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Image from page 1251 of "Canadian grocer January-June 1921" (1921)
Cream recipe
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Identifier: cangrocerjanjune1921toro
Title: Canadian grocer January-June 1921
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Subjects: Supermarkets Grocery trade Food industry and trade
Publisher: Toronto : Maclean-Hunter Pub. Co. [1887]-
Contributing Library: Fisher - University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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Trade Marked-—lines that arerecognized throughout Canada as being; supreme intheir field. For 35 years we have been closely allied with theice-cream trade and its wonderful growth, and forthe benefit of our clients we have compiled a bookletto give to the people who desire to make them-selves familiar with the manufacture of ice-cream—and the various ways in which ice-cream can beserved—the benefit of our experience. This booklet is written by an expert in the servingof ice-cream and in the preparation of sundaes,sodas and all manner of soft drinks. There are 141different dishes and recipes in this handy volume.By reading this book you will know how to prepareall the ice-cream dishes that are served to-day. Itwill tell you how to care for your fountain and showyou how you can substantially increase your profitsand considerably reduce your ccstt. THE J. HUNGERFORD SMITH COMPANY, LIMITED Makers of True Fruit Soda Fountain Requisites Toronto, Canada 6fi CANADIAN G R O C ER May 192!

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What the world eats
Cream recipe
Image by vigilant20 (דָרוּך)
This photo is in response to the What The World Eats article that's making the rounds again. Some of my friends and I did a challenge to show our meal plans for the week so we can see what we actually eat. Many of us are gardeners/homesteaders so what we eat changes seasonally, but this is a pretty good representation of how I'm eating now before the harvest starts. Much of my food is dry goods, home canned, or home dehydrated. So if I took something out of a jar for one of the recipes, I pictured the whole jar. I'm not eating ALL of that :D This is the original article:


Homemade yogurt with frozen berries and granola (4 meals)
Homemade oatmeal mix (2 meals)

Bean and Cheese Quesadilla (2 meals)
Salads with cucumbers, hard boiled eggs, chickpeas, and dressing (3 meals)
(2 days will be leftovers from dinner)

Bean and Barley Stew (recipe makes 4 meals:
Quinoa Stuffed Peppers (recipe makes 6 meals:
Sides of home canned green beans, baby carrots, and corn

Oranges, apples, and pears


Dehydrated carrots, quinoa, kasha, romaine hearts, blue cheese dressing, cucumber, dehydrated onions, garbanzo beans, queso quesadilla ,tortillas, home canned corn, home canned crushed tomatoes, home canned green beans, barley, refried beans, homemade oatmeal mix, home canned baby carrots, kidney beans

parmesan cheese, sunflower seeds, olive oil, spaghetti sauce, frozen berries, sour cream, homemade yogurt, green peppers, granola, tomato juice, home canned veggie broth, apples, pears, orange, and 2 eggs


Only the romaine, queso quesadilla, tortillas, green peppers, and pears were bought this week.