Happy Friday! No steak? No beefing if you've got Senate beer! Fun WWII advertisement that mentions rationing. The Christian Heurich Brewing Company, of Senate Beer fame, was founded in the 1870s and operated out of Foggy Bottom in Washington, D.C. It quickly became the largest brewer in D.C. Operations expanded under the founder, Christian Heurich, who... Continue Reading →
Treasures All Around. Alllll righty folks, I've picked up a compendium of Sunset Magazines, circa 1943. The local library (of which I'm an avid patron) just started a long-overdue major renovation. They're at the cleaning out the basement stage - quite literally. Out went a bunch of stuff from the catalog that had been collecting... Continue Reading →
From Nabisco Published July 30, 1942 More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Nutmegs Preserving Butter ~1827 Keeping Cider Sweet ~1875
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 →
Maxwell House WWII Advertisement. Here's a fascinating advert from 1943. They target women factory works - neat - during WWII working on what looks like and airplane. Here's the copy: Happy Monday! And remember... When life needs a lift, it's coffee time! More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Folding Napkins ~1872 Wanted: 500 Bakers ~1917... Continue Reading →
Folger's Print Advertisement from 1922. For the afternoon reception or for after dinner service, you may be sure that your coffee will be "right" - if it's Folger's Golden gate.