Recipes from 1940s British Newspapers Personalized Newspaper Book
Recipes & Cookery Ideas from 1940s British Newspapers Personalized Newspaper Book - - is a reproduction of Daily Mirror newspaper pages in a smaller 7.5" x 11" format. Book is personalized with the name you supply embossed on the cover and a message from you on the opening page. Deluxe hardback edition with purple leatherette cover.
- Each volume includes copious original advertising, general interest columns including horoscopes, shopping tips, and food-related features, some of which contain recipes.
- Note 1: Measurements follow the metric system, oven temperatures are given in Celsius, and some ingredients may not be familiar to U.S. cooks.
- Note 2: Due to the page size, the print is small and may be difficult to read without a magnifier.
- Personalization details:
- Presented To is standard as shown in small image on right.
- Name line holds up to 22 characters.
- Two message lines with up to 30 characters per line.
- Enjoy this special collection of vintage recipes and cooking tips exactly as they were printed during the 40s in one of Britain's venerable newspapers, the Daily Mail. To give as a gift to friends, relatives, colleagues, and yourself!
- Some historical context: 40s culture is instantly recognizable due to the British war effort. People of the 40s coped with the effects the war had on food, particularly rationing, which began in 1940 and wouldn't end until 1954.
- The content of this book is exactly as it was printed in Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper during the 1940s, including all original advertising.
- "Recipes & Cookery Ideas from 1940s British Newspapers" provides a special view of British life and how people of the 40s coped with food shortages, personal loss and sacrifice, and the turmoil of war.
- Makes a great gift for history buffs and people interested in how food news, cooking trends, and recipes tend to reflect the social, economic, and political events of the time.
- Book size: 7.5"W x 11"H.
- Special order.
- Comfort House P2763.