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Sqwertz wrote:

On Sun, 16 Dec 2007 03:47:29 GMT, Wayne Boatwright wrote:

Oh pshaw, on Sat 15 Dec 2007 08:45:14p, honeybunch meant to say...

The recipe in my 1962 edition of The Joy of Cooking for gingerbread
men on page 677 is worn out. I cant read the number of cups of flour
needed. I would be grateful it anyone has this old copy and would
tell me about the flour. This is a great recipe. It has no eggs and
the gingerbread just gets better and better as it ages. Thanks very

Sorry, thought I had it, but mine is 1964.

Same at the 62 edition, just has some corrections.

Correction to my last post. Mine is the '51-'53 edition. But I
would suspect it's the same.


Are you playing "My JOC is older than your JOC?" ;-)
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