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Trick-Madame
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Historic

The 'Trick-Madame' referred to as a salad in old texts may have been Stonecrop, Sedum reflexum.


Original Receipt in Evelyn 1699;

69. Trick-Madame, sedum minus, stone-Crop; is cooling and moist, grateful to the stomach. The Cimata and Tops, when young and tender, dress'd as Purselane, is a frequent Ingredient in our cold sallet.




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