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Poor Cook: Fabulous food for next to nothing

Poor Cook

By Susan Campbell and Caroline Conran

Published 1971

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To eat with potted meat, pàté and of course caviar. It looks twice as expensive as ordinary toast and costs even less.

Make toast in the usual way with slices of bread about quarter of an inch thick. Cut off the crusts and slice each piece of toast carefully in half through the soft centre, making two slices from one, each to