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  • I knew that Rosati's Frozen Custard is also wildly experimental with their monthly flavors; it's part of the hook.

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  • Being as willing to drop the theme as he was to propose it, I accompanied him thither, where we found Mr. Medlar and Dr. Wagtail disputing upon the word Custard, which the physician affirmed should be spelt with a G, observing that it was derived from the

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  • Custard is also to be recommended provided it be freshly prepared, that is immediately before being eaten, and with very fresh milk and eggs: if such conditions cannot be rigorously fulfilled, it is preferable to do without custard, which is not a necessity.

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  • We remember our school pet: a stick insect we called Custard because it used to sick up recent meals as a yellow mush.

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  • Certainly there may be more of this in what's becoming known as the Custard Factory Quarter but that only covers the area bordered by Heath Mill Lane and Fazeley Street.

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  • It is suggestive though that entrepreneurial Rhubarb is constantly mocked by the idle media Liberal intelligentsia "Custard" calling on upon the PC Birds to mock further at all his inventiveness.

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  • It is used in a partially predigested condition in Junket "Custard", peptonized milk, and malted milk.

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  • Junket "Custard", for testing the temperature of the milk.

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  • In what way is the preparation of milk for Junket "Custard" like the digestion of milk in the stomach?

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  • You buy a valuable piece of jewellery and place in the freezer in a plastic container full of custard with a label clearly saying ‘Left over Custard’.

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