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Almanaque Dulce 1953: Summer Fruit Desserts

July 20, 2015
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Almanaque Dulce 1953. Unión Nacional de Productores de Azúcar (Mexico). UTSA Libraries Special Collections.

Almanaque Dulce 1953. Unión Nacional de Productores de Azúcar (Mexico). UTSA Libraries Special Collections.

Unión Nacional de Productores de Azúcar (Mexico). Almanaque Dulce. México, D.F. : Azúcar, S.A. [TX819.S94 .A4435]


On the third Monday of each month in 2015,  La Cocina Histórica will feature a different volume of the  issue of the serial publication Almanaque Dulce, sharing sweet treats from the 1930s to the 1970s.  


The 1950 issue of Almanaque Dulce continues to follow the undifferentiated format of 1950, but certain clumps of similar recipes do cluster together, such as the collection of fruit recipes below, including sweets calling for pineapple, pears, guavas, tejocotes, oranges, blackberries, and lemons.

Almanaque Dulce 1953. Unión Nacional de Productores de Azúcar (Mexico). UTSA Libraries Special Collections.

Almanaque Dulce 1953. Unión Nacional de Productores de Azúcar (Mexico). UTSA Libraries Special Collections.

Almanaque Dulce 1953. Unión Nacional de Productores de Azúcar (Mexico). UTSA Libraries Special Collections.

Almanaque Dulce 1953. Unión Nacional de Productores de Azúcar (Mexico). UTSA Libraries Special Collections.

 

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