Aunt Jenny’s Old-Fashioned Christmas Cookies Recipe Book

"Aunt Jenny's Old-Fashioned Christmas Cookies".

“Aunt Jenny’s Old-Fashioned Christmas Cookies”.

“This is the cover page of a wonderful old Christmas cookbook that was published by Lever Brothers Company in 1952 that is titled “Aunt Jenny’s Old-Fashioned Christmas Cookies”. You will find the complete cookbook in this section! I hope you will enjoy these recipes”

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  11. Mayomix December 5, 2013 at 11:05 pm Reply

    I wonder why the bear on the front is frowning. Perhaps he doesn’t like being pinned to a tree? :-p
    Aunt Jenny’s recipes are tasty though. Do you know why all the recipes here refer to “homogenized Spry” ? Was that a new kind/name for it then?

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    • Heidy L. McCallum December 5, 2013 at 11:18 pm Reply

      It’s a lard so just like milk it was processed for bacteria.

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      • Mayomix December 6, 2013 at 12:58 am

        OK. Thanks. I was just curious because in my 1942 Aunt Jenny cookbook Spry isn’t called homogenized; but it would have had to be pasteurized then too. So maybe it was just a new name to sound more sophisticated.

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      • Heidy L. McCallum December 6, 2013 at 1:23 am

        Could be 🙂

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