From “The Victory Cook Book,” brought to you by Lysol Disinfectant.
A collection of recipes and materials from primary sources dated 1742-1940.
This deliciously simple vintage ice cream recipe is made only with orange juice, cream and sugar.
Originally posted on Molded Memories:
Today’s jello creation comes from another recipe book on loan from my mom, which, like the last one, is held together with a rubber band. Without a cover I can’t tell you exactly what it’s called or how old it is but I can guess with 99.5% accuracy that it…
A simple Edwardian-era clam broth once served at luxury hotel restaurants.
Put those pie pumpkins to good use with this simple 19th-century side dish.
Enjoy a curated collection of American and Canadian pumpkin recipes dated 1836-1896.
A 19th-century Creole recipe for sliced beef tongue encased in tongue broth jelly.
A sample lunch basket and recipes for three warm school lunch items from a 1916 book called “The Rural School Lunch.”
With school fast approaching, if it hasn’t already arrived, I thought it would be fun to have a little look at the history of school lunch in the United States. I won’t be covering the historical evolution of the school lunch programs or nutritional requirements in detail, at least not right now. This is more…