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Vol 6, Iss 18

"Wait three days and the weather will eventually change. That is what it did this week. AND... we have been having our April Showers plus our sunny days. It was a beautiful Monday afternoon for the Alva Mural Society's hamburger fry & ice cream social last Monday, April 26th, 2004.

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Home Comfort Cookbook (1934) - Methods of Cooking (cont.)

Vol 12, Iss 45 America - 1934 Methods of Cooking continued from the 1934 Wrought Iron Range Home Comfort cookbook. Last week we promised you more methods of cooking. This week we bring you boiling, stewing, steaming and frying.

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Home Comfort Cookbook Hints - Canning & Preserving Vegetables

Vol 12, Iss 37 America - Have you come to a time when your vegetable gardens have been producing, coming to an end with the Fall weather approaching in some areas? We have browsed through the 1934 Home Comfort Cookbook that they used with the Wrought Iron Range, to find some hints for canning and preserving some of those vegetables.

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Bread & Bread Making (1930)

Vol 12, Iss 38 America - Our Home Comfort cookbook of 1934 states the following about baking breads on/in your Wrought Iron Range:

"Bread is divided into two general classifications; Yeast bread, and quick Bread. In their plain form, these constitute basic recipes, from which many plain and fancy variations are made by the interchanging of materials, or by the form of the finished product.

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Home Comfort Range (1934) - Pies & Pastries

Vol 13, Iss 6 America - This week we bring you some information from our 1934 Home Comfort Cookbook and about Pies and Pastries back in that time period.

Among the classifications of our foods, Pastry was one of the easiest to make properly, and also, the easiest to make badly. Starch and fats are the source of muscular nourishment and energy, and when the flour and shortening in pastry are properly combined and baked, it is highly nutritious and readily digestible by even the more delicate systems.

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Home Comfort Cookbook (1934) - Recipes & Pleasures

Vol 12, Iss 50 America - The Home Comfort Cookbook of 1934 had this tidbit of information about the Home Comfort Range pleasures of cooking recipes on the range. Did your grandparents feel the same way as the following quote?

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Home Comfort Cookbook - Soup Recipes

Vol 12, Iss 41 America - Last week we offered our readers some hints of "soups" and "Chowders" from the Wrought Iron Range, 1934 Home Comfort cookbook. Does anyone out there love a bit of "creole" (soup, that is) from time to time? The following recipe for "Creole Soup" came from our Home Comfort cookbook. This is how our ancestors were making creole soup in the 1930s. BUT . . . Wait! Where is the shrimp and other seafood that we might expect in creole today?

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Home Comfort Cookbook - Soups & Chowders

Vol 12, Iss 40 America - With the Fall, cool weather creeping slowly upon us and Winter to follow, who does not crave a bowl of soup or chowder to help keep them warm, cozy and . . . it works on a light budget, which many of us have tried to accustomed themselves and their families.

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Home Comfort Cookbook Hints - Canning & Preserving Fruits

Vol 12, Iss 36 St. Louis, Missouri - The following are someHome Comfort Cookbook hints for canning, preserving fruits on your Wrought Iron Range, as taken from the free 1934 Home Comfort Cookbook that the Culver Brothers Company sent out with each range in the earlier 1930's. That does not mean you have to go backwards to the days of cooking on a wood burning range, though.

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Home Comfort Cookbook (1934) - Candy & My Cookbook

Vol 12, Iss 47 America - T'is the season for sweets and giving something of yourself to those special around you.

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Home Comfort Cookbook - Rolls & Quick Yeast Breads

Vol 12, Iss 39 America - This week I promised you some yeast and quickbread recipes from the 1934 Home Comfort Cookbook put out by the Wrought Iron Range.

Remember when the smell of fresh baked rolls and breads filled the home? AND ... When your mom or grandmother would take the bread/rolls out of the oven and give you a slice with REAL butter? Hummmmmm Hummmm Good!!

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Cooking On A Wrought Iron Range

Vol 12, Iss 36 St. Louis, Missouri - A few years ago I found a 1930's Wrought Iron Range Home Comfort Cookbook at a garage sale in my hometown of Alva, Woods County, Oklahoma. So I grabbed this old Home Comfort Cookbook to add to my other antique collectibles. It was not only a cookbook, but a manual for the Model CB Wrought Iron Stove that was heated by wood or coal in the 1930's (approx. 1934).

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Home Comfort Range (1934) - Pastry Recipes

Vol 13, Iss 7 America - This week we promised you some pastry recipes from our Home Comfort Cookbook of 1934.

The 1934 Home Comfort Cookbook says, "Shell pastry which is to contain a cooked filling -- as for single-curst pies and cup pastries -- is baked before the filling is placed into it. If for raw or uncooked filling such as custard, the shell and filling are cooked at the same time. The pastry is lightly place in the pan in the usual manner, but is trimmed about an inch away from the rim of the pan, and this margins folded back over the edge, and scalloped, or fluted, with the fingers, to form a rigid rim around the inside of the crust."

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