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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. These are good for meals on a budget, too! I am always trying to save on groceries. Such a neat blog post! I would love to try the Eleanor Roosevelt spaghetti recipe! With that sauce sounds delicious. Anyone who comes from a poor family has these amazing, delicious recipes. My grandparents both grew up poor they became extremely successful later in life as adults ; they spent their childhoods in the slums of East Africa.
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I came across this book when I was trying to find something similar to "Clara's Kitchen"--a GREAT memoir and recipe book that I re-read every few months and often cook from. This book came up as a "similar item". But it's not at all similar. Not at all what I expected--as others have mentioned, very poorly edited and organized. It is a short 95 page volume with a rambling narrative and vague hints of recipes here and there. Some are more complete than others, but in the "Homemade Desserts" chapter, this is the drive-by allusion you get to cookies punctuated exactly like this: Dropped cookies bake at to for about 10 minutes".
Not a terribly helpful recipe for cookies there Or Meatloaf: On top of this, pour tomato catsup and smooth out with knife. May cover with aluminum foil and bake. If it had been edited well, it could have been a charming, conversational tone, but it's so random that it lacks any kind of flow. I am going to re-read the book to see if there is anything that I can glean from it, but for the most part, I think BOTH copies are going to go straight to the thrift store as a donation.
I highly recommend "Clara's Kitchen" by Clara Cannucciari. Such an intriguing title, sigh, then the shock of reality.
Would you pay money for advice such as 'Open can and heat contents'? I fell for the title and cover picture, read all very brief book then returned it fast. You can skip all that. I really wanted to like this book. It did inspire me to make recipes with cheaper ingredients however. It is badly written and poorly organized.