Woodstove Cookery: At Home on the Range

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Garden Way Pub., 1977 - Cookbooks - 196 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
SETTING
23
CARE AND CLEANING
43
OTHER USES OF THE STOVE
59
NOW YOURE COOKING
65
RECIPES
71
BREAKFASTS
81
WAFFLES
87
VEGETARIAN
120
BROILING AND ROASTING
133
ACCOMPANIMENTS
140
BREADS
147
Oat Cakes
154
DESSERTS
160
AppleOatmeal Chews
166
Plum Pudding
174

Poor Mans Stew
100
TOPOFTHESTOVE WOK
106
Baked Fish
112
PRESERVES
182
HOMEMADE SOAP AND OTHER SUNDRIES
190
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About the author (1977)

Jane Cooper is a professional writer with much experience using a wood range. Before writing Woodstone Cookery, she advised other wood cookstove cooks and gained many recipes, ideas, warnings and tips to include in her book. Jane says,"In the past century, technology has accelerated at a dizzying rate freeing us from countless laborsome tasks but some tasks, though they take more effort, offer greater rewards when done the old-fashioned way.

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