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Newsletter Feb. 2013

Newsletter Feb. 2013

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Published by Jorden Baker
Civil War Newsletter for February 2013
Civil War Newsletter for February 2013

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Published by: Jorden Baker on Feb 13, 2013
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Civil War Quilts and ClothingMonthly NewsletterFebruary 12,2012
Monthly MessageFebruary 2013
I've decided for the first monthly message to tell a bit about myself. I have beenreenacting for what will be my third year with this little Civil War Group here inUtah. I have been sewing for a total of six years. My favorite colors are green, redand blue. Besides sewing and reenacting I enjoy reading, and spending time withmy family
In each newsletter I will have the following sections: (if any of you have anyideas for the newsletter let me know)
Monthly Message
Civil War Era Recipe
Historical Spotlight
*Fashion Plate Drawings for theladies (Men's Civil War fashionsmay also be included)*
"This Month in History"
* I will be doing this section every other month*
This Macaroni and Cheese recipe is from "Civil War Recipes: Receiptsfrom the Pages of Godey's Lady's Book" 1861.
"Maccaroni and Cheese" Recipe from Godey's Lady's Book, 1861
 - 6 ounces Bucatini / Perciatelli Noodles ect.(2 Cups)- 1/4 Pound of Parmesan Cheese ( 1 Cup)- 1/2 Cup Milk or Cream- 1 Tablespoon Butter- Salt to taste- 2 dashes pepperBoil your noodles in water with a pinch of salt according to the directions on the box. It normallytakes about 9-12 minutes. Once the noodles are soft, strain them in a colander and cut thenoodles into pieces about 1 inch long. Place a layer of noodles in the bottom of a small casseroledish. Add layers of cheese and layers of noodles making sure that you end with layer of cheeseon top. Add salt and pepper to milk. Pour milk mixture over the noodles, cut up the butter insmall pieces and place over the noodles. Bake in an oven preheated to 350 degrees F for 30minutes. If you want you can add breadcrumbs over the top before baking.**NOTE: keep in mind that macaroni was an imported good then and definitely not army fare.

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