A Smidgen of Honey
Comb binding, 86 pages 8˝"x11"
FROM THE PUBLISHER
The author, a longtime resident
of Erick, in western Oklahoma, watched during the Great Depression days
as the wind and heat took away her family’s dreams and livelihood. But
they clung to their belief in God and in family to help rebuild the
country. She fondly remembers the meals she shared with her family in
their small southwest Oklahoma farmhouse. She wrote Smidgen of Honey as
not only a collection of recipes dating from 1927 to 1934, but included
heartwarming anecdotes about the way of life when a family faces hard
Smidgen of Honey features 85 pages of delicious dishes to
prepare today, 60 years later. Every household should have a copy.
Makes a nice first cookbook for young couples who will need to know how
to prepare austerity meals for those beginning days of their marriage.
Smidgen of Honey
By Maxine Wilhelm