koljós' economy at all.”
“She was also given the churn dash as a sign that she had control of the butter-making and the kitchen.”
“Engaging and playful, the letters to his married sister Martha in London, to Mary, Elizabeth and Anne at the family home in Daldowie, address a range of topics: the condition of Indian women, social life in Calcutta, childhood reminiscences, methods of butter-making, Tibetan ghosts.”
“His wife is a cook-stove slave, and a wash and butter-making machine.”
“They were glad to get there, because of the shade, for the sun was hot, and they were tired with butter-making.”
“While I sat like a lotos-eater, forgetful of home and butter-making, a servant brought in a parcel and a note.”
“This combined churn and butter-worker completes the process of butter-making, and when the golden mass is taken out it is ready to be packed for the English market.”
“Mrs. Atterson bought a small churn and quickly learned that "slight" at butter-making which is absolutely essential if one would succeed in the dairy business.”
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