Sepia Saturday

Sepia Saturday 456 : 9 February 2019

The image above inspired me to find photos of people cooking. Here’s what I found.

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Source: Library of CongressĀ 

Pratt Institute Cooking Class, 1915. Preparing men to cook for the army and navy.

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Source: California Historical Society, n.d.

Label, Virden’s Pure Lard.

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National Library of Ireland, 1896

At Adar’s Bakehouse in Waterford, Ireland.

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Source: Miami University Library, 1913

A domestic science class Ohio State Normal College.

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Source: Florida Memory, 1949

At a round up.

 

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7 thoughts on “Sepia Saturday

  1. Pure lard. It makes the flakiest pie crusts! But oh my, the cholesterol count! We once had blocks of it in our cupboard cooler when my uncle, who was in the navy, came home from a tour of duty and brought us several left over foodstuff items – including the lard. I don’t know if he was one of the cooks, though I imagine he might have been which is why he had access to so much of the leftovers?

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