|War-Time Breads and Cakes|
|by Amy Handy|
With simple recipes that are accessible to even the most inexperienced cook, Amy Handy's 1918 work aims to allow homemakers to bake their own brea...
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As far back ... resident can remember, pone bread has been considered ... sliced and served cold. Recipe by: Mrs. Rebecca Burrus, Dare County, North Carolina
This 100 year ... to cook her pones in a covered ... baking for 30 minutes. Brown quickly on griddle then place in preheated oven and bake for 30 minutes.
Sift together all dry ingredients. Add oil, eggs, water and buttermilk. Mix well. Pour into greased pan or skillet. Bake at 400 degrees until done.
Cook on top of stove in saucepan until thick. Remove from stove and then add 4 tablespoons butter, 1 cup sugar, 1 cup flour, 2 eggs, 1 cup milk, and ...
Preheat oven to 350°F. Mix all ingredients together. Bake 30 minutes in flat casserole dish.
Mix first 7 ingredients. Melt shortening in an 8"x8" pan. While hot, pour 3/4 shortening into batter. Stir at once, mixing thoroughly. Bake at 400 ...
(This is a Southern Bread that I grew ... pans well. Greased at 300 degrees about 45 minutes until firm. Very good sliced with turkey, ham or just butter.
Mix together cornmeal, cold water, and salt. Cook them on stove in large saucepan until thick. Mix in rest of ingredients (mix in morning and let set ...
Mix all ingredients together. Add chicken and put into a large baking pan. Bake at 375-400°F until brown and bubbly.
Cook turkey neck, gizzard and liver to make broth, about 2 hours, with 1 pound of butter and 5 cups of water. Then mix all other ingredients. Then ...
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