Recipes from Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania) 1828

Recipes from Tasmania from 1828. Includes recipes for sweetening tainted meat, preserving fruit, how to make English coffee or breakfast powder, a substitute for tea (herbal tea), making bread, ginger beer, currant wine, mustard, yeast cakes, ale, preserving butter, and salting mutton.

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Soldiers’ Gingerbread

This article, originally published in the Sunday Times (Sydney), on Sunday 30 September 1917, encouraged it’s readers to “send a good big home-made cake to your soldier at the front or in camp.” Economical and simple to make.

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Soldiers’ Rock Cakes

This article, originally published in the Sunday Times (Sydney), on Sunday 30 September 1917, encouraged it’s readers to “send a good big home-made cake to your soldier at the front or in camp.” Economical and simple to make.

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Soldiers’ Plum Cake (1917)

This article, originally published in the Sunday Times (Sydney), on Sunday 30 September 1917, encouraged it’s readers to “send a good big home-made cake to your soldier at the front or in camp.” Economical and simple to make.

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