World war 2 rationing recipes

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Rock Cakes

Rock Cakes

It also says that they are popular in many parts of the world too. So rock cakes are the product of cookery classes, war time rationing and the but of jokes in books, films and television jokes, but nevertheless the rock cake still stands proud – and tasty
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Remembrance Sunday Wartime Kitchen: Bacon Cakes, Baked Bean Tin Puddings & Sunday Tea

Remembrance Sunday Wartime Kitchen: Bacon Cakes, Baked Bean Tin Puddings & Sunday Tea

“These are as popular today in our house as they were during the Second World War. and I wondered how it must have been during the war to celebrate Christmas, with the men away fighting and the rationing, and yet it appears that families who cold celebrate together, did do and with some amount of ingenuity when it came to food for the festive table
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great british faggots

great british faggots

They are a healthy, hearty, cheap dish that was popular from the 19th century right up until the end of rationing after the second world war. In 2004, Ofcom banned a commercial for Somerfield, in which a man rejects his wife’s suggested dinner saying “I’ve got nothing against faggots, I just don’t fancy them. In November 2013, Facebook users were blocked for using the word, in its culinary sense, on the website. 2 onions, finely chopped. 2 tsp ground mace. 2 tbsp fine salt. 2 large onions, finely sliced. 2 tbsp cider vinegar. 2 litres beef stock. Fry the onions a little oil over a medium high heat for 20 minutes or so until nicely browned. Check every 20 minutes or so, turn the faggots if they are getting too brown. 2 onions, finely chopped. 2 tsp ground mace. 2 tbsp fine salt. 2 large onions, finely sliced. 2 tbsp cider vinegar. 2 litres beef stock
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Uncovering the past with Trench Cake

Uncovering the past with Trench Cake

sent to soldiers in the trenches during the First World War. Here’s another recipe from the World War 1 period. government in 2014 so everyone can try their hand at baking a traditional cake. 8oz/225g. 2. reduced the time of the baking to approximately 45 minutes to an hour as the 2. Although rationing in World War 1 didn’t start until 1917, some. 8oz/225g
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