Please take some time to read Peggy's very interesting hub. Here's the link:
https://hubpages.com/food/Vintage-Wisc- … th-Recipes
Thanks a lot!!
I really enjoyed reading your hub. It was interesting as well as very informative. I liked all the three recipes but I especially loved "Scotch Scones" recipe. I love to bake and I am baking sponge cake right now. I'm hoping it turns out well. I'd like to try some of your recipes as well. . . I also liked the quote by Alvin Leung. So true!
Thanks a lot for sharing.
Blessings and love as always!!
What an interesting find by you-- I enjoyed reading about this booklet, and you have shared some interesting history about cooking and it's methods.
Old is gold, as they say, and combining it with modern technology is really worthwhile.
The recipes, which you have shared are interesting and a bit different. Would love to try them.
Thank you for sharing.
Thank you Misbah for sharing this in the forum.
It was wonderful to read about the evolution of cooking methods. Thanks for sharing the recipes from your mother' s cook book. I will try it one day Thanks for sharing Peggy's article Misbah. Have a great and week ahead.
Thanks Misbah for sharing my latest article. Those Scotch scones are really flavorful, and just the right size. I hope your sponge cake turns out to your liking.
What a treasure. I would have been delighted in finding this booklet, and I could kill an afternoon reading all the way through it and looking at pictures. Love it and I love the old stuff.
This is such an interesting article Peggy. I remember some of those old stoves. It is a treasure that you found those older booklets. I appreciate everything you wrote including the cookie recipes.
Thanks for posting this article Misbah.
This little booklet and the others like it are indeed treasures. I am so glad that you enjoyed learning about it.
I loved the yummy and mouth-watering cookie recipes. They were worth reading so that me or my Mom will bake them in near future. I would love to taste how they turn out according to your simple instructions. Thank you so much, Peggy for sharing.
Thanks Misbah for sharing Peggy's awesome article.
Peggy has created a very interesting blend of history facts and recipes. I've never used bread flour before, but Peggy's article has encouraged me to try it. Thank you for sharing her article, Misbah.
Very interesting, Peg. I love it when I come across old booklets, newspapers or magazines. It is fun reminiscing about what products and appliances used to be like. It is great that you tested out those recipes too.
Thank you for sharing the link , Misbah.
It is fun looking back in time and being old enough to remember those old stoves. They were state of the art at that time! It is fun knowing that you also remember them.
I had never baked cookies using bread flour in place of all-purpose flour. The textures are definitely different. It was fun learning about it. Glad you enjoyed reading this.
Blending history facts and recipes was fun. As to it fitting a niche site, who knows? Finding these saved vintage booklets was a delightful discovery. I am pleased that you enjoyed reading it and may wish to try baking with some bread flour.
Loved the "old is gold" notation by you. This booklet surely fits the description of old. Modern technology has made many of the tasks we do easier and less time consuming. That is for sure! Always fun hearing from you!
I also have some old newspapers from the 1950s. Is is fun to see what prices were like back then regarding food and other products. How times have changed!
I remember my mother used an oil gas stove to cook and bake. It was so much different back then when we were young. I wish I could discover old stuff like you did. By the way, I have never baked cookies using bread flour. It's great to know that it was used in vintage booklet recipes of yours. Out of three recipes, I think I am more leaning toward Soft Molasses Cooky. I love all ingredients in it. Thanks for sharing!
Have a great day!
I am pleased that you enjoyed learning about the evolution of cooking methods and these recipes that I tried out of the old booklet. Thanks for your response.
It is nice that you remember your mother's old gas stove. Those did predate the electric ones. It was my first time to bake cookies using bread flour, and it is always fun learning new things. If you make the soft molasses cookies, I hope you enjoy them.
Enjoy your upcoming trip! I'll look forward to hearing how you like the soft molasses cookies when you get back home and bake them.
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