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georgie_babbs asked:

18 May 2009


at school we are having a history day, so we have to make food from rations of world war 2. does anyone have any good recipes?

random question i know :L



barbipixi says:

Posted on 18 May 2009

omg amy that's gross x_x

Then there were the food manufacturers who took advantage of the wartime shortages to flaunt their patriotism to their profit. The familiar blue box of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Dinner gained great popularity as a substitute for meat and dairy products. Two boxes required only one rationing coupon, which resulted in 80 million boxes sold in 1943. Food substitutions became evident with real butter being replaced with Oleo margarine. Cottage cheese took on a new significance as a substitute for meat, with sales exploding from 110 million pounds in 1930 to 500 million pounds in 1944.

lol bring mac and cheese

i found this 1944 world war 2 time recipe for

"Butterless, Eggless, Milkless Cake (No Eggs):

1 c. Brown sugar, firmly packed

1 1/4 c. Water

1/3 c. Vegetable shortening or lard

2/3 c. Raisins

1/2 teasp. Nutmeg

2 teasp. Cinnamon

1/2 teasp. Powdered cloves

1 teasp. Salt

1 teasp. Baking soda

2 teasp. Water

2 c. Sifted all-purpose flour

1 teasp. Baking powder

Boil brown sugar, 1 1/4 c. Water, shortening, raisins, and spices together for 3 min. Cool. Add salt and baking soda which has been dissolved in 2 teasp. Water. Gradually add the flour and baking powder which have been sifted together, beating smooth after each addition. Bake in a greased and floured 8"X8"X2" pan in a moderate oven of 325 degrees F. About 50 min., or until done. Needs no frosting."

---The Good Housekeeping Cook Book, New edition, completely revised 1944 [Farrar & Rinehart:New York] 1944 (p. 698)


"Butterless-Milkess-Eggless Cake.

2 cupfuls brown sugar

2/3 cupful Crisco

2 cupfuls water

2 cupfuls sultana raisins

2 cupfuls seeded raisins

1 teaspoonful salt

2 teaspoonfuls powdered cinnamon

1 teaspoonful powdered cloves

1/2 teaspoonful powdered mace

1/2 teaspoonful grated nutmeg

2 teaspoonfuls baking soda

4 cupfuls flour

1 teaspoonful baking powder

1 1/2 cupfuls chopped nut meats

3 tablespoonfuls warm water

Put Crisco into saucepan, add sugar, water raisins, salt, and spices, and boil three minutes. Cool, and when cold add flour, baking pweder, soda dissolved in warm water and nut meats. Mix and turn into Criscoed and floured cake tin and bake in slow oven one and a half hours. Sufficient for one medium-sized cake."

---A Calendar of Dinners with 615 Recipes, Marion Harris Neil [Procter & Gamble:Cincinnati] 1914 (p. 120)

[NOTE: Procter & Gamble manufactured Crisco shortening. This company cookbook shows the home cook how easy it is to incorporate Crisco into everyday recipes, including cakes.]

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