Here are more recipes from the December 11, 1913 Skidmore New Era of Skidmore, Missouri. Featured are recipes for White Mountain Loaf Cake from Mrs. G. C. Ashbrook; White Sponge Cake from Mrs. W. R. Linville; and Burnt Sugar Cake… Read moreFavorite Recipes from Skidmore, 1913, Part 2
Are you cooking and baking more these days? If so, here are a few recipes from the December 11, 1913 Skidmore New Era of Skidmore, Missouri. Featured are recipes for Steamed Pudding from Mrs. Allen Murray of Stanton, Nebraska; Doughnuts… Read moreFavorite Recipes from Skidmore, 1913
In 1920, the government created and distributed a set of about 30 recipes designed to help thrifty housewives save money on meat. Here are two more recipes, as printed in the Skidmore News (Skidmore, Missouri), April 15, 1920, page 1:… Read moreMore Cost-Saving Meat Recipes, 1920
Mrs. Clint Knepper shares her recipes in the Skidmore News, 1918. Mush biscuits, oat meal bread and honey cookies.
Mrs. O. R. Kenady contributes three of her war-rationing-friendly recipes to the Skidmore News in April 1918.
Mrs. M. A. Sewell shares her recipe for corn muffins in the March 21, 1918 Skidmore News.
Mrs. Vol Coston’s recipe for Graham and Rye Muffins appeared in the Skidmore, Missouri News on March 28, 1918.
Recipes from the April 8, 1920 Skidmore News, page 1: Save Money on Meat The Division of Women’s Activities, Department of Justice, believes that the cost of living, so far as meats are concerned, depends somewhat upon the individual housewife…. Read moreSave Money on Meat
The recipes continue from the Skidmore New Era, December 12, 1913, page 13: Spanish Rice. One cup of rice, 2 medium sized onions chopped fine, 2 pimentos or green peppers chopped fine, 3 cups water, 2 cups strained tomatoes, 1… Read moreCelia Hutt’s Spanish Rice Recipe
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder, 1917