50 HERITAGE RECIPES yrs.1600 thru 1930 = #1

50 HERITAGE RECIPES yrs.1600 thru 1930 = #1
Created January 2013

Nancy J. Patrykus
By Nancy J. Patrykus @Finnjin
50- HERITAGE RECIPES
1600 thru 1930
COOKBOOK #1
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COOKBOOK #2
1940 t0 1960

1/11/13
Cover foto by: Stormy Stewart
From: MT Morris, MI.

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Nancy J. Patrykus



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11 Comments
Finnjin
Nancy J. Patrykus - Jan 11, 2013
WOW!! what nice memories for you..
Compiling the cookbook..was worth it .
sooooo glad youlike it!
Luv ya, ...ma...1/11/13
potrose
Rose Selvar - Jan 11, 2013
My mom was born during the time frame of this cookbook, Ma. She was already baking and cooking in 1930!! In fact, she was married and had two kids by 1930. She probably had pies setting on the window ledge and shooed the flies away! LOL. 1/11/13
potrose
Rose Selvar - Jan 11, 2013
P.50 1916 Basic EASY Gravy Recipe Using Campbell's Soups, P.52 My Grandma Lula's 1919 Whipped Cream Slaw, P.60 1920's 104 Radio REcipe #23, "Thanksgiving pie", P.68 Honey Pie, P.73 Overnight Icebox Roll's-1930, P.75 Mustcohola- 1930's Supper Casserole. Yes...another great cookbook by Ma.
1/11/13
Finnjin
Nancy J. Patrykus - Jan 11, 2013
NANCY...THat sounds like a recipe
I would like to make...
Thank you for your comment...
HUGS, Nancy...1/11/13
Finnjin
Nancy J. Patrykus - Jan 11, 2013
ROSE...I was not there ...but
I heard it thru the grape vine!!!
Heard they would put the pies on
the window sill ..to cool.
Then the flies ...came around!.....Hugs ma



LOL
HUGS,MA
potrose
Rose Selvar - Jan 11, 2013
P.23 My mom was 100% Pennsylvania Dutch and she used to make Shoofly pies all the time. I never was interested in how they were made because I never acquired a taste for them. However, I think she said it was given that name because flies liked to be around the pies and they would say "Shoo Fly". Don't know if that's why but that's what she had heard too. So you agree with my mom, Ma.
Finnjin
Nancy J. Patrykus - Jan 11, 2013
Thanks gals...appreciate your comments
Nancy
karlyn255
Stormy Stewart - Jan 11, 2013
a beautiful collection
potrose
Rose Selvar - Jan 11, 2013
Cold Oven 1800's Pound Cake...I thought it interesting that the recipe calls for 20 Tablespoons of butter. That's 4 Tablespoons short of 3/4 of a pound. 1/11/13
leilaroc
Leila Rockwell - Jan 11, 2013
Nancy this is a great cookbook and I downloaded it as seen several recipes I want to try. Thank you for posting it.
mawmawnan
Nancy Allen - Jan 11, 2013
Nancy, Thank you for including my Diner Griddle Cakes (1936). Love these cakes I made them for Christmas morning, Yum! Hugs!