Canton Daily News, Canton, Ohio August 16, 1920, page 5 Dress, singe, clean and cut up a 4 or 5 pound fowl. Put into a kettle and cover with boiling water, bring to the boiling point and let boil rapidly five minutes. Skim, reduce the heat and add one small onion thinly sliced, one stalkContinue reading “Pressed Chicken in 1920”
Burlington Hawk Eye, Burlington, Iowa August 15, 1920, page 17 1 quart tomato juice 1/2 box spaghetti 1/2 lb hamburg steak 2 onions 1 green pepper 1 cup cheese (cut into small bits) salt cayenne pepper bay leaf 1 tablespoon margarine or butter Melt margarine in large skillet, fry onion, pepper and hamburg steak untilContinue reading “Italian Spaghetti in 1920”
Boston Post, Boston, Massachusetts August 14, 1920, page 8 1 cup flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1-2 teaspoon salt 2 eggs 3-4 cup chopped dates 1 cup uncooked rolled oats 3-4 cup sugar 2 tablespoons cream 1 teaspoon vanilla or almond extract. Sift flour, baking powder and salt. Add beaten eggs, chopped dates, uncooked rolledContinue reading “Date and Rolled Oat Cookies in 1920”
Wolf Point Herald, Wolf Point, Montana August 12 1920, page 15 A mixed vegetable chowder is a substantial dish and one well liked by the majority of people for luncheon or supper. The following recipe is one recommended by the home economic specialists of the United States department of agriculture: 2 tablespoonfuls fat or aContinue reading “Mixed Vegetable Chowders in 1920”
Lima News, Lima, Ohio August 10, 1920, page 8 Slice of ham one-inch thick. Cut off rind of ham. Heat frying pan and rub with small piece of ham fat, brown both sides of ham quickly. Add four tablespoons hot water, cover frying pan. Turn gas as low as possible and let cook twenty minutes,Continue reading “Panned Ham in 1920”
Burlington Hawk Eye, Burlington, Iowa August 08 1920, page 17 Select onions of uniform size and scrape out as much of the centers as possible. To six onions allow one-quarter pound of salt pork. Chop this well with the portions of the onions which were removed. Cook in frying pan until brown, then add halfContinue reading “Stuffed Spanish Onions in 1920”
Boston Post, Boston, Massachusetts August 07 1920, page 9 Creamed Cabbage Boil in salted water until tender, 1-2 small cabbage; make sauce by melting piece of butter, half size of an egg, in saucepan; stir in 1 tablespoon flour and 1 cup hot milk; cook; and salt and pepper to taste. Cut up cabbage andContinue reading “Recipes of New England Housewives in 1920”
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