Catalogue description Ministry of Food information leaflets

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Details of HF/LEEWW: 2001.906.2
Reference: HF/LEEWW: 2001.906.2
Title: Ministry of Food information leaflets

42 information leaflets and booklets produced by the Ministry of Food between 1943 and 1950; 'How to Plan Meals for Children from 12 to 17 years', 'Suggested Menus For Holidays at Home', 'Extras Needed by Mother and Child in Wartime and how you can get them', 'War Cookery Leaflet 1 - Oatmeal', 'War Cookery Leaflet 19 - Making the Fat Ration go Further', 'War Cookery Leaflet 21 - How to Preserve Tomatoes', 'Cooking White Fish', 'How to use Bitter Oranges', 'Xmas Recipes', 'Easy to Make Soups and Broths', 'Jam Making', 'Jam Making', 'Making the Most of the Sugar', 'Meals Without Meat', 'High Teas and Suppers', 'Fruit Bottling without Sugar', 'Oats and Barley', 'Making The Most of the Meat', 'Extras for the Expectant Mother and For Children Under 5', 'What's Left in the Larder', 'How To Fry', 'Cookery Calendar Aug Sep 1947', 'Cookery Calendar Aug Sep 1947', 'Cookery Calendar Jan Feb 1949', 'Cookery Calendar Mar April 1950', 'Cookery Calendar Dec Jan 1950-51', 'Food and Nutrition July 4th 1947', 'Food and Nutrition September 26th 1947', 'Food and Nutrition July 1st 1949', 'Cookery Calendar April May', 'Cookery Calendar Oct Nov', 'Cookery Calendar Nov Dec', 'How to Plan MealsFor Children Diet For Child From 1 to 2 Years', 'How to Plan MealsFor Children Diet For Child From 12 to 17 Years', 'War Cookery Leaflet 6 - Green Vegetables', 'How To Use Yeast', 'Puddings Without Eggs', 'Kitchens Weights and Measures', 'Making the Most of The Meat', 'Bottling Fruit Without Sugar', 'Making The Most Of Sugar', 'How To Boil, Stew and Steam', 'How To Make Short Pastry'.

Date: 2001
Held by: Second World War Experience Centre, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
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