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Butterscotch Cookies

“too good for company” given on air April 9, 1953 as an “Heirloom Recipe” family legend has it that Beulah’s grandson Willy complained to his mother that older brother Bobby was “wasting the cookies on the company.” Beulah’s daughter Annie … Continue reading

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Mrs Charles Lyon’s Cornbread

from Beualah Karney’s Recipes of the Month from the Sky Top Test House. Vol. 2 No. 6, 1953 makes 12 large sticks combine 1 egg 1/4 cup milk 1 cup soured TOPIC (soured with 1 tablespoons vinegar) or 1 cup … Continue reading

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Green Noodles and Riccardo’s Studio Restaurant

recipe from George Moran, Chef at Riccardo’s Studio via Beulah Karney’s Monthly Cook Book, Vol. 2, No. 2, chop and drain 1 cup cooked spinach combine with 3 eggs, 2 tablespoons oil, 1/2 teaspoon salt add 2 cups flour or … Continue reading

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Enterprise Cooking School

Beulah was a very practical woman. Here in 1930 she touts the advantages of cooking with gas (evidently an advertiser with the Holden Enterprise) and by 1936 she was in Kansas City and being sponsored by the Kansas City Power … Continue reading

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Beets and More

from the Homemakers Corner – September 1, 1932 The wealth of splendid contributions contributed by Holden housewives so inspired another Missouri editor that she decided to incorporate this feature every week in her paper. After getting all details from the … Continue reading

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Food Men Like – Liberty Magazine – June 1948

David Brown hired Beulah to be food editor of Liberty Magazine when he took over as Editor. Beulah often talked about David Brown who married Helen Gurley Brown of Cosmopolitan fame. A magazine I read religiously as a teen and … Continue reading

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