Vintage Vegetable Recipes: 1946 Victory Gardens

In the 1940’s our government wanted everyone to plant a Victory Garden to help keep our families healthy during the war.  Many decades later, it is still a good idea to grow your own food and enjoy the bounty of your own garden!

Here are some vegetable recipes from “A Modern Kitchen Guide”, published in 1946.

Hope you have fun trying out the recipes!

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Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946     Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946

Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946     Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946

Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946    Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946

Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946    Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946

Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946    Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946

Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946    Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946

Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946    Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946

Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946    Vintage Vegetable Recipes 1946

These recipes are from Good Housekeeping’s Book of Salads 1958.

REMEMBER:  Serve food responsibly….use vintage dishes!!!

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