By Susan Sanvidge,Diane Sanvidge Seckar,Jean Sanvidge Wouters,Julie Sanvidge Florence
Compiled via 4 sisters and according to their memories in their youth in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, Apple Betty & Sloppy Joe captures the glow of stories shaped whereas becoming up in a midwestern kitchen. From Lemon Meringue Pie to Tomato Soup Cake, from Mom's poultry Pie to Grandma Noffke's Sliced Cucumber Pickles, this fascinating ebook good points hundreds and hundreds of recipes (some vintage, a few quirky), plus dozens of foodstuff and cooking-related anecdotes, stories, funny asides, and interval images that shipping readers again to Mom's or Grandma's kitchen, circa 1950.
The Sanvidges proportion a legacy of loved dishes and nutrition stories that resonate not only for his or her family members, yet for readers all over the place who grew up in a small midwestern city - or want they'd. Nostalgic, humorous, and warmhearted, Apple Betty & Sloppy Joe celebrates the methods nutrition and nutrition thoughts hyperlink us to our prior, and to one another. a pleasant reward for foodstuff enthusiasts of any generation.
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Apple Betty and Sloppy Joe: Stirring Up the Past with Family Recipes and Stories by Susan Sanvidge,Diane Sanvidge Seckar,Jean Sanvidge Wouters,Julie Sanvidge Florence