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Cooking with Gail & Clyde Martin

09 Nov

For many years, my mom and dad canned foods from their garden, made jellies and krauts, and developed a variety of down-home foods.  Check out the recipes that they have online at:

How to Make Turnip SlawHow to Make Potato Cakes Like Grandma’sHow to Bake Beef Tongue and DressingHow to Make Giblet GravyHow to Make Salmon PattiesHow to Make No-Bake CookiesHow to Eat Well Using Nature’s BountyHow to Make Swiss SteakHow to Make Breaded TomatoesHow to Make Meat Loaf in a JarHow to Roast Pumpkin Seeds for a Fall TreatHow to Make Baked Pineapple, an Old-Fashioned Dessert RecipeHow to Make Molasses TaffyHow to Make Rose Hip Extract for Tea or for Jelly MakingHow to Make Faux Apple Spice Rings from CucumbersHow to Make Dandelion JellyHow to Use a Bushel of ApplesHow to Hull Black WalnutsHow to Make Walnut Valley Festival Baked BeansHow to Make Corn Cob JellyHow to Make Turnip Kraut

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Posted by on November 9, 2008 in Cooking, Family

 

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One response to “Cooking with Gail & Clyde Martin

  1. Gail L. martin

    December 23, 2008 at 5:54 pm

    Clyde and I made a good team when canning produce from our garden. Early retirement at the age of 62 let us spend a lot of quality time together for the last 22 years. We gardened, canned and sold produce at local farmer’s markets; gathered nuts and sold them; did crafts together and made many friends that we hadn’t had time to do when Clyde was working so many long hours and away from home lots of time.

     

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