Parslied (1916), Parsleyed (1926) & Paula (from Savannah)

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PAULA DEAN:  She's from Savannah, not Charleston.  I always type the wrong city.


You got anything for "parsleyed" or "parslied" adj. before 1928?
--e-mail message, received in Mali

   There isn't a whole lot.  I checked the AMERICAN PERIODICAL SERIES ONLINE, MAKING OF AMERICA, GERRITSEN COLLECTION, AUGUSTA ARCHIVES, UTAH DIGITAL NEWSPAPERS, various Cornell University digital databases (women's periodicals and agricultural periodicals), and more.

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Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file). Boston, Mass.: Feb 9, 1916. p. 5 (1 page) :
English Beef with Barley or
Clam Chowder on Tasse (illegible--ed.)
Boiled Red Snapper a la
Hollandaise and Parslied

Feeding the Hungry at St. Elizabeths; Special Corps of Dietitians Look After Meals for 4,000 Inmates, Giving Menus With Daily Changes
By JOHN J. DALY.. The Washington Post (1877-1954). Washington, D.C.: Sep 12, 1926. p. SM3 (1 page)
Col. 6:
Sunday--Roast beef, gravy, parsleyed potatoes, string beans, bread, oleo, creamy rice pudding.

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The Washington Post (1877-1954). Washington, D.C.: Apr 10, 1927. p. S5 (1 page) :
Parslied New Potatoes

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