Margaret tempts us with her steamed eggs, which she says many people haven’t tried, and remembers an accidental conversation with Percy Baines.
“No News,” an old vaudeville routine, exhumed and retold. Plus, a classic Manhattan – good any time of year, but not very often.
A delicious pea soup recipe, Margaret checks in with memories of Theo Blake giving directions to out-of-state drivers, and two completely off-the-wall, crazy-making coincidences in my life that make you wonder if they’re *just* a coincidence. The jury’s still out…
Rich and creamy shirred eggs – a special breakfast treat. Plus, Henry and Margaret check in, and Margaret tells of her grandfather-in-law’s adventures with his hot air engine at the County Fair and Exposition.
Easy-to-make jaw-droppingly good French Onion Soup… but more important, we overhear Margaret and Henry at a diner and have our faith affirmed that many Mainers can do just about anything, if they set their minds to it.