Live Green and Earn Points


  • Elaine F. 9 years ago
    good to know.
  • Dee R. 10 years ago
    I used ot have an old cookbook (I think it was from the Chicago Cooking Institute) from 1942 or 43, which included a "Wartime Supplement", whose recipes were how to cook pleasing food using the wartime rationing coupons. I got a really killer Vegetable Chowder recipe from it, which I still use.
  • Dorene P. 10 years ago
    I love this! I've ran historical cooking programs at a living history museum before and the old cookbooks can teach us so much! My focus was on cooking in the 1700's over a fire. The food is so good and the recipes let nothing go to waste!
  • Robert R. 10 years ago
    I wonder. If we follow those old recipies would we all have better health?