Grandmas Wartime Kitchen

Grandmas Wartime Kitchen An Affectionate And Informative Look At Women On The Home Front In The 1940s, Grandma S Wartime Kitchen Presents Than 150 Classic Recipes Updated For Today S Kitchens Along With Anecdotes, Advertisements, Advice, And Archival Recipes From A Unique And Defining Period In America S History.With Details And Personal Voices That Make The Material Come To Life, The Book Covers The U.S Government S Food Rules And Ration Books Substitutes For Rationed Sugar, And The Delicious Dessert Recipes They Inspired Stretching Butter, Meat, Coffee, And Other Staples Cooking And Baking For The Troops Abroad Wartime Entertaining Including Defense Parties, Progressive Parties, And A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner Using Wartime Commodities Monday Meatloaf, Mother S Fried Chicken, Macaroni And Cheese, Apple Dumplings, Vermont Johnny Cake, Honey Apple Pie, And Many Other Recipes At A Time When America Is Saluting The Soldiers Who Fought In World War II, This One Of A Kind Collection Offers A Portrait Of The Courageous And Delicious Contributions Of The Women Who Stayed Behind.

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  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • Grandmas Wartime Kitchen
  • Joanne Lamb Hayes
  • English
  • 19 June 2018
  • 0312253230

10 thoughts on “Grandmas Wartime Kitchen

  1. says:

    Part history book and part cookbook, noted food history scholar Joanne Lamb Hayes explains how rationing affected Americans during WWII She draws on her own memories and other primary sources to share information and recipes I liked this book so much I read it twice for scholarly research American rationing doesn t seem like a big deal in hindsight when we re all used to margarine ...

  2. says:

    It is not clear from the title, but this book focuses solely on American foods and rationing during WWII.It s immediately clear upon reading this that American rationing was much less strict than in the Uni...

  3. says:

    I realized 80% of the way through the cookbook that I ve read this years ago It was so good, I d forgotten I d read it as a library book as I d find a used copy and bought it for myself I would highly recommend many of the recipes from this book These are recipes cooked during the war years when certain foods were rationed So that means many are low in fat as butter and shortening were rationed Certain meats were rationed so their are recipes to stretch meat like Monday Meatloaf or meatle I realized 80% of the way through the cookbook that I ve read this years ago It was so good, I d forgotten I d read it as a library book as I d find a used copy and bought it for myself I would highly recommend many of the recipes from this book These are recipes cooked during the war years when certain foods were rationed So that means many are low in fat as butter and s...

  4. says:

    A unique look at the creativity our grandmas and great grandmas needed to use in the kitchen during World War II.

  5. says:

    Before reading it I was wondering the other day how WWII era folks ate, given those ration cards, and figured they probably had a pretty healthy diet and were able to eat nutritionally correct on strict budgets, so I thought I d take a look at this After reading it Well, there certainly are some crazy recipes in there vegetable pancakes But it was odd reading some of them, well, yes My grandmother DID used to make some of those, and I could instantly remember how they tasted Before reading it I was wondering the other day how WWII era folks ate, given those ration cards, and figured they probably had a pretty healthy diet and were able to eat nutritionally correct on strict budgets, so I thought I d take a look at this After reading it Well, there certainly are some crazy recipes in there...

  6. says:

    I really enjoyed this book I thought the author did a great job compiling the various recipes and the introduction for each section was filled with interesting things about WWII that I had never known She introduces all of the recipes and I love the reprinted wartime propaganda images and ration information along with quotes from wartime women s magazines and from women who experienced the war I can t wait to try so many of the recipes, and I got to try the beet relish from this book that a f I really enjoyed this book I thought the author did a great job compiling the various recipes and the introduction for each section was filled with interesting things about WWII that I had never known She introduces all of the recipes and I love the reprinted wartime propaganda images and ration information along with quotes from...

  7. says:

    I love cookbooks, so I ve been savoring this one each chapter has a historical introduction on the whys and how the recipes in the chapter were developed I found it really neat.the recipes are interesting, weird, and sometimes gross, but there wer...

  8. says:

    This is a book of WWII era recipes along with remembrances from women who were teenagers and young married women in the 1940s I picked it up to give me ideas of how to used the produce from my version of a victory garden, but I found that I enjoyed the information about rationing and w...

  9. says:

    I loved this one A couple pages of facts and history before each chapter of recipes fascinated me There were pictures and anecdotes and ads from WWII A lot of these recipes reminded me of things my grandmother made and brought back some good memories Some of these would be good for right now ...

  10. says:

    Terribly interesting, finding out how home cooks dealt with rationing and the things they used as substitutes or replacements for meat, butter and fats I particularly enjoyed seeing all the advertisements and propaganda from the era encouragement to s...

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