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Memories of a midwestern farm

good food and inspiration from around the kitchen table

by Nancy Hutchens

  • 152 Want to read
  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Pocket Books in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indiana.
    • Subjects:
    • Cookery, American -- Midwestern style,
    • Farm life -- Indiana

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementNancy Hutchens ; illustrated by Richard Lang Chandler.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTX715.2.M53 H88 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 179 p. :
      Number of Pages179
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL784750M
      ISBN 10067151072X
      LC Control Number95016912
      OCLC/WorldCa32509027

        Back when children carried lunches in discarded syrup pails and spent winter months huddled near the range, the kitchen was home. In the s and s, most Midwestern farm homes shared the same features: a coffeepot percolating on the stovetop, a large table where the family gathered, and a windup clock on a shelf near the stove/5(6). "So the memories of simple, happy events and celebrations must realistically be tempered by the struggles endured." The country lane in the title of the book refers to the unpaved road leading to Cottonwood Farm, a acre homestead that Mrs. Birkby and her husband, Bob, rented from to .

        The Crops Look Good: News from a Midwestern Family Farm by Sara DeLuca is a very highly recommended biography of a family, told mainly through their correspondence, who lived on a dairy farm in Polk County, Wisconsin from /5. Detailing every aspect of the Midwestern farm season by season, Once Upon a Farm surely remains Artley’s masterpiece. In Memories of a Farm Kitchen, the artist (whose cartoon Memories of a Former Kid is featured on page 2 of each issue of Farm Collector) remembers the many and varied operations that took place in the kitchen.

      An inspiring story of growing up in a midwestern farm family of Heart-warming memories of a secure, but not easy, childhood with many fun times moderated by hard farm work and economic and educational challenges/5.   Posts about Memoir written by Ashe. One-Eleven Books2. Books and fairy tales galore.


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Memories of a midwestern farm by Nancy Hutchens Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The memories shared can be related to by anyone growing up on a Midwest farm or anyone with memories of their grandparents' farm/5(4).

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The recipes which highlight the memories shared are wonderful and easy to make/5. Memories of a Midwestern Farm. Teams of horses were still used in the fields on the Hutchens’ farm during the author’s childhood, and the family used an outhouse until she was eight years old.

Dresses were homemade from colorful cotton calico feed sacks, imprinted with roses and peonies. Television and the telephone came much later. Memories of a Midwestern Farm is a delightful antidote to modern life, a tribute to the simple gifts that bring farm folks together -- hard work, close ties, and an abundance of good, wholesome food.

Summary: "Nancy Hutchens grew up on a southern Indiana farm in the s, when horses still plowed the fields. Soap and butter were homemade, and success was a table laden with a hearty meal.

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