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A bite of history from the kitchen.

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Why Cook? 

Since there are so many recipes, tips, and sometimes illustrations that defy explanation, Wednesdays are dedicated to these.

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Rye Bread

And the fourth little pig built his house out of my rye bread, and it outlasted even the brick house!

Potato Yeast Bread

Why potato yeast bread?  According to one of the recipes in the 1915 Five Roses Cook Book, it was especially helpful to rural housewives in the winter since recipes requiring overnight rising could easily get too cold.  I'm not actually... Continue Reading →

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