A Prairie Kitchen: Recipes, Poems And Colorful Stories From The Prairie Farmer Magazine, 1841-1900
- Publish Date: 2007-01-01
- Binding: Paperback
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Prairie homes of the 1800s were often lonely places far from friends and neighbors. Farm familiesanchored by strong womenbecame legendary for their hardy self-reliance and no-nonsense wisdom. The Prairie Farmer magazine was sometimes a woman's only resource for advice and ideas on how to make do. In this fascinating collectiondrawn from the Prairie Farmer from 1841 to 1900are dozens of recipes for such down-home dishes as Green Corn Soup, Smothered Chicken, and Providence Cake, interspersed with tips and colorful stories submitted by the magazine's loyal readers.
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