A collection of nostalgic, heartwarming stories contributed by survivors of the Great Depression, along with the comforting recipes that kept body and soul of their families together. Includes a bonus section of updated quick, easy, economical, nutritious recipes and tips for today.
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Rita Van Amber, a child of the Great Depression, is passionate about preserving the authentic personal history of that era as it happened in homes across the country. Her project was born from a desire to commemorate the women who so valiantly struggled to feed their families and make do in the midst of barren cupboards and discouraged husbands, as she saw her mother do firsthand. Her daughter and co-author, Home Economist Janet Van Amber Paske, learned economical and nutritious cooking at her mother's knee and shares her recipes and techniques in the bonus section.
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Book Description Van Amber Publishing, 2004. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110961966319
Book Description Van Amber Publishing, 2004. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. Brand New!. Bookseller Inventory # VIB0961966319