And the history of Mason jars.
From a Calumet baking powder insert.
Sometimes, dating a recipe is difficult. This isn’t one of those times.
Featuring everyone’s favorite sort-of-maple kind-of-syrup.
Using the method that would become Betty Crocker’s “new method” two decades later.
Really not a substitute for cake and ice cream.
From a letter dated August 14, 1929.
An obscure brand of a popular sugar substitute.
A popular option in the 1920s.
A type of gingerbread cake with coffee and raisins.
Sort of like a brown sugar fudge.
Made popular by automation.