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How to Preserve a Husband Recipe

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Added: Sunday, September 3, 2006

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ONE MAN!

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Be careful in selection: Do not choose too unripe or too old.
Best results are obtained if he has been reared in a healthy atmosphere. Some insist on keeping him in a pickle, others prefer to keep him in hot water. Such treatment, however, makes the husband sour, hard, and sometimes bitter!
Many housewives have found that even poor varieties can be rendered tender and good by a garnish of patience, the sweetening of a smile and the flavoring of a kiss to taste. Wrap him in a mantle of charity. Place him over a warm steady fire of domestic devotion and serve with peaches and cream.

 

 

 

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