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1932 Peanut Butter Bread

welcome friends it’s Sunday morning so we’re going to do another recipe out of a depression-era cookbook and today we’re going to do one from this cookbook this is the 1932 edition of the five roses flower a guide to good cooking if you are Canadian chances are you have you have one of these…

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1939 Macaroni, Cheese & Tomato Recipe

welcome friends it is Sunday morning so we’re going to do another one of our post Depression pre-world War two recipes and this week we’re doing one from the Elm Vale community cookbook published in 1939 and we’re going to make macaroni and cheese with tomato now this was published in 1939 which is just…

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1918 RICH MUFFINS Recipe

today’s episode is generously sponsored by Squarespace welcome friends welcome back to Sunday morning in the old cookbook show we’re going to do another recipe today out of the metropolitan cookbook published in 1918 by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and today we’re going to do something called rich muffins and I don’t know why…

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🔵 1938 Golden Spice Cake Recipe

welcome friends it is Sunday morning so we’re going to do another one of our post Depression pre-world War two recipes from my favorite recipe published by the Stayner Sun in 1938 and today we’re going to make a golden spice cake submitted by mrs. H Burkholder and this is a strange recipe in this…

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🔵 1938 Depression Era Meat Loaf Recipe || Glen & Friends Cooking

welcome friends it is Sunday morning so we’re going to do another one of our pre World War two post depression or Depression era recipes out of these community cookbooks that we have and today we’re going to use my favorite recipe published by the stainer Sun in 1938 and we are going to make…

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1932 Orange Honey Bread Recipe || Glen & Friends Cooking

Welcome Friends. It is Sunday morning so we’re going to do another in our old cookbook series and again today we’re going to do the five roses flour and this copy was published in 1932 now we’ve already done a recipe from this page the peanut butter bread and a lot of people said I…

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