Planning the Picnic. Source: In the Kitchen, 1875. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Household Finances ~1819 Catchup ~1780 Economical Wine ~1825
Today we celebrate World Ocean Day! As many of you know, we've made our home right along the central coast of California. Every day we wake up to the sea gulls, sea lions, harbor seals, and pelicans. During certain months of the year, whales stop by on their migration routes. On most days, I wake up... Continue Reading →
When you head toward the woods, good coffee must go along. Every camper knows that. Life in the open lacks zest without good coffee. Lots of other things may be left out of the duffel, for lightness; but good coffee always is included. Man alive, it's important!
What Kind of Shopper Are You? Do you make a list and check it twice? Coupon clipper? Marathon shopper - getting it all done at once for several weeks at a time? Daily shopper for what you need for tonight's dinner? ~ Today's post is a newspaper advert listing the weekly specials at the Crystal... Continue Reading →
We Wives Are In The War. This is such a great find. Had to share. It's up to us to feed our loved ones nutritious food. "Every day a whole grain food," say Uncle Sam's Nutritional Authorities. And in delicious Nabisco Shredded Wheat you get all of whole wheat's energy. It is also a good... Continue Reading →
WWII Kitchen Hacks Happy Friday! Here are four quick-tips for the kitchen: soaking dried fruit, sifting sugar, using candied citrus peels, and storing cookie dough. Challenge: Give use your quick tip for the kitchen in the comments below! My addition: I always make a quick gravy out of pan-fried meats by adding water, salt, herbs,... Continue Reading →
To all the mothers: May your day be filled with family and love! Source: The San Francisco Sunday Call, Sept. 8, 1912. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Cookery ~1825 American Wild Fruits ~1910 Jam ~1819
Meringue Cookie Time! Let's say you've made a delicious pudding or custard from scratch that called for 5 egg yolks. What do you do with all of those egg whites? Ingredients: 5 egg whites 1/2 tsp. cream of tartar 1 tsp. vanilla 1/2 cup sugar Beat eggs and cream of tartar together until foaming, slowly... Continue Reading →