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- (continued from previous page)them, "look at the gaduide listening to us." so the two women walked away.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Mrs Kearns of Tinakilly is 90 years of age, and she remembers 84 years ago. She told me that she used to get three meals in the day. Pap or stirabout, or potatoes in the morning and fish or salt for the dinner and stirabout for the supper. Barley bread was the only bread eaten at that time, and this is how it used be baked. They would make the cake and wet it with milk well mixed with water They would have a great big "grushuck" on the heart. They would sweep all this to wan side and put the cake down on the bare grate. Then they would put the cinders up on top(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.