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51 examples of margarine in sentences

In cooking, margarine, lard, and other shortenings may be used instead, if preferred. MEASUREMENTS

With fingers rub in 1/4 cup butter or margarine, add 2 eggs well beaten and 7/8 cup thin cream.

SOUR CREAM DROP COOKIES Cream 1/4 cup butter or margarine.

Melt 4 tablespoons butter or margarine, add 4 tablespoons flour mixed with 1 1/2 teaspoons salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper.

A man who hid three and a half pounds of stolen margarine in his horse's nose-bag has just been fined five pounds.

I was in a feminine company the other day when the talk turned on war economies, with the inevitable allusion to the substitution of margarine for butter.

"Well," said one, "I bought some butter the other daythe sort we used to useand put it on the table with the margarine which we have learned to eat.

My husband took some, thinking it was margarine, made a wry face, and said, 'It won't do.

This margarine economy is beyond me.

I found it distasteful at first, but now I prefer it to my old brand, just as the lady's husband finds that he prefers the new margarine to the old butter.

Butter, in spite of the Margarine Act, it is believed, the poor can seldom get.

We live in the age of sham diamonds, and sham silver, and sham flour, and sham sugar, and sham butter, for even sham butter they have now invented, and dignified by the name of 'Oleo-Margarine'.

Almond Margarine 1 2 Nut Margarine 0 10 Blended Nut Margarine 0 10 Honey & Nut Margarine 1 0 Pea Nut Butter 0 9 Almond Cream 1 10 Hazel Cream 1 4 Cocoa Nut Cream 0 10 Nut Milk 1 4 Cooking Nutter, 1-1/2 lb.

Almond Margarine 1 2 Nut Margarine 0 10 Blended Nut Margarine 0 10 Honey & Nut Margarine 1 0 Pea Nut Butter 0 9 Almond Cream 1 10 Hazel Cream 1 4 Cocoa Nut Cream 0 10 Nut Milk 1 4 Cooking Nutter, 1-1/2 lb.

Almond Margarine 1 2 Nut Margarine 0 10 Blended Nut Margarine 0 10 Honey & Nut Margarine 1 0 Pea Nut Butter 0 9 Almond Cream 1 10 Hazel Cream 1 4 Cocoa Nut Cream 0 10 Nut Milk 1 4 Cooking Nutter, 1-1/2 lb.

Almond Margarine 1 2 Nut Margarine 0 10 Blended Nut Margarine 0 10 Honey & Nut Margarine 1 0 Pea Nut Butter 0 9 Almond Cream 1 10 Hazel Cream 1 4 Cocoa Nut Cream 0 10 Nut Milk 1 4 Cooking Nutter, 1-1/2 lb.

Mapleton's Table Nut Margarine (as these goods which resemble butter, and yet are not dairy butter, must now be called) is of remarkable purity and excellence, a north country dairy farmer declaring that he would not have known it from good fresh butter!

Readers will sympathise with the manufacturers of pure foods who are, in obedience to an arbitrary Act of Parliament, obliged to label their goods "Margarine."

They are put up in several varietiesNutarian Almond Margarine, Nutarian Walnut Margarine, Nutarian Cashew Margarine, Nutarian Table Margarine, Nutarian Cocoanut Margarine, and Nutarian Lard for cooking.

They are put up in several varietiesNutarian Almond Margarine, Nutarian Walnut Margarine, Nutarian Cashew Margarine, Nutarian Table Margarine, Nutarian Cocoanut Margarine, and Nutarian Lard for cooking.

They are put up in several varietiesNutarian Almond Margarine, Nutarian Walnut Margarine, Nutarian Cashew Margarine, Nutarian Table Margarine, Nutarian Cocoanut Margarine, and Nutarian Lard for cooking.

They are put up in several varietiesNutarian Almond Margarine, Nutarian Walnut Margarine, Nutarian Cashew Margarine, Nutarian Table Margarine, Nutarian Cocoanut Margarine, and Nutarian Lard for cooking.

They are put up in several varietiesNutarian Almond Margarine, Nutarian Walnut Margarine, Nutarian Cashew Margarine, Nutarian Table Margarine, Nutarian Cocoanut Margarine, and Nutarian Lard for cooking.

NUTARIAN MARGARINE (formerly known as Nut Butters), made in five varieties.

How sober people are most days of the week; how widely charitable; how self-sacrificing in hopes of saving the pence for margarine or melted fat upon the children's bread!

The addition of it may mean three rooms for the family instead of two; it may mean nine shillings a week instead of seven to feed five mouths; it may mean meat twice a week, or half as much more bread and margarine than before, or a saving for second-hand clothes, and perhaps threepenn'orth of pleasure.

However, margarine and condensed milk are not bad substitutes for the real articles, and the supply of bread held out to the very end.

The last thirty years have seen the rise of cheese making as a distinctive factory industry; of the manufacture of oleo-margarine, wire nails, Bessemer steel, cotton-seed oil, coke, canned goods; of the immense mills of Minneapolis, where 10,000,000 barrels of flour are made annually, and of the meat dressing and packing business for which Chicago and Kansas City are famous.

*** "Margarine," says an official notice, "can be bought anywhere after to-day."

* MARGARINE.

Still with glances far from genial I beheld you, margarine, And restricted you to menial Services in my cuisine.

Butter is of course delicious; But when that is dear and scant Welcome, margarine, nutritious Palatable lubricant!

A plate of porridge at daybreak, bannocks slightly margarined, when possible, for lunch, and a stiff cup of gruel just after Question time keep him alert and smiling.

AFTER ALL THE TROUBLE I HAD TO GET A QUARTER OF A POUND OF BUTTER, THE COOK'S SENT UP MARGARINE.

The vogue of margarine is now explained.

Another revised version is suggested by Margarine: C'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas le beurre.

And another has addressed this touching vow to margarine: Whether the years prove fat or lean This vow

I here rehearse: I take you, dearest Margarine, For butter or for worse.

A Liverpool grocer was fined last week for overcharging for margarine, eggs, cheese, ham, bacon, cocoa, jam and suet.

margarine or butter in the kitchen? etc.

Their provisions consisted of a tin of bully and four edible tiles or army biscuits, with some margarine in a Y.M.C.A. envelope.

It took us some time to get rid of the accumulation of marmalade, margarine and bacon fat which we amassed in our attempts to link fingers across the table; but about 10.30 or so we got settled down to work on your behalf.

By strict economy a little margarine may be purchased, but by no process of reasoning may it be said that the family has enough to eat, or suitable food."

"Will Mr. Russell deny that 660 million gallons of milk were produced in Ireland last year, of which half went to the creameries and more to the margarine factories and to England?"Letter in Irish Paper.

The grocer who sold margarine as butter should have felt that there was a stain on the escutcheon of the Higginses.

From the woman she glanced around the shop a dairy-shop with a marble-topped counter, and upon the counter a pair of scales and a large yellow block of margarine.

I would stretch no finger to help him, no, not if I saw him up to his chin in the oleo-margarine of which his brains and those of his bottle-nosed, flounder-eared friends seem to be composed.

Extra comforts are forwarded to submarine men, which consist of gramophone records (mostly Viennese waltzes), chocolate, sausages, smoked eels, margarine, cigars, cigarettes, and tobacco, a small and treasured quantity of real coffee, jam, marmalade, and sugar.

Passing along an English hedgerow the other day, and seeing it still covered with withered blackberries, I compared them with the bare brambles which I saw in Germany from which all berries have gone to help the great jam-making business which is to eke out the gradually decreasing butter and margarine supply.

The only food substitute which meets the casual eye of the visitor to England in war time is margarine for butter.

The only information he could gather was from the French, Belgian, and Russian prisoners with him, and some he got by bribing one of the Landsturm Guards with a little margarine or sugar out of his parcel from England.