“You could put all the talent I had into your left eye
and still not suffer from impaired vision.”

Said by the woman with the best assymetrical fringe since Phil Oakey of the Human League! Well, she was first of course but you know what I mean…

The Daricraft booklet mentioned in the previous post also supplied Veronica’s signature dish. My lovely artist friend King (“The Man Whose Face Is As Familiar As The Man In The Moon”) volunteered for this one and I’m certainly glad he did. We were all pretty puzzled by what exactly Veronica meant by her ingredient of “spiced beef” and it took 3 generations of Americans to figure it out. By the process of lateral thinking King decided to try it with pepper-crusted pastrami and it was an enormous hit with him and his friends who had gathered together to watch Mildred Pierce. They also managed to put away Joan Crawford’s Creamed White Onions in a Red Pepper Cup AND Rudolph Valentino’s Chicken from Parma – what a FEAST!

King said of the Spiced Beef, “this is SO delicious I might make it often. It makes a bit of a mess out of the frying pan though. But you can always lick it if no one is looking, or if you don’t care.”

Oh those ARTISTS!

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