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Depression Era Cooking with Clara

 
Anonymous Coward
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07/03/2008 09:25 AM
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Depression Era Cooking with Clara
I found these very interesting youtube videos with Clara, who grew up during The Great Depression. She shows viewers how to prepare popular family meals during hard times. She also tells stories during cooking time. Very nice!





Sen Yama
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07/06/2008 12:39 AM
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Re: Depression Era Cooking with Clara
Thank you for posting this up!
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07/06/2008 01:07 AM
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Choice videos. Thanks.
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07/06/2008 01:30 AM
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Re: Depression Era Cooking with Clara
Great videos.

Thanks
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07/06/2008 05:31 PM
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Re: Depression Era Cooking with Clara
Wow! 91 years old!

Yep ... "kitchen skills" will be in BIG demand!
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07/06/2008 05:56 PM
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Re: Depression Era Cooking with Clara
Those all seem fairly tasty though you can bet they'd get repetitive quickly!

Also I didn't think Olive Oil was a big thing in that period - I'm just asking out of curiosity here - was that when it was first introduced with Mediterranean immigrants coming over and not enough canola crops being produced due tot he dust bowl?
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07/06/2008 06:00 PM
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Re: Depression Era Cooking with Clara
Very cool!
I've dreamt so long..
I cannot dream anymore..
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07/06/2008 06:53 PM
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Re: Depression Era Cooking with Clara
Lol, lemme see if I got that ok. Potatoes, onions, olive oil and.. and.. something else. Add some type of tomato sauce optional.

Having been exceptionally poor I remember having potato dinners. Any combination of fried potatoes, mashed potatoes, stewed potatoes, baked potatoes,scalloped potatoes, sweet potatoes, etc..

Of course the truly poor must be gravy connoisseur also. Water gravy, onion gravy, milk gravy, tomato gravy, red eye gravy, chocolate gravy, etc..

Stock up, you'll need it.
paladin

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07/06/2008 07:22 PM
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Re: Depression Era Cooking with Clara
hey there...OP

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what a great post....I was thinking of this the other day...



would you mind if GLP change the title of your thread to..

Recession Proof GLP...Depression Era Cooking with Clara


let me know...paladin
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07/06/2008 07:44 PM
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Re: Depression Era Cooking with Clara
Great videos, thanks for posting. I miss my grandmothers sooooo much. Cherish your grandmothers if you are blessed enough to still have them with you. hf
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07/06/2008 07:58 PM
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im an expert at the cheep and tasty healthy meal. i was poor long before america got its first taste of humble. i consider myself a fine cook for the poor people.
paladin

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07/06/2008 08:05 PM
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Re: Depression Era Cooking with Clara
hey there...OP

Anonymous Coward
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what a great post....I was thinking of this the other day...



would you mind if GLP change the title of your thread to..

Recession Proof GLP...Depression Era Cooking with Clara


let me know...paladin
 Quoting: paladin




OP....let me know.....

I will not change it with out you..

this is your thread..

paladin
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07/06/2008 08:08 PM
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Re: Depression Era Cooking with Clara
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Anonymous Coward (OP)
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07/06/2008 08:15 PM
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Re: Depression Era Cooking with Clara
Thank you for posting this up!
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You're welcome! I thought she is great too!





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