Old School Cooking

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UncleVic
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2011/10/12 03:48:04 (permalink)

Old School Cooking

Seen this article in the WSJ and thought I'd share:
http://online.wsj.com/art...source=profile_oneline
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    ann peeples
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    Re:Old School Cooking 2011/10/12 10:29:16 (permalink)
    What a fun and interesting article, Uncle Vic!
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    Foodbme
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    Re:Old School Cooking 2011/10/13 02:40:30 (permalink)
    Nothing in that article looks very appetizing to me.
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    Re:Old School Cooking 2011/10/14 11:37:37 (permalink)
    thanks for the link.I doubt i would eat some of those things.I have a few old advertising cookbooklets and cookbooks from the 1920s to 40s and have made some things from them,that are pretty tasty.But some of the things mentioned like pig udders just make me gag.
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