Old Time Farmhouse CookingRegular price $9.99
Climb down off your tractor and dig into some old-fashioned, farm-fresh comfort food! Cranberry stew is simmering on the old wood cook stove along with sweet corn freshly pulled from the stalks. Try a dab of this farm-churned golden butter on the orange rye bread warm from the oven. Whether you’re a born farmer or a country-minded city person, you’ll enjoy these creative rural American recipes from a time when the food was wholesome and life was full of fresh air and sunshine. Recipes, stories, jokes, advice, farm lore and illustrations were collected from a wide variety of agricultural sources from the 1880s-1950s. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 72 pages.
Lost Art of Pie Making Made EasyRegular price $9.99
1st American Cookie LadyRegular price $18.99
Aunt Barb’s Bread BookRegular price $9.99
Year of Potholders 2Regular price $9.99
This book is a great collection of potholders. There are 52 eight inch quilt blocks that can easily be used to create one-of-a-kind quilts as well. Alternate suggestions for unique and personalized pot holder finishes are also included. Take the challenge to create one potholder every week for a year! Author: Carol S. Vagts; Annie's; 80 pages plus pull-out patterns; softcover.
Children at the HearthRegular price $9.99
Log Cabin CookingRegular price $18.99
Peppered with authentic 19th century photographs, Log Cabin Cooking is smothered with old-time recipes, kitchen proverbs, even a pinch of proper pioneer etiquette! Make-do recipes include Leather Britches, Ash Cake and Portable Soup, using the ingredients available to settlers 150 years ago! Other goodies: hand-dipped candle making, soup warnings, molasses taffy, faux foods, zucchini clarinet and ginger beer! Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 64 pages.
Pinic TimeRegular price $9.99
The Pioneer Village CookbookRegular price $18.99
Step into our log cabin village and sample authentic pioneer cooking. From New England to Texas, the Appalachians to Pike’s Peak, pioneer cooks had to be tough and self-sufficient--able to whip up hearty meals with little more than an iron pot and a sharp knife. Recipes range from Chisholm Trail Chili to Appalachian Stack Cake and Grandma Cody’s Applesauce Cookies. If pioneer life has left you bruised and battered, we’ve included some curious remedies and questionable cure-alls. This book is loaded with captivating snippets of information, recipes, vintage art and photographs. Author: Ann Chandonnet; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 168 pages.
Take Two and Butter Them While They’re HotRegular price $9.99
Secrets of the Great Old Timey CooksRegular price $9.99
Mama’s in the KitchenRegular price $9.99
Weird and Wonderful Home Cooking 1900-1950. Here are the stories and recipes of mothers and grandmothers as they cooked their way through two world wars, food shortages, and the Great Depression. This cookbook chronicles how household gadgets dramatically changed the lives of women forever. It takes you into the kitchens of young housewives who whipped up cherry chiffon pies and other goodies. Lured by glossy product advertisements, these women were seduced into thinking that a green wiggly dessert would add glamour and romance to their lives. The book takes both a serious and humorous look at women in a changing world. Author: Barbara Swell; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 72 pages.
A Garden Supper TonightRegular price $18.99
Early American CookeryRegular price $18.99
This amazing piece of folk history was originally published in 1896 amidst a colonial revival frenzy that swept America’s eastern seaboard in the 1890s. Determined to preserve American colonial cooking, Margaret Hooker collected quaint and curious recipes and remedies that appear to have come from old and reliable sources ranging form the mid-1700s to mid-1800s. Her 266 original illustrations of cooking utensils give us a glimpse of colonial America as seen through the eyes of a young artist and teacher of 1896. Recipes, beauty secrets, etiquette, candle making and household hints are included. Written in 18th century long S style print. Author: Margaret Huntington Hooker; Native Ground Books; softcover 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"; 248 pages.
Sunbonnet Girls from Jack Dempsey Needle Art features Sunbonnet Girls at play. They can
stitched with outline stitch and easy cross-stitch. Each package
contains twelve fabric blocks ready for you to stitch. Turn them into delightful crib-sized quilts. These blocks are also good practice for beginning needle artists! Floss requirements are included, and a floss kit is also available.
This is the book version of our popular Block of the Month Program! Designed by Roxy Burgard, each butterfly is set on point and surrounded by four colorful batik fabrics. There are 12 different butterfly blocks,
named after real butterflies. Instructions are given for creating 12 different quilt blocks set into a beautiful 48” x 60” wall quilt.
What a cutie! You’ll love embroidering this classic basket wall quilt. Straight out of the 1920s, it may be tiny, but it’s packed with embroidery stitches! By PAB Designs, the stitches are easy to complete, including outline, lazy daisy, and French knot. Each month you will receive the fabric and floss you need to construct one 6" square basket block. Finished quilt is 16" x 22.
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