WWII Lunch – Ginger Bread / Krigsindustrilunsj – Krydderkake

A WWII recipe from an ad for Kitchen Craft flour
published in 1942
 
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From the ad text

Bake him a gingerbread

Little touches like home-baked bread and cake, a thermos filled with old-fashioned soup, or a small jar of his favourite salad, make a box lunch much more like a meal at home.

The fact is, every hard-working man in our war industry deserves and needs heartier, tastier food than the average box lunch offers. The gingerbread pictured on this page is one part of a perfect answer. It’s light, velvety satisfying. It is well-blessed with homemade taste.

Try this tested recipe. It will make sufficient gingerbread for several generous lunch box servings plus enough for two dinners for a family of four. And it’s easy to bake when you use home-type flour like Kitchen Craft.

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Colonial Hot Buttered Rum / Varm Rom Med Smør fra Kolonitiden

A classic hot beverage found on allrecipes.comColonial Hot Buttered Rum_post

This is the real thing – an authentic Colonial recipe except.. You will swear you are drinking a cinnamon roll, and then it hits you! Very tasty and a family favorite (Among the grown-ups that is 😉 ).

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