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Does Many JobsAn ordinary cloth dampened with a little vinegar takes the place of lots of one-job cleaners all around the house. A quick rub makes spotty stainless steel bright and shiny again, puts luster back in cloudy varnished wood surfaces, cleans stained vases and fishbowls crystal clear.
Author: MONTANA MOM, My dear friend Charlotte sent this in to RH! As promised, some gems from my own retro-housewife mom''s cookbook from the mid-70''s. She used to clip recipes and tips from the newspaper and paste them in a recipe book she''d made herself. 01-01-1970
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BOSTON BAKED BEANS, American
Wash beans and soak overnight. Boil in same water until soft. Place beans in stone bean pot, mix in other ingredients including water in which beans were boiled. Bake all day in a slow oven.
Contributed by Mrs. E. Gray, 1950
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