Autumn Wartime: Week 11 - Suppers for Cold Evenings

This week's post is for these cold evening supper menus from the very amusing Mrs. Appleyard's Kitchen published in 1942. It's hard to say this is a cookbook, even though there are recipes and an index at the back. It's more a fictional story about a woman called Mrs. Appleyard and all about her cooking skills, or lack thereof, with recipes sprinkled throughout. There's a lot of tongue in cheek humor and poking fun at the poor woman. 😁 Even though the page I include talks about cold summer evenings, the ideas translate very well no matter what the season!

I included a funny passage from the end of the book for your enjoyment.

Happy December, and here's to colder weather!


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