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These recipes come from a field kitchen cookbook published in 1942 with dishes including little or no meat. These recipes reflect the reality of the wartime ration situation and food shortages. We prepare these meals in a real German field kitchen, but the recipes will work with a stove or even in a pot over a fire. Wartime German field rations were predominately these type of meals, prepared
Wartime Recipes – How we survived in a time of … Welcome to our section devoted to Wartime Recipes. We have seperated this section out of the Historical Recipes in response to the ever increasing demand for recipes connected to wartime. We hope you find someting of interest. If you have any wartime recipes, from any period, that you would like to share with visitors you can quickly and easily
On the Kitchen Front - Wartime Recipes - East Sussex On the Kitchen Front - Wartime Recipes Whisked Sponge Slab 3 oz self-raising flour 4 oz sugar (use caster if possible) 3 reconstituted dried or fresh eggs Line a swiss roll tin, about 12 x 8 inches with well greased margarine or greaseproof paper. Sift the flour, and leave on a plate whilst whisking the eggs; this will help lighten the sponge. Put eggs and sugar in a mixing bowl and whisk hard
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Wartime recipes – Lessons from World War One – … Wartime recipes – Lessons from World War One. November 21, 2016 ELIW Exeter Project. Whilst researching food on the home front in World War One, it was interesting to find that some of the recipes were used in the Second World War. Elizabeth Craig, (1883 – 1980) prolific writer on food, cookery and housekeeping, drew on recipes from the First World War for Cooking in war-time, 1940, to