One great thing about the Internet is having access to literally tens of thousands of delicious recipes. The only problem is, most of them are needlessly complicated. I know some cooks like to fancy themselves gourmet chefs, but when I cook, I like a simple recipe that has no more than 10 ingredients and doesn’t take an hour to put together. I like recipes like the ones our grandmothers used to make.
In this article, Bioprepper gathers seven classic recipes that were very popular during the Great Depression. I’ve already made three of these and I’m very happy with the results. The recipes include: chicken cacciatore, pasta primavera, cabbage supreme, hearty baked soup, chipped beef on toast, depression era homemade bread, and my personal favorite, Great Depression casserole.
The author writes, “These Classic Great Depression Era Recipes are proof that food from the 1930’s is worth bringing back again. People at the time were forced to discover creative ways to use food efficiently, resulting in some very delicious and cheap dishes. Rice, beans, and cheese were major sources of protein, instead of meat, which was much more expensive.” Follow the link below to keep reading.