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It's Turkey-Lurky Time

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Whatever your Thanksgiving recipe tradition brings to the table—turkey, ham or grandma’s famous salad—every family has a few special dishes. We dusted off the old cookbooks for some time-tested traditional recipes of our own. Today we feature entrée and side dishes that will fill you with thanks for these old recipe books.

Clicking on the recipe image will open a PDF document with a printable recipe card.

Entrée:

Thanksgiving Turkey
Lexington Alumnae Association
As written in Key to Kentucky Kitchens, 1962

Thanksgiving Turkey

Baked Ham
Emily Spray Dickson, Colorado
As written in Kappa Kappa Gamma Cook Book, compiled by the Denver Alumnae Association, 1932

Baked Ham Recipe Card

Side Dish:

Beans and Carrots Au Gratin
Ethland Moore Vickery, Oklahoma
As written in Kappa Kappa Gamma Cook Book, compiled by the Denver Alumnae Association, 1932

Beans and Carrots Au Gratin

Refrigerator Rolls
Margaret Clift Prewitt, Kentucky
As written in Key to Kentucky Kitchens, compiled by the Lexington Alumnae Association, 1962

Refrigerator Rolls

Some of these recipes give full directions, some are missing oven temperatures and some ingredients use nomenclature that is not easily recognizable by today’s standards. For the recipe cards, we used the literal translation from the recipe books, rewording only a few things to make the recipe comprehensible.

Check in tomorrow to view dessert recipes from other Kappa recipe books! Did you miss our other week of thanks posts? Click here!

PC: To print the PDF recipe cards, first download the recipe to your desktop. Once you open the PDF, click “File” in the top left-hand corner and go to “Print.”  Go to the section labeled “Page Handling” and under “Page Scaling,” select “Multiple Pages per Sheet.” Under “Pages per Sheet,” select “Custom” and then type in the adjacent boxes “1 by 2.” Select “OK” to print the card.

Mac: To print from the “Preview” PDF viewer, first download the recipe to your desktop. Once you open the PDF, click “File” in the top left-hand corner and go to “Print.” Select the blue downward pointing arrow to the right of printer selection to open up options. On the bottom right-hand side, you will see “Pages per Sheet.” Select two pages per sheet. Then, select “Print” at the bottom of the document.


Posted by Blog Admin at 11/26/2013 09:15:00 AM | 


Hello. Like to take a look at these cookbooks.
Your going to put these cookbooks in PDF format??

Thanks,

Gwendalyn
Posted by: Gwendalyn ( Email ) at 12/1/2014 5:23 PM


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