Memorial Day: Rations and rationing recipes

World War 1

Manual for Army Cooks. 1896
War Time Cook and Health, Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., 1912
Best War Time Recipes, Royal Baking Powder Co., 1917
Holt, Emily. The complete housekeeper. 1917, Wartime foods p.143-223
Blunt, Katharine, Food Guide for War Service at Home, prepared under the direction of the United States Food Administration, 1918
Goudiss, C. Houston. Foods that will win the war: and how to cook them, New York [c1918]
Rose, Mary Swartz. Everyday foods in war time, New York 1918
War vegetable gardening and the home storage of vegetables, Published by National War Garden Commission Washington, D.C. 1918
The Doughboy Cookbook
Jeter, Nannie F. What We Are Doing to Conserve Food and Keep Down Waste. NC
Food Production and Conservation in North Carolina
The Quest of Food Substitutes
ANZAC biscuits recipe and story
WWI Recipes
Baking Bread in the World War I Army
Wheatless Wednesdays

World War II

1944 Army Kitchen Truck
A 1944 Seabee Thanksgiving
The Food Situation in the European Theatre of Operations. 1944
The Victory Home: a WWII Home Front Reference Library - LINKS
Food will win the war -- and shape the peace that follows
Camp Harmony [Japanese detention center in Washington] Food
Black Bread. POW bread in Germany
Ration Book
Norman Rockwell painting of 1944 Ration Board
WW II War Ration Books US
History of Rations. US Quartermaster School. 1949
New Rumford Sugarless Recipes

War Time Rationing in Britain
Rationing info WWII UK
BBC - Children of World War 2 - Rationing Challenge
Food Rationing in World War 2. UK
Sainsbury's and Rationing. UK
Rationing Challenge. UK
Wartime Britain - the Vegetarian
UK Ministry of Food Newspaper articles. Food Facts series recipes
Food fighters. Australian Army

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