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Image from page 355 of “Scotch Rite masonry illustrated : the complete ritual of the ancient and accepted Scottish Rite profusely illustrated” (1905)
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Title: Scotch Rite masonry illustrated : the complete ritual of the ancient and accepted Scottish Rite profusely illustrated
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Blanchard, Jonathan, 1811-1892 Scottish Rite (Masonic order)
Subjects: Scottish Rite (Masonic order) Freemasonry Freemasonry
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : E.A. Cook
Contributing Library: Harold B. Lee Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Brigham Young University
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New Recipes, 1955
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"…Using Instant PET as a dry ingredient, you can easily give your family extra bone-and-muscle-building nourishment– much more than if regular bottled milk were used…"
Front and back covers (above), plus two pages (below) from a 32-page booklet published by Pet Milk Co., St. Louis, Missouri.
I assume that the real reason people cooked with the powdered stuff was because it was cheaper than fresh. This idea is reinforced by the bottom left page, which implies that its target audience only has the cash for one kind of baking implement. (Maybe the sequel showed how to morph a cookie sheet into a cake pan by embedding it in tinfoil or something.)
Superman cookie, cookies.
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BACKSTORY: This year, Vicky spent Thanksgiving with Ryan’s family in New York. So, we weren’t sure if we should have the cookie decorating or wait until next year. After finding out how much interest there was, we went ahead and did it. Aaron & Meagan, Greg & Nicole, Parthena, Carolyn, Jay & Jacky, and my mom all had a good time cooking and decorating cookies.
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