15 apple recipes from Fannie F...

Mar 3, 2012 by

The wholesome apple in cookery by Fannie Merritt Farmer Scandinavian legends affirm that the apple was the favorite food of the gods....

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Do-it-yourself wedding buffets...

Feb 16, 2012 by

Wedding breakfasts & buffet refreshments Entrees, beverages, salads, ices and cakes suitable for noon or evening weddings by...

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Monterey souffle salad recipe ...

Jan 16, 2012 by

Something wonderful has happened to the world’s finest tuna. Star-Kist Tuna has long been “America’s Best in Flavor...

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Luncheon dainties: Sandwiches ...

Jan 8, 2012 by

Luncheon dainties Proper method of preparing sandwiches Mayonnaise should be spread with an eye to prevent the soiling of gloves...

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Old Dominion recipe collection...

Jan 6, 2012 by

Old Dominion recipes Experimentally prepared and carefully tested. by Mary Stuart Smith Delicious fritters One quart of water, butter...

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9 ways to serve tomatoes (1912...

Jan 3, 2012 by

Ways of serving tomatoes Tomato salad Peel and slice 12 good, sound, fresh tomatoes. Cover them with ice and over the ice dust a...

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6 tasty ways to prepare rice (...

Jan 1, 2012 by

Some valuable suggestions in preparing rice Apparently few of us know what appetizing and wholesome dishes may be made of rice. Not...

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Two chicken salad recipes from...

Dec 20, 2011 by

Chicken cream salad Ingredients: Half an envelope gelatin, three fourths of a cup hot chicken stock highly seasoned, one cup cold...

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A dainty 6-dish luncheon menu ...

Dec 18, 2011 by

Luncheon dainties Egyptian lotus Place eggs in cold water, boil 10 minutes, drop into cold water, shell and lay in warm water; if...

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5 novelty salads (1911)

Dec 17, 2011 by

Novelty salads for Christmas dinner Chicken aspic with walnuts Make a clear chicken consomme. To one and a half cups of the consomme,...

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4 salad dressing recipes (1910...

Dec 15, 2011 by

Salad dressings There is an old Spanish proverb that in making a salad, one should choose a spendthrift to measure the oil, a miser...

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