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ROAST RABBIT
June 17, 1998
Dress rabbit. Wash carefully in water to which /d$ up out ofbacon drippings or shortening Add salt, baking powder and sugar to the sifted cornmeal and flour and sift again into the mixing bowl. Add the milk and stir until smooth, then add egg and beat well. Heat the bacon drippings in a heavy 10-inch skillet in the oven until sizzling hot. Drain drippings into batter, then turn the batter into the four or five. — Recipe from Ella Wise in the “Grassroots Survival Company Cookbook of Memories Remedies and Recipes from the Great Depression,” by Mark and Buffy Nichols. Green Tomato Pie 4 cups green tomatoes, peeled and thinly sliced 4 to 5 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons lemon juice ake to neighbors who were having a hard time. “My mother used to bake bread and bake beans,” Lentz said. “We had a cow and a garden. We shared with our neighbors. We all helped each other, which was good.” Umscheid went to a one-room schoolhouse, with four other childry lined 9-inch hour or until tomatoes are soft and crust is lightly browned. — Recipe from “Grassroots Survival Company Cookbook of Memories Remedies and Recipes from the Great Depression,” by Mark and Buffy Nichols. Soda Cracker Pie 17 soda crackers 3 egg whites 1 cup sugar or until golden brown. Serves four or five. — Recipe from Ella Wise in the “Grassroots Survival Company Cookbook of Memories Remedies and Recipes from the Great Depression,” by Mark and Buffy Nichols. Green Tomato Pie 4 cups green tomatoes, peeled and thinly sliced 4 to 5 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons lemon juice ake to neighbors who were having a hard time. “My mother used to bake bread and bake beans,” Lentz said. “We had a cow and a garden. We shared with our neighbors. We all helped each other, which was good.” Umscheid went to a one-room schoolhouse, with four other childr