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March 24th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

There was some very cute in some cases recipes for Fruits, and in other, just a touch odd to me. Clearly there was regular picking and eating of fruit in season, there was also canning of fruit, jams and Jellies, … Continue reading

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March 23th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

One of the things that was still available was beans.. It would have been a filling side dish, a way to get away from bread, a nice way to have a meal without a potato and always a great way … Continue reading

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March 22th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

We are going to talk Puddings today.. and as luck would have it, they did make a barley pudding, which means I can bring my own favorite Barley Pudding recipe and photo into play. Recipe-Creamy Barley Pudding This is best … Continue reading

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March 21th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

Urge everyone to lesson wheat consumption by at least one third though subsitutions- Food Administration Yeast Breads Basic Standard Bread Recipe at the time. 1 cup of water, 1 tbsp. of fat, 1 tsp of salt, 1 tbsp. of either … Continue reading

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March 20th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

Can you believe it, its Friday again.. and that means Fish! Oyster Pie 40 Oysters, 2 hard cooked eggs, pinch of salt, tsp of parsley, tsp of chopped onion, 2 cups of oyster liquor and water, 3 tsp of flour … Continue reading

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March 18th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

As I had a new litter of wee buns in the hutch, talking about rabbits seems like a great idea. http://www.1900s.org.uk/1940s50s-livestock.htm Why keeping rabbits was so worthwhile Rabbits are very good at reproduction all the year round. so those families … Continue reading

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March 17th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

Happy St. Paddies Day! Is it any wonder that I am going to post a Irish Stew Recipe from the wartime. One pound Mutton, wipe and cut and cover with cold water (remember that back in the day, the meat … Continue reading

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March 15th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

So we are going to offer a number of recipe today that use other grains then Wheat..  All recipes come from recipes books that say they are wartime recipes Southern Spoon Bread Scald 1 pint of milk, and pour it … Continue reading

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March 12th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

In Canada if you canned food, you could ask for extra sugar in order to do it, and you would granted a extra ten pounds of sugar, I would expect that most folks used it to put up jams, jellies … Continue reading

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March 11th- The Canadian Wartime Recipe Challenge 2015

Today we are going to talk potato.. a the lovely and lowly potato, it made up a huge amount of the calories depending on where you lived and what you did.. In one of the research I was reading it … Continue reading

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