22 July, 2021
Throw Back Thursday Recipe of the week
Bohemian-American Cook Book
Automatic Printing Company
4th Edition 1947
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In the old days of using wood stoves, the draw of the fire determined the "speed" of the fire. It wasn’t until the 1920s that electric ovens with clearly defined temperatures came on the market.
- “Very slow oven” = around 200-250F
- “Slow oven” = 250-350F
- “Moderate oven” = 350-400F
- “Quick” or “hot oven” = 400-450F
- “Very hot oven” = 450-500F
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