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I called it the Salmagundi, which means anything made out of spare parts.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
A feeling crept over me, one not unlike the feeling I'd had when I realized that they'd turned poor old Salmagundi into a traitor.
LITTLE BROTHERCORY DOCTOROW
They had caviare now, and salmagundi, and sausage and cheese, besides salad and fruit and biscuit and cake.
HANS BRINKERMARY MAPES DODGE
I'm glad I didn't, though a lot of the Salmagundi men go over there and like it.
KENNYLEONA DALRYMPLE
"Oh, that's the place where the Salmagundi Club used to meet," cried Hanny, with eager interest.
A LITTLE GIRL OF LONG AGOAMANDA MILLIE DOUGLAS
That same evening I was sitting in the library of the Salmagundi Club, when a well-known artist addressed me.
TWELVE MENTHEODORE DREISER
They had caviar now, and salmagundi, and sausage and cheese, besides salad and fruit and biscuit and cake.
HANS BRINKERMARY MAPES DODGE
This Aunt Sarah made frequently, being a frugal housewife, and called "Salmagundi."
MARY AT THE FARM AND BOOK OF RECIPES COMPILED DURING HER VISIT AMONG THE "PENNSYLVANIA GERMANS"EDITH M. THOMAS
Salmagundi was only a lively jeu d'esprit, and Irving was never proud of it.
LITERARY AND SOCIAL ESSAYSGEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS
This is very simple jesting, but at that time it was very effective in a town that enjoyed the high spirits of Salmagundi.
LITERARY AND SOCIAL ESSAYSGEORGE WILLIAM CURTIS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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