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Home Front recipes from WWII


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As most of you know, America experienced rationing for the first time in World War II and with the holidays looming in the wings, food seemed to be a logical subject.

Some products  that were rationed during World War II were sugar, meat, coffee, typewriters, fuel oil, gasoline, rubber, and automobiles.  Each person was issued a book of ration coupons each month.  Rationed goods were assigned a price and point value.  Families were not restricted to certain quantities of rationed goods.  But once their coupons were used up, they could not buy rationed goods until the next month. Families were encouraged to plant victory gardens.  These gardens supplied a major part of the vegetable supply during the War.

But one thing most of us can admit, our parents and grandparents ate well.  They ate to live – not lived to eat!    Here are some of the recipes, given to us…

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Home Front – Wartime recipes (2)


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From: The 1940’s Experiment .

We discussed rationing and we’ve discussed just how well our parents and grandparents ate – despite the rationing and time of war when all the “good” stuff was going overseas!  So …. as promised, here are some more of the wonderful recipes from the 1940’s.

Please thank Carolyn on her website for putting these delicious meals on-line!

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Home Front – Wartime Recipes (3)


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From: The 1940’s Experiment .

We discussed rationing and we’ve discussed just how well our parents and grandparents ate – despite the rationing and time of war when all the “good” stuff was going overseas to the troops!  So …. as promised, here are some more of the wonderful recipes from the 1940’s.

Please thank Carolyn on her website for putting these delicious meals on-line!

Recipe 61: Chocolate biscuits & chocolate spread

Recipe 62: Curried potatoes 

Recipe 63: Vegetable pasties

Recipe 64: Wheatmeal pastry

Recipe 65: Homemade croutons

Recipe 66: Quick vegetable soup

Recipe 67: Fruit Shortcake

Recipe 68: Cheese potatoes

Recipe 69: Lentil sausages

Recipe 70: Root vegetable soup

Recipe 71: Sausage rolls

Recipe 72: Eggless ginger cake

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Recipe 73: Mock duck

Recipe 74: Cheese sauce

Recipe 75: Duke pudding

Recipe…

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Die Zutaten:

für den Strudelteig:

250 g glattes Mehl (Type 700)

2 g Salz

100 ml lauwarmes Wasser

1 Ei

20 g Öl

für die Fülle (Topfenstrudel):

100 g Butter

80 g Staubzucker

5 Eidotter

500 g Topfen

3/8 Sauerrahm

Eiklar von 5 Eiern

120 g Kristallzucker

60 g Mehl

Zitronenschale

Vanillezucker

Prise Salz

100 g Rumrosinen

für die Fülle (Schokoladenstrudel):

100 g Butter

50 g Staubzucker

6 Dotter

6 Eiklar

50 g Zucker

100 g geriebene Nüsse

100 g geriebene Schokolade

20 Semmelbrösel

etwas Mehl

für die Fülle (Apfelstrudel):

150 g Butterbrösel

150 g Zimtzucker

170 g Rumrosinen

10 g Zitronensaft

1 kg saure Äpfel

Die Zubereitung:

Für den Strudelteig die Zutaten rasch zu einem weichen Teig verkneten, bis sich der Teig von den Händen löst. Dann eine Kugel formen, mit Öl bestreichen, mit Frischhaltefolie bedecken und 30 Minuten rasten lassen.

Der Strudelteig wird dann auf einem…

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