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Everyday cooking a century ago

August 26, 2012
The OBSERVER

The heart of the home is the kitchen or at least it was in by-gone days. The familiar aroma of foods like bacon, eggs, and coffee would waft through the house like a good morning call to wake up and greet the day, with the reassuring message that Mother was busy and everything was right in the world. Other heavenly scents like baking bread permeated the house to welcome family home at other times of the day, and certainly it was a hub of activity with pots, pans, and dishes clattering along with the chatter of family as they congregated while Mother was in the midst of all this activity so vital to the household.

 
 

 

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