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Recipes From The 1800's And Older. 8 hours ago Recipes From The 1800's And Older. has 7,985 members. A nice friendly place to share your old recipes, either passed down or found on the web. One rule, I just ask that we don't use foul language because we may have some up and coming chefs in our group :) we do not do religious or political debate due to the drama it can …

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1700s 2 1800-1849 3 1850-1899 3 1900-1910 1 1910-1920 2 1920-1930 2 1930-1940 4 1940-1950 2 1950-1960 1 1960-1970 3 1970-1980 1 1980-1990 1 1990-2000 1. American Cookery. 6 Recipes. Resourceful colonial housewives …

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May 26, 2015 - 2000 year old bread,turn of the century biscuits, fairy cake and cookies going Back to 1800'S. Early Jell-o recipes and ads. See more …

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Molasses Cookie Mix. Before the Molasses Act of 1733, which taxed the sticky sauce, cookies rich with ooey-gooey molasses were common …

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Rinse chicken well in cold water. Place in large pot along with 3/4 of water, salt, peppercorns, bay leaf and parsley. Bring to a boil and skim to remove any foam from surface. Reduce heat; add cubed carrots, celery and onion (press cloves into onion). Cover and simmer for 1 hour or until chicken is tender.

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The 1,500-year-old food recipe, which has survived in the extant ancient Roman cookbook Apicius: De Re Coquinaria, involved mixing the minced meat, condiments, pine nuts, white wine, and the famous Garum fish sauce, and cooking the resultant patties over an open fire. Speaking about the dish, UK-based food historian Dr. Annie Gray said:

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Food traditions in the South tend to stick. Cookbooks are passed down, recipes are exchanged by word of mouth, techniques are taught by hand, and Southern food endures.Although we love creating new recipes in keeping with today's tastes and trends, there's something sweet about a vintage recipe that can still hold its own. Get ready for a trip down …

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Old-Fashioned Beef Stew from The New York Times. Old Fashioned Tuna Noodle Casserole from Sweet Little Bird. Old Fashion Salisbury Steak from 101 Cooking for Two. Grandma’s Old Fashioned Meatloaf from The Kitchen Whisperer. Grandma’s Goulash from Spend with Pennies. Homemade Noodles from Happy Money Saver.

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The first cooked meal was likely an accident - researchers believe roasted meat only came on the menu when ancient humans encountered forest-fire toasted animals. Once the home cooking skills were acquired, people were keen to replicate good results - which led to some of the world’s oldest - and sometimes strangest - recipes. Here are ten surprisingly old

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Whether it's a cherished family recipe or a favorite you used to pick up at the local bakery, these sweets have a taste of nostalgia to them. With these 15 vintage dessert recipes, you can whip up a batch of rice pudding, bake a coconut cream pie, or scoop some drop cookies. As a bonus, you'll get a side of old-fashioned dessert joy.

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Cranberry Sauce. Dehydrated Apple Rings. Pumpkin Puree. Apple Butter. Sweet Potato Bread. Red Hot Cinnamon Apples. Pan Fried Apples. I hope you enjoyed this list of old fashioned recipes. If you want even more old fashioned tips and tricks then you may want to check out Frugal Cooking Tips from the Great Depression.

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His recipe was an adaptation of one created by Mary Randolph, the wife of prominent Virginian David Meade Randolph. She eventually published her own book of recipes, The Virginia House-wife , in 1824.

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Collecting Old Recipe Books. I didn't really ever think about old recipes that much, until I found myself looking for some basic, old fashioned, simple recipes I used to cook when I was younger. I found a recipe book from the 1950's at a yard sale. Then one day when I went to a thrift store, looking for more books, I was fortunate to find three

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DANISH PUDDING (TWC Apr 27 1881) - One cupful of tapioca, three generous pints of water, half a teaspoonful of salt, half a teaspoonful of sugar, one tumbler of any kind of bright jelly. Wash the tapioca and soak in water all night. In the morning put on in the double boiler and cook one hour. Stir frequently.

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I found this Kentucky butter cake recipe in an old cookbook I bought at a garage sale and couldn’t wait to try it. I knew it had been someone’s favorite because of the well-worn page. —Joan Gertz, Palmetto, Florida. Go to Recipe. 19 / 40. Mini Chicken & Biscuit Sandwiches

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10 Old Fashioned Frugal Recipes from Grandma. 1. Southern Johnny Cakes. If you’re a fan of pancakes, then you have to try this similar Depression era breakfast food called Southern Johnny cakes! Check out Grandbaby Cakes’ recipe to make a delicious batch for your family! 2.

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TEST KITCHEN RECIPE! Pink stuff, also known as pink fluff or pink salad, is an old-fashioned recipe that is actually pretty yummy.This frozen treat has that colorful, weird look of other vintage recipes, but actually tastes sweet and tasty. Check out our full test kitchen recipe to learn where the pink hue comes from (hint: you use a specific jello flavor).

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What is the oldest known recipe?

The oldest existing version of the recipe was written down by a countess of Verona in 1653 in a cookbook succinctly titled Book of All Kinds of Home-Made Things, Such as Sweet Dishes, Spices, Cakes and also Every Kind of Fruit and Other Good and Useful Things, etc.

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Route 66 States & Places Legends’ Videos Much More! Old Fashioned Recipes A gourmet who thinks of calories is like a  tart who looks at her watch. James Beard Baked Beans Baked Corn Bean Soup Boiled Cookies Brown Sugar Candy Buttermilk Biscuits Butterscotch Pie Chicken and Noodles Chicken and Rice Soup Chicken Pie Chicken Pot Pie Corn Fritters

What are some old fashioned frugal recipes from grandma?

10 Old Fashioned Frugal Recipes from Grandma 1. Southern Johnny Cakes 2. Depression Era Meat Loaf 3. Chicken Pot Pie 4. Hot Milk Cake 5. Cheesy Beef Goulash 6. Ham and Bean Soup 7. Depression Era Chocolate Cake 8. One Hour Homemade Bread 9. Poor Man’s Pudding 10. Twice Baked Potato Casserole

What did people eat in the olden times?

Much of what people ate back during the olden times was based on cost and availability. Meat was expensive, so people tried to stretch it as much as they could by adding other things like beans to their recipes. And some foods that are common to us now, like avocados and broccoli, were new, often unheard of foods for many people.

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