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Wartime Canada is constantly expanding its collections, and would be grateful for the donation or loan of any materials that can be scanned and added to the website. Please feel free to contact either of the project co-directors, Jonathan F. Vance or Graham Broad .

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Wartime Canada is constantly expanding its collections, and would be grateful for the donation or loan of any materials that can be scanned and added to the website. Please feel free to contact either of the project co-directors, Jonathan F. Vance or Graham Broad .

Wartime Canada is constantly expanding its collections, and would be grateful for the donation or loan of any materials that can be scanned and added to the website. Please feel free to contact either of the project co-directors, Jonathan F. Vance or Graham Broad .

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Every other weekend, I review a cookbook in an attempt to lend some guidance in a field that has become overrun. These days everyone is writing cookbooks and it’s incredibly upsetting to buy a dud and have it sit on your shelf for years – staring at you, mocking your poor judgment.

Sixty-four years ago today, Japan agreed to the terms of surrender during WWII. Ok. Actually it was August 15th in Japan which actually means that it was yesterday in the United States, but cut me a break. A friend brought me this really interesting cookbook from that era that I thought I would write about today. The full title of the book is “The Victory Binding of the American Woman’s Cook Book: Wartime Edition.”

If your curious about what “Wartime Edition” means for a cookbook, you’re not alone. Luckily the very first page gives a hint. The book is filled with “Victory Substitutes and Economical Recipes for Delicious Wartime Meals.” I don’t know about you, but I love a good victory substitute.


Wartime Canada is constantly expanding its collections, and would be grateful for the donation or loan of any materials that can be scanned and added to the website. Please feel free to contact either of the project co-directors, Jonathan F. Vance or Graham Broad .

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Wartime Canada is constantly expanding its collections, and would be grateful for the donation or loan of any materials that can be scanned and added to the website. Please feel free to contact either of the project co-directors, Jonathan F. Vance or Graham Broad .

Wartime Canada is constantly expanding its collections, and would be grateful for the donation or loan of any materials that can be scanned and added to the website. Please feel free to contact either of the project co-directors, Jonathan F. Vance or Graham Broad .

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Every other weekend, I review a cookbook in an attempt to lend some guidance in a field that has become overrun. These days everyone is writing cookbooks and it’s incredibly upsetting to buy a dud and have it sit on your shelf for years – staring at you, mocking your poor judgment.

Sixty-four years ago today, Japan agreed to the terms of surrender during WWII. Ok. Actually it was August 15th in Japan which actually means that it was yesterday in the United States, but cut me a break. A friend brought me this really interesting cookbook from that era that I thought I would write about today. The full title of the book is “The Victory Binding of the American Woman’s Cook Book: Wartime Edition.”

If your curious about what “Wartime Edition” means for a cookbook, you’re not alone. Luckily the very first page gives a hint. The book is filled with “Victory Substitutes and Economical Recipes for Delicious Wartime Meals.” I don’t know about you, but I love a good victory substitute.


Amazon.com: Victory Cookbook: Nostalgic Food and Facts.

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