Friday, March 6, 2009

Margie's Fun Friday

Margie: Edna is always watching that YouTube so I went there to see what's so interesting. Look what I found.

Clara, 91-year-old cook and great-grandmother discusses her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression.

I'm always in a depression living with Edna so maybe these recipes will cheer me up a bit.



10 comments:

PaulsHealthBlog.com said...

In our current economic times, we need all of the Depression recipes we can get!

Paul

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Laurel Santiago said...

These videos are really nice. I may use them in a future unit study.

JD at I Do Things said...

HA! I came across this someplace else. She's awesome. Her "Poorman's Meal" looks pretty darn good (tho she pours about a gallon of cooking oil into the pan.)

Judy said...

Hi...drop in nearly every day and enjoy your blog SO very much! Great video. Some of my family were farmers and did not use cooking oil...they butchered most of their meat and used the LARD that was rendered to cook with..eewww! "See" you later!

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Ron Centeno said...

This video is timely! Perfect for what were going through now.

This poor man's meal is interesting!. Not to mention all that oil. :-)

The Mother said...

Yeah, a depression is a great way to get undepressed.

Frog Nut said...

Amen, bring it on! All the depression med recipes you can dig up, lol!

TRoss said...

Well now, that is cool.

DineometerDeb said...

So Margie, would you rent out your garage to bootleggers?

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