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11 Awesome Pages from World War II Ration Cookbooks

ABC of Wartime Canning 11 Awesome Pages from World War II Ration Cookbooks

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11 Awesome Pages from World War II Ration Cookbooks

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11 Awesome Pages from World War II Ration Cookbooks

My grandmother kept a stack of thin cookbooks, oftentimes product tie-ins, but the best were the ones that were dusty with history.

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11 Awesome Pages from World War II Ration Cookbooks

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My grandmother kept a stack of thin cookbooks, oftentimes product tie-ins, but the best were the ones that were dusty with history.

World War II ~  “Helping the Homemaker Make the Most Out of the Food She Can Get” issue (#3). Opening with a side-by-side “Peacetime Menu” and “Wartime Menu” for Thanksgiving dinner, one sees that by substituting fruit cocktail for crab cocktail, mashed sweet potatoes for mashed potatoes, and roast pork for roast turkey one could have a “very satisfactory meal and…help the government food program by using the foods most available.”  That’s not so bad, right?

World War II ~ “Helping the Homemaker Make the Most Out of the Food She Can…

Baked vegetable dish

Recipe For Baked Vegetable Hash ~ THIS RECIPE DATES back to World War II when meat was rationed. It was served at our family dinners, parties, church suppers, etc.

Preserving for Victory 1944. Quilt Block printed on cotton for quilters. Ready to sew.  Single 4x6 block $4.95. Set of 4 blocks with pattern $17.95.

Easy Preserving For Victory - Demetria Taylor - 1943 Wartime Canning Guide with Vintage Labels - Handwritten Recipes and Vintage Ephemera

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