Good Chicken Recipe in 1920

Dubuque Telegraph Herald, Dubuque, Iowa June 28, 1920, page 4 Chicken, Cuban Style – Single the chicken and then cut as for fricasseeing. Wash and place in a saucepan and add two quarts of water, three onions, the well cleaned root of the celery stalk. Bring to a boil and cook slowly until tender. LetContinue reading “Good Chicken Recipe in 1920”

Dishes with Chili in 1920

Kirklin Press, Kirklin, Indiana June 24, 1920, page 10 For all who like peppery dishes the following will be appreciated: Mexican Hash Take one half pound of boiled beef chopped fine, one tomato and two cloves of garlic, also chopped fine. Cook the tomato and garlic in a little fat for a few minutes, thenContinue reading “Dishes with Chili in 1920”

Two Recipes Aimed to Cut Down Cost of the Meat Bills in 1920

Syracuse Herald, Syracuse, New York June 17, 1920, page 15 The Division of Women’s Activities, Department of Justice, believes that the cost of living, so far as meats are concerned, depends somewhat upon the individual housewife. If the woman who now confines her purchases to the so-called choice cuts of hindquarter meat will master theContinue reading “Two Recipes Aimed to Cut Down Cost of the Meat Bills in 1920”

Chile con Carne in 1920

Logansport Pharos Tribune, Logansport, Indiana June 15, 1920, page 2 Tested Recipes Chile Con Carne 4 slices bacon 1 red pepper 1 green pepper 4 large onions 1 pound steak 1 can kidney beans 1 can tomatoes Four slices of bacon cut into small pieces and fried, one red pepper, one green pepper, four largeContinue reading “Chile con Carne in 1920”

Sister Mary’s Kitchen in 1920

Quincy Daily Herald, Quincy, Illinois June 12 1920, page 9 In the kitchen of her own home Sister Mary cooks daily for a family of four adults. She brought to her kitchen an understanding of the chemistry of cooking, gained from study of domestic science in a state university. Consequently the advice she offers isContinue reading “Sister Mary’s Kitchen in 1920”

Save Money on Meat in 1920 Part 2

Owensville Gasconade County Republican, Owensville, Missouri May 28, 1920, page 10 SAVE MONEY ON MEAT Here is a real thrift recipe for a tasty, nutritious dish prepared from less costly meat. It is issued by the Division of Women’s Activities, Department of Justice. Use this recipe and save money on meat. Chuck Steak with OnionsContinue reading “Save Money on Meat in 1920 Part 2”

Serving Tongue in 1920

Standard Sentinel, Stilwell, Oklahoma May 27, 1920, page 2 Beef tongue is so well known and liked that it needs no praise. A beef tongue, if lightly corned for a few days or a week, is much improved in flavor. Simmer until tender, then cool in its own liquor after skinning, and it may beContinue reading “Serving Tongue in 1920”

Crab Toast in 1920

Seymour Daily Republican, Seymour, Indiana May 24, 1920, page 3 BREAD is a delicious food You know the wonderful nutritive qualities of bread. You know that it is the most delicious and most economical food there is. So you serve it regularly three times a day. But do you realize the mansy tasty dishes thatContinue reading “Crab Toast in 1920”

Save Money on Meat in 1920

Daily Kennebec Journal, Augusta, Maine May 14, 1920, page 8 SAVE MONEY ON MEAT Here is a real thrift recipe for a taste, nutritious dish prepared from less costly meat. It is issued by the Division of Women’s Activities, Department of Justice. Use this recipe and save money on meat. Chopped Beef Au Casserole 1Continue reading “Save Money on Meat in 1920”