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Depression Era Recipes by Patricia R. Wagner

Title Depression Era Recipes
Author Patricia R. Wagner
Publisher
Release 1990-10
Category Cooking
Total Pages 176
ISBN 9780934860550
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

"Learn about the Depression Era, how Grandma cooked, and at the same time enjoy simple, basic cooking! A collection of over 450 recipes from the Depression Era. "Back to the basics" recipes use ingredients common to most kitchens. Includes household hints, weights and measures, a spice guide and even some period poetry. Brief descriptions of positive aspects of life during the 30s are noted throughtout the book."--Back cover.

Depression Era Recipes by Patricia Wagner

Title Depression Era Recipes
Author Patricia Wagner
Publisher Adventure Publications
Release 1990-10-05
Category Cooking
Total Pages
ISBN 1591937191
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Learn about the Depression Era, how Grandma cooked, and enjoy simple, basic cooking! A collection of over 450 recipes from the Depression Era ”Back-to-the-Basics” recipes use ingredients common to most kitchens Includes household hints, weights and measures, a spice guide and even some period poetry Brief descriptions of positive aspects of life during the 30s are noted throughout the book Written in a light style; nicely illustrated

Title Family Recipes of the Depression Era
Author Joshua Romney
Publisher
Release 2003
Category College students' writings, American
Total Pages
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Romney collects recipes from the Depression era, finding that the recipes emphasize resourcefulness and creativity as a means of coping with poverty. He finds that Depression era recipes fit the definition of folklore in their creative, conservative, artistic, and traditional aspects.

Best Loved Depression Era Recipes by Publications International Ltd. Staff

Title Best Loved Depression Era Recipes
Author Publications International Ltd. Staff
Publisher
Release 2011-01-23
Category
Total Pages 64
ISBN 9781450812764
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Return to simpler times with this collection of more than 60 recipes for old-fashioned, budget-friendly meals. Book includes savory stovetop classics such as Pork Schnitzel and Corned Beef Hash, hearty one-dish meals like Tuna-Macaroni Casserole and Chicken and Dumpling Stew, plus side dishes and desserts.

The Great Depression by Marcia Amidon Lusted

Title The Great Depression
Author Marcia Amidon Lusted
Publisher Nomad Press
Release 2016-02-22
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 128
ISBN 161930337X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

In The Great Depression: Experience the 1930s From the Dust Bowl to the New Deal, readers ages 12 to 15 investigate the causes, duration, and outcome of the Great Depression, the period of time when more than 20 percent of Americans were unemployed. They discover how people coped, what new inventions came about, and how the economics of the country affected the arts, sciences, and politics of the times. The decade saw the inauguration of many social programs that Americans still benefit from today. The combination of President Roosevelt’s New Deal and the dawning of World War II gave enough economic stimulus to boost the United States out of its slump and into a new era of recovery. In The Great Depression, students explore what it meant to live during this time. Projects such as designing a 1930s outfit and creating a journal from the point of view of a kid whose family is on the road help infuse the content with realism and practicality. In-depth investigations of primary sources from the period allow readers to engage in further, independent study of the times. Additional materials include a glossary, a list of current reference works, and Internet resources.

Depression Era Frugality by Deborah Harold

Title Depression Era Frugality
Author Deborah Harold
Publisher
Release 2020-09-10
Category
Total Pages 216
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

We live in uncertain economic times. The United States is facing the most significant unemployment rate since the Great Depression. What can we learn from those who lived through those troubling times? The depression-era frugality tips, tricks, and life-hacks are lessons that we in modern times can utilize. In my book, Depression Era Frugality, I will show you how our grandparents and great-grandparents made it successfully through the Great Depression. You will learn how to become frugal in every aspect of life so that you can live life to the fullest. The era might have been called the Great Depression, but that does not mean those who lived through it were necessarily depressed. They made the most of every single resource, wasting nothing, and were the ultimate pioneers in waste management before the green movement was cool. We can learn so much from what those who lived through the Great Depression did. They managed to keep their families fed, clothed, and entertained, all while living on just a penny or two a day. How did they do it? How can we do this same thing today? Living a frugal lifestyle and learning from our grandparents during the Great Depression is a great idea for those who are living paycheck to paycheck. However, it can also be a great thing for those who simply want to get ahead and be prepared should another depression come. Although many people aren't ready to make the change to a frugal lifestyle. Hopefully, reading this guide will help you determine to make changes and start preparing for what is to come. At the height of the Great Depression, nearly a quarter of the US workforce was unemployed. Even those who were still employed had a reduction in hours and/or a cut in their wages. Even professionals such as doctors and lawyers see drops of up to 40% in their income. The majority of the population was facing financial instability, if not complete ruin. As a result, many started living by the motto: "Use it up, wear it out, make do or do without." Many families discovered new ways to live a frugal life. They started gardens, patched clothes, and found cheaper forms of entertainment. If that scenario sounds familiar, we are living through equally uncertain economic times. We can deal with this by doing what our grandparents did to not only survive, but to thrive! In this book, you will learn: Depression-era Life Hacks for Food How to Save Money on Pantry Goods, Meat, Dairy, and more How to Grow a Garden Cooking Tips including Meal Planning, Recipes, and Keeping a Pantry Depression-era Life Hacks for Clothing Depression-era Life Hacks for Cleaning Depression-era Life Hacks for Organization and Storage Depression-era Household Management Life Hacks Depression-era Healthcare and Beauty Hacks Depression-era Healthcare Hacks Depression-era Beauty Hacks Depression-era Lifehacks for Having Fun Depression-era Hacks for Finding Things for Cheap or Free Depression-era Tips for Making Money Without a Job Depression-era Budgeting Ideas How to Develop a Successful Budget How People Coped During the Great Depression How People Can Cope Today The Difference Between Frugal and Cheap The Benefits of a Frugal Lifestyle Spending Errors to Avoid Ways to Boost Your Mood without Medication You will learn all this and so much more in my book. This book also makes a great gift. Be sure to click "Buy Now" to add this title to your collection.

Vintage Recipes by Martha Stone

Title Vintage Recipes
Author Martha Stone
Publisher Independently Published
Release 2018-12-09
Category
Total Pages 92
ISBN 9781791307042
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Foods through the ages have been enjoyed and not enjoyed. Some of the foods our elder relatives ate, we would not think of eating. In years past, everyone ate what was put on the table or did without. Macdonald's was not around! This book gives recipes from different eras. There are desserts, main dishes, breads and vegetables. Some of these recipes are still around and some did not survive. Budgets and meals were stretched to feed the family. Some of the recipes are ways to increase dishes that will feed everyone. A lot of things were added to the recipe, such as macaroni in chili to stretch the recipe. The Depression Era finds a lot of adding to dishes to stretch meals as far as possible. This will cover Depression Era recipes, Pioneer Recipes and Forgotten Recipes. People lived on a budget and made foods that could be easily made every day. The cupboards were stocked with non-perishable items. Flour, salt, sugar and cornmeal were always in the cabinet. Recipes galore could be made with these items - from biscuits to wonderful cakes. There was no waste. Everything was used in the kitchen. The yummy recipes that came from those kitchens will be carried down for years to come. This book will encourage everyone to get in touch with your inner chef and make some of the astounding dishes from bygone years and enjoy them again! Some of the boxed meals and frozen items are common today, but were new in the 50's and 60's. You could even get hamburger patties in a can. A lot of the school lunches were made from government commodities, which were used by many families. Some great dishes came from the commodity foods. Some of these recipes will be loved and some not so much. So, start reading and try some of these vintage recipes.

Juanita in Blue Cookbook by Madonna Jervis Wise

Title Juanita in Blue Cookbook
Author Madonna Jervis Wise
Publisher
Release 2008-12-08
Category Cooking
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9781439207918
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Juanita In Blue Cookbook is a Great Depression era cookbook with authentic recipes of the day. The recipe collection is that of Juanita Widner Jervis who was a legendary chef and Restaurateur in central Indiana. Growing up in the 1930's, Juanita was a farm wife and mother as well as a community leader, nurturing all she came in contact with throughout her life. As a business woman she owned and operated The Rainbow Café in central Indiana which was known for its gourmet pie recipes for nearly 20 years. The recipes (including restaurant quantity specialties) intertwined with vignettes of Juanita's beloved family and life events provide Depression-era recipes and glimpses into rural life in the twentieth century.

The Rowley Cookbook by Amy Goebel Padgett

Title The Rowley Cookbook
Author Amy Goebel Padgett
Publisher
Release 2009-11-29
Category
Total Pages 206
ISBN 9781449581824
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

A collection of family recipes spanning 1917 through 1960. This cookbook is truly a labor of love. After scanning the pages of our family's tattered cookbook, handed down for three generations, I wanted to duplicate it for all of my cousins, relatives, and friends who had cherished memories of my grandmother's wonderful cooking. Publishing the recipes seemed like the perfect solution.One glance at the table of contents will tell you that my grandmother always had a house full of friends and neighbors who came over for a chat, a cup of coffee and something sweet to eat every night. There are many recipes for cakes, pies and cookies, and they all speak of the love and friendship shared.My grandmother and grandfather created the original cookbook out of a ledger book soon after their marriage. Together, they collected and entered recipes from throughout their lives.This is truly a celebration of delicious food and cherished familes.

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