Professor T.S. Goodfellow's now-obscure scientific preparations originated in the 1930's in the workshop of a small midwest university. Often found wild-eyed at all hours in front of his bubbling beakers with an illegible stack of notes at his side, Goodfellow was called everything from mad scientist to astounding, unprecedented genius. Here are a few of the formulae he devised specifically to alleviate winter's dark days. May they blast and soothe your doldrums and bring you whatever you seek.
Professor T.S. Goodfellow's Winter Correctives:
It's always good to keep one's coffers filled. Golden pumpkin, lime, amber, almond, a pinch of cardamom, and a pastiche of herbs which combine to bear a strange olfactory resemblance to rich cheesecake.