Edwardian Cooking and Kitchen Advice, Ads and “How to”s from 1917

Edwardian Cooking and Kitchen Advice, Ads and “How to”s from 1917

Here is some classic Edwardian housekeeping advice. It’s mainly advice on cooking, serving meals, and meal planning. There is an interesting article about how to incorporate healthy salads into meals, and some salad recipes.

This appears to be the cooking and kitchen section of the April 1917 issue of The Modern Priscilla... being a terrible cook and uninterested in cooking, I didn’t bother to read any of these articles, and barely looked at the vintage ads for Quaker Oats, Boss Ovens, and Cocoa. It looks like this includes an article on how to restore old furniture, how to select household silverware, planning meals for a family, and how to set the Edwardian bride’s luncheon table.

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