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'The Wise Penny'

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EMELIE WALLER
THIS is the second of two talks on home-made bread, and while the subject of Emelie Waller 's last broadcast may be said to have been utility, it is fancy bread that she is to discuss this morning.
The milk loaf so delicious for tea ; the currant loaf loved by children and grown-ups alike. Then rolls come into the category, and what can be nicer than hot rolls for breakfast ? Then would you like to know how to make a honey-loaf, or Yorkshire tea cakes out of Yorkshire ? . '
That is the best of a new enterprise.
It is onlv making a start that is difficult. From a cottage loaf to croissants, and on to something even more ambitious. For housewives can cook as well as a chef if they want to, and they will soon be in a position to prove that they can, if they will follow these talks, put precepts into practice, and make a beginning.
Mrs. Waller has given these and other recipes in her pamphlet The
Wise Penny II ' (obtainable from
Broadcasting House or any B.B.C. offices on receipt of 3d. in stamps, or for 2d. on personal application), and will give further details and cautions in her talk. Have this pamphlet by you while listening to the talks.

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