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The Farmer’s Wife,
a monthly magazine published between 1893 and 1939, provided a sense of community among hard-working rural women. In a time before high-speed Internet connected us all, this magazine was a forum for farmer’s wives’ questions and concerns and assisted them in the day-to-day goings-on about the farm—from raising chickens to dressing the children and running the kitchen. In this beautiful sixteen-month calendar, some of the best recipes from the Farmer’s Wife
have been collected and arranged by seasonal appeal. Learn how to make everything from caramel raisin apples in wintertime to raspberry pie in the summer. With classic illustrations of farm life, this delightful calendar is a wonderful resource for planning the future—and remembering the past.
About the Author
Edited by Kari Cornell