Apple Betty and Sloppy Joe - Book

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Apple Betty and Sloppy Joe is a book based on four sisters recollections of their childhood in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Apple Betty & Sloppy Joe features hundreds of recipes, delightfully accompanied by dozens of food and cooking-related anecdotes, memories, humorous asides, and period photos and magically transporting readers back to Mom's or Grandma's kitchen, circa 1950. This charming book features hundreds of recipes, from Lemon Meringue Pie to Tomato Soup Cake, to Mom's Chicken Pie to Grandma Noffke's Sliced Cucumber Pickles. For readers everywhere who grew up in a small midwestern town, the Sanvidges share a legacy of beloved dishes and food memories that resonate with nostalgia, humor and enduring warmth. Apple Betty & Sloppy Joe celebrates the ways food and food memories link us to our past, and to each other. A delightful gift for food lovers of any generation. From the Wisconsin Historical Society Press. Paperback, 383 pages, 7 in x 8 in., 100 photos and illustrations.


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By: Susan Sanvidge, Diane Sanvidge Seckar, Jean Sanvidge Wouters, & Julie Sanvidge Florence
383 pages
100 photos and illustrations
7 in. x 8 in.
Paperback
ISBN: 9780870203862
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Susan Sanvidge is a freelance graphic designer. She lives in Chicago. Diane Sanvidge Seckar is a journeyman electrician and co-owner of Seckar Electric in Winneconne, Wisconsin. She also designs and makes crocheted hats and purses. Jean Sanvidge Wouters is a homemaker, seamstress, and volunteer in Winneconne. Julie Sanvidge Florence is the director of the Lebanon Public Library in Lebanon, Ohio.