WHEN MEALS WERE MEALS by Maude Dickinson

WHEN MEALS WERE MEALS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Farm fresh, long before Sara Lee, at the turn of the century in Kansas--this is a hearty home-styled collection of recipes for breads, biscuits, cakes, cookies, candies, jellies, pies and puddings, primarily. Less on say meats or soups, and all laced with I-remember remarks about her childhood, fireflies, ferris waists, longics and all viewed through sentimental bifocals. But the meals sound mighty fine plain American.

Pub Date: July 7th, 1967
Publisher: Crowell