Saturday, February 28, 2009

This Is Too Cute And Might Be Helpful In The Very Near Future To Boot - "Depression Cooking With Clara."


I wish my grandmother was still alive, I'm sure she would have some knock-down recipes herself. Black folks, if you feel like sharing your great-grandmother or grandmother's depression era recipes. I will collect and post about them in the future. It will be fun to fine out if there are any major differences in food staples, cooking styles, etc........... More on Clara here.

2 comments:

Divalocity February 28, 2009 at 11:31 PM  

One thing that mother taught me in the event of hard times is to always keep the following staples on hand:
1. Beans
2. Sugar
3. Rice
4. Corn Meal
5. Flour
6. Grits
7. Dry Milk
8. Tuna
9. Peanutbutter
10.Jelly
11. Saltine Crackers
12. Oatmeal

With these twelve items in your home you can never go hungry, most of these items are nutritious and can make a meal.

Don't forget to add love, faith, patience and hope at these times of uncertainty because with these four basic items of subsistence we can never go wrong.

BLKSeaGoat March 1, 2009 at 12:20 PM  

I know how to make a mean pot of beans... pinto, navy, great northern whites, kidney, lima. I always keep smoked turkey, spices, and jasmine rice on hand.

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