A Salute to Special Recipes

If rations were ordered today, how would your family adjust?

Recipes
The war ration book and the 1943 edition of Better Homes & Gardens during World War II.

During demanding times, cooks everywhere rose to the occasion by making recipes for their families that had to be altered because of lack of ingredients. Recipes without eggs, sugar, or other common ingredients were the norm as families adjusted to living without for the patriotic good.

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