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Oh, better no doubt is a dinner of herbs,When season'd with love, which no rancour disturbsAnd sweeten'd by all that is sweetest in life Than turbot, bisque, ortolans, eaten in strife!But if, out of humour, and hungry, aloneA man should sit down to dinner, each oneOf the dishes which the cook chooses to spoilWith a horrible mixture of garlic and oil, The chances are ten against one, I must own,He gets up as ill-tempered as when he sat down.
from Lucile (1860)Edward Bulwer-Lytton (1831-1891)
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