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    Posted 5 years ago

    aghcollect
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    - October 1935 issue of "Recipe of the Month" Magazine / Vol. 1 No. 7
    - Published by The Cudahy Packing Company, Chicago, Ill.
    - Contains Halloween recipes by Eleanor Howe, Home Economics Dept.
    - paperback magazine / 16 pages / illustrated - RECIPE BOOKLET
    *** Cudahy Packing Co. was a U.S. meat packing company established in 1887 as the Armour-Cudahy Packing Company and incorporated in Maine in 1915. It was founded by Patrick Cudahy and his brother John Cudahy, Irish immigrants from County Kilkenny whose family came to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to avoid the Great Irish Famine. By 1922 Cudahy Packing Co. was one of the largest packing houses in the U.S. with operations in South Omaha, Kansas City, Sioux City, Wichita, Memphis, East Chicago, Salt Lake City, and Los Angeles, as well as distribution operations in 97 cities.
    The original business is no longer in existence, but is evident in Cudahy, Wisconsin (established by Patrick Cudahy as a base for his meatpacking business that still exists
    as the Patrick Cudahy division of Smithfield Foods).

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    1. Rick55 Rick55, 5 years ago
      I find it interesting how times change Agh. On the Roast Loin of Pork recipe, it says "roast until well done". Today with the new cooking guidelines from the nation's food-safety agency it's considered safe to cook until only 145 degrees, which will leave your pork tender and moist. I couldn't imagine eating pork well done today...too tough.
    2. aghcollect aghcollect, 5 years ago
      Meats were a lot cleaner 80 years ago - small farm raised, not like the mega-farms of today - U.S.D.A. Food Safety is an oxymoron now.

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