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The Pioneer Lady's Hearty Winter Cookbook: A Treasury of Old-Fashioned Foods and Fond Memories, 1st Edition Hardcover – February 6, 1996
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From Library Journal
Hopping here offers more nostalgia and memories of growing up on a family farm in another era. In a general way, this book picks up where The Many Blessings Cookbook (LJ 9/15/93) ended, as that book focused on the period from the harvest through Thanksgiving. This time, there are reminiscences with recipes starting with "A Wayside Shrine," on a cold day before Christmas, and running through the winter up to "Spring Breaks at Last." The Pioneer Lady has many fans; for larger collections and others where her books are popular.
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From the Inside Flap
the winter season, fond memories and nourishing home cooking, this delightful book combines the richness of tradition with classic, festive recipes for Herbed Cream-Corn Cornbread, Old Fashioned Butterscotch Cookies, Aunt Irene's Winter Apple Pie, and Grandpa's Oyster Soup.
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Her recipe for "Mother's Homemade Tomato Soup" includes this description: "When I was a little girl, I used to help Mother peel and can great boxes of tomatoes for winter use. Sometimes we'd put up as many as 100 quarts... Mother stewed them to make this old-time tomato soup."
More of my favorite recipes in the book include: Effie's Faerie Chocolate, Old Fashioned Apple Butter Spread, Mama's Diced Chicken and Homemade Noodles, Old Fashioned Red Bean Stew, One-Dish Dinner, Floyd's Favorite Pot Roast, Great Aunt Mae's New England Clam Chowder, Effie's Corn Au Gratin, Russian Tea Cakes, Ada's Cider and Tea Punch, Mother's California Corn Chowder, Old Fashoned Boiled Cabbage, Scalloped Potatoes Au Gratin, and many more.
I checked it out from our local library and liked it so much I went online and purchased a copy even before I'd finished with the library copy. :) A great book to have on your bookshelf.