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Waffles by Fannie Farmer

Fannie Farmer’s waffles aren’t very different from today’s modern waffle but they sure are tasty. About the only difference is the increased amount of baking powder used. 79 more words

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Creole Soup

I recently ran across The Fannie Farmer Cookbook in an antique store. This book was originally published in 1896.

Stock, water enriched by the food cooked in it, is an important ingredient in numerous soups. 204 more words

Sandra Merville Hart

Oatmeal Cookies

Fannies’ oatmeal cookies taste very similar, both in texture and sweetness, to her Hermit Cookies. While this recipe does not call for dried fruit, I would highly encourage the addition of some raisins or craisins. 55 more words

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Molasses Drop Cakes by Fannie Farmer

Y’all remember that Seinfeld episode where Elaine professes that the muffin tops are the only worthy part of a muffin?

Well… Fannie Farmer may have solved Elaine’s muffin woes (muffins sans “stump”). 69 more words

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Cream of Cucumber Soup Recipe

I found The Fannie Farmer Cookbook, originally published in 1896, in an antique store. Fannie Farmer’s name is still well-known today.

Stock, water enriched by the food cooked in it, is an important ingredient in numerous soups. 222 more words

Sandra Merville Hart

Curried Eggs by Fannie Farmer

The notable Bostonian chef, Fannie Farmer, has supplied us with many historic recipes, one of which is curried eggs. Her recipe is simple and only calls for very few ingredients: hard boiled eggs, curry powder, flour, butter, pepper, salt, and hot milk. 265 more words

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How NOT to Cook—or Live a Life

If I can get the Food Network interested, I want to do a cooking show. I will call it Kids, Don’t Try This at Home. … 472 more words

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