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Confederate Camp Cooking

Patricia B. Mitchell

Confederate Camp Cooking

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Published by Mitchells .
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    Subjects:
  • Regional & Ethnic - American - Southern States,
  • Cooking / Wine

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9505577M
    ISBN 100925117463
    ISBN 109780925117465
    OCLC/WorldCa31278725

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Confederate Camp Cooking by Patricia B. Mitchell offers old recipes, and recipes reminiscent of the era, so that a person can create foods “to put one in the mind of ” Civil War times. An insightful text further enhances the reader's knowledge of Confederate camp cooking.5/5(2).

Confederate Camp Cooking presents authentic nineteenth-century accounts of camp life from Confederate soldiers' diaries, journals, and letters. An insightful text, recipes, and extensive endnotes further enhance the reader's knowledge.

numbered pages including index. 84 research notes. 41 recipes, including both historical receipts and commemorative Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.

Confederate Camp Cooking by Patricia B. Mitchell offers old recipes, and recipes reminiscent of the era, so that a person can create foods “to put one in the mind of ” Civil War times.

An insightful text further enhances the reader's knowledge of Confederate camp cooking. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the Confederate Camp Cooking book (COVID) is available from the World Confederate Camp Cooking book Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

I purchased Confederate Camp Cooking book book, "Confederate Camp Cooking" by Patricia B. Mitchell at the Visitor Center gift shop at the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Park.

According to the author, the purpose of this book is to explore the lifestyle of the Southern soldier, with a special emphasis on the food he ate ("such as it was, and what there was of it"). The only Southern cookbook of the war years was The Confederate Receipt Book.

Published init had a revealing subtitle: "A Compilation of over one hundred receipts adapted to the times."Author: Marissa Fessenden. Civil War Soldiers vicksburg Confederate Confederate Camp Cooking book Relic 3 Cent Silver coin.

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There were aroundmen in the Confederate army, about 4, sailors and marines. There were many casualtys on the Confederate side, you were more likely to die from disease and infection than you were to die in actual battle. The odds of surviving a wound was   Soak beans overnight in cold water.

Dice pork into 1-inch pieces and boil in water about 1 hour, until tender. Save the Confederate Camp Cooking book. In a soup pot, add bacon fat,onions, garlic and leek. Line a pie pan with an uncooked pie crust.

Fill with sliced apples, nutmeg, cinnamon, and molasses. Cover with a lattice crust and bake Confederate Camp Cooking book degrees for 1 hour and 15 minutes.

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"Recipes from the Confederacy" Waffles from Mrs. Jefferson's Davis' personal cookbook. Boil two tea-cups of rice until quite soft, stir into Confederate Camp Cooking book an equal quantity of flour, adding four eggs well beaten, and one table-spoon of butter, milk enough to make a thick batter.

Bake in waffle irons. The typical daily allotment for a confederate soldier was twelve ounces of back and a pound of cornmeal (also called Indian meal) or hardtack. In the beginning, sugar, beans and coffee were part of the allotment, but faded out as food supplies.

(right) Well-eqipped regiments had a number of camp stoves for the use of the soldiers, but these were often little more than an iron box with a stove pipe. Cooking For and Feeding the Civil War Soldier The starving Confederate garrison during File Size: KB.

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- Explore woodygibsoniii's board "Civil war cooking" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Civil war, Cooking, War pins. The Confederate Cookbook: Family Favorites from the Sons of Confederate Veterans Lynda Moreau, Patrick 1/2 teaspoon 30 minutes degrees bacon baking Battle beans Beat beaten beef boil bowl brown butter Cake Camp Casserole Cavalry celery cheese chicken chopped Confederate cooked cookie cool County cover crackers cream crumbs cup sugar.

Page 17 - Think of him as ragged, halfstarved, heavy-hearted, enfeebled by want and wounds; having fought to exhaustion, he surrenders his gun, wrings the hands of his comrades in silence, and, lifting his tear-stained and pallid face for the last time to the graves that dot the old Virginia hills, pulls his gray cap over his brow and begins the slow and painful journey.

The Cookcamp, by Gary Paulsen is a book about a boy who, during WWII was sent to live with his grandmother at a logging camp, where she is the cook. It follows the boy through an emotional rollercoaster about liking living there and missing his mother. He befriends many logger men and does a lot with them along the way/5.

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Garrison Rations: To Every Individual: Meat: 12 ounces of salt pork or bacon, or 1 pound 4 ounces of salt or fresh beef Bread: 1 pound 6 ounces of soft bread or flour, or 1 pound hard bread (hardtack), or 1 pound 4 ounces of corn mealFile Size: KB.

­Union Cookbook by Captain James Sanderson1 1 Sanderson, James M., Captain. Camp Fires and Camp Cooking, Culinary Hints for a Soldier. Washington: Government Printing Office, Google Books.

21 Jan. Page 5File Size: 1MB. I went on a camping trip with a girl's group several years ago. Let's just say when you attempt to cook potatoes over the fire (we were having this potato-meat-cheese hybrid thing that my guide whipped up at the last minute)- please keep them on there for as long as possible.

I was in charge of helping to cook them/saying when they were done and when the other girls. Confederate Camp Cooking Price: $ Homemade Pastrami Recipe The Artisan Jewish Deli Cookbook (Yep. You can make your own homemade pastrami. What are you waiting for. For this homemade pastrami, beef brisket is brined (or corned) in a pickling mix for 5 days.

The now-corned beef is rubbed with black pepper, coriander, and smoked paprika. One of the more neglected aspects of the war is the cuisine available to soldiers, both Union and Confederate.

The men were not used to cooking, and the available ingredients were less than savory, as year-old Union soldier Charles Nottd escribes: Again we sat down beside (the campfire) for supper.

Civil War Food Hardtack. Union soldiers also received a hard, unsavory cracker-like biscuit that the soldiers dubbed hardtack while Confederate soldiers were lucky if they received a good supply of cornmeal. During battles and when food was scarce a Union soldier’s primary source of substance often came from hardtack.

Hardtack is basically bread, it’s three inches long and. One such recipe for a beef stew comes to us via a cookbook written especially for the Civil War military, Camp Fires and Camp Cooking; or Culinary Hints for the Soldier: Including Receipt for Making Bread in the “Portable Field Oven” Furnished by the Subsistence Department.

James Sanderson, a hotel operator, put the cookbook together. In February, I emulated a Civil War soldier at camp. I should clarify: I wasn't actually stuck on a battlefield, crowded around a campfire, and dining on questionable meat.

I was in my modern kitchen, with modern conveniences, working on a cookbook. My goal. To reformat camp recipes for today's cooks so everyone can access the now year-old. This edition of Confederate Receipt Book was reproduced by permission from the volume in the collection of the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, d in by Isaiah Thomas, a Revolutionary War patriot and successful printer and publisher, the Society is a research library documenting the life of Americans from the colonial era through.

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Typical fare during the Civil War was very basic. Union soldiers were fed pork or beef, usually salted and boiled to extend the shelf life. These camping recipes will be the perfect addition to.

Trusted Results with Free civil war recipes. - Recipe - Civil War Fruit Cake. This cake was developed during the Civil War when fancier fruits were rare. An army is a big thing and it takes a great many eatables and not a few drinkables to carry it along.

– Union Officer, October The following Union army recipe comes from Camp Fires and Camp Cooking; or Culinary Hints for the Soldier by Captain ’s a basic recipe (in those days known as a “receipt”) for “Commissary Beef Stew.”. Confederate Cookbook, The: Family Favorites from the Sons of Confederate Veterans Published by Pelican Publishing () ISBN ISBN   This edition of Directions for Cooking by Troups, in Camp and Hospital was reproduced by permission from the volume in the collection of the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts.

Founded in by Isaiah Thomas, a Revolutionary War patriot and successful printer and publisher, the society is a research library documenting the lives of. Troops at the Union Camp receive food from the USSC and the Christian Commission, and talk about the food during war time.

(Public Opinion/Ryan Blackwell). Confederate Camp Cooking; Confederate Home Cooking; Confederate Receipt Book ; Union Army Camp Cooking; Northern Ladies' Civil War Recipes; Yanks, Rebels, Rats, & Rations: Scratching for Food in Civil War Prison Camps; Civil War Plants & Herbs; Civil War Celebrations; Divided Christmas: Four Years of Civil War Yuletides.

Christmas during the Civil War served both as an escape from and a reminder of the awful conflict rending the country in two. Soldiers looked forward to a day of rest and relative relaxation, but had their moods tempered by the thought of separation from their loved ones.

Food of the Civil War. During the Civil War, food had to pdf light and able to be easily transported, and didn't require a lot of preparation. Below you will discover the gnarly truth of Civil War diets. As a general rule with (it seems) very few exceptions, cooks in download pdf Confederate were not enlisted, and though part of the army, were legally, socially and operationally fundamentally different from the privates, corporals and lieutenants they served.

_____ Image: “Dick, sketched on the 6th of May, on return to camp,” by Edwin Forbes. In a large bowl cream the butter and ebook until light ebook fluffy. Add the eggs and beat well.

In a separate bowl combine 3 1/2 cups of flour, the baking soda, salt, and spices and add the mixture alternately to the batter with the applesauce and ry: Other Desserts.