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In London the latest is a bill of fare which you may eat. The sheet on which, the edible menu is^ "printed" is made of the sugar tissue paper used on the bottom ot macaroons, while the lettering is made of cake frosting. - The London caterer who invented Ihe edible menu has been honoured by the patronage of the King. T,ho King "commanded the caterer tp teach his' chef to make .the edible novelty, and the King's chef produced it for a dinner at Windsor Castle. There was much amusement as the King's guests discovered that their menu cards were good to eat. They promptly ate them." l L J

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AN EDIBLE MENU., Evening Post, Volume LXXII, Issue 126, 24 November 1906

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AN EDIBLE MENU. Evening Post, Volume LXXII, Issue 126, 24 November 1906

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