Monday, May 7, 2012

INTERESTING GROCERY PRICES FROM EARLY 1900s

Instead of a recipe, today's post is just a list of a few interesting facts I came across in an old fashion cookbook.  With today's grocery prices I thought you might be interested in knowing some grocery prices for baking needs in 1900.
  • Sugar - 4 cents per pound
  • Eggs - 14 cents per dozen
  • Butter - 25 cents per pound
This is also when tuna was first put into cans.




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