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  • September 12, 2011 02:13:42 AM

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A collection of vintage Food Advertisements, Recipes and Recipe reviews for the modern cook

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U Boat Food Project: The End

     This is I regret to say the end of this project.  With the deepening crisis of COVID-19 and the economic uncertainty that is being created I need to focus on my own affairs and bring my cooking back to having more flexibility.  I also want to preserve what canned goods I have in case things get really bad rather than run though them with this diet.     It has been an interesting look into history while doing this.  I cannot say I was happy with...

U Boat Food Project Days 11 & 12

     This post catches me up to the present day and with it we have a special meal, sauerbraten.  Sauerbraten was used to use up the last of the fresh beef which by this time would have been starting to go sour even under refrigeration.  Vinegar has long been used as means of hiding the flavor of beef that is a bit off and while the Romans were preserving meat in red wine over 2000 years ago, the probable origins of this dish go back to the time of Charlemagne.  It...

U Boat Food Project: Days 9 & 10

     So I got a little behind these last few days, my apologies, life comes at you fast and I was busy with some personal issues.  I made lunch the last 4 days but I did not follow the menu for dinner because I was clearing up leftovers in the fridge from these rather large lunches and one day I skipped dinner entirely because I wasn't in the mood emotionally.Day 9Breakfast: toast, jam, coffeeLunch: pot roast, roasted brussels sprouts and fried potatoesSupper: skippedDay...

Gluten Free Pork Schitzel and Jager Gravy Recipe

     A week or so before the madness started with COVID-19, I was diagnosed as being celiac.  It certainly answered alot of health questions I have had kicking around in my brain all my life so I immediately cut gluten from my life forever.  It's been a strange transition but I feel better because of making the change.  Needless to say, I have had to make a change to the U Boat recipes that I am doing for this project and this schnitzel is one of them.  I...

U Boat Food Project: Day 8

     Well this first week of this historical project is in the books so to speak.  I shot a video on my youtube channel where I explain my thoughts and feelings after the first week of this menu, you can check it out below.  Today was the last day of fresh milk and cream, from here on out it is evaporated or condensed milk and the recipes will reflect this change.  This will also be the last week of fresh meat.  I had to draw a line somewhere and say they...

U Boat Recipes: Roasted vegetables and Apples

     Sorry for using the same photo for 2 recipes but I wasn't sure if I was going to include the roasted vegetable recipe.  I't been some time since I was writing on this blog and I have to get back into the groove so to speak.  This recipe shows the flexibility of the menu as it is written.  The original document simply said: "Rissoles, mixed vegetables, potatoes, fruit", and I thought to myself, "why can't I just combine them all and make life easier for...

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