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American Visitor in Dungannon

After her retirement from Television in 1954 Beulah moved to Carmel Valley, California. There she and Bill built a lovely home in the hills where she was able to have horses and pursue her dream to write novels. Three novels … Continue reading

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The Homemakers Corner: Strawberries

from The Homemakers Corner, May 31, 1934 Strawberries are in season now and everyone is probably hunting for recipes using this delicious berry either cooked or uncooked. Here are some good recipes so that you can have some lovely deserts … Continue reading

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The Holden Enterprise – The Homemakers Corner

Beulah wrote The Homemakers Corner for The Holden Enterprise in the late 1920’s to the mid 1930’s. These columns consisted of recipes and household tips sent in by readers as well as reports from early cooking schools and even her … Continue reading

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Food My Husband Does Not Like

Beulah had a wicked sense of humor as is evident in the following column, which would have been written about three years into her marriage and a year or so after her daughter was born. The best part is that … Continue reading

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Dutch Dressing (for Iceberg Lettuce)

This recipe comes from Beulah’s Homemaker’s Corner column in the Holden Enterprise, March 23, 1933. It was contributed by Norma S. Newton. Other recipes in this column include Puff Pastry Shells, Fruit Salad Dressing and Mince Meat Cookies. It is … Continue reading

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Southern Fried Chicken Pies

Mrs. L. E. (Kathleen) Claiborne’s Famous Southern Fried Chicken Pie, published in Liberty Magazine May 1948. Beulah went to Mississippi to interview Mrs. Claiborne on the recommendation of her publicist, and later New York Times Food Editor, Crag Claiborne, who … Continue reading

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