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Cooking was a major part of each day. Early settlers butchered their own meat and made corned beef, sausage, smoked and dried meats. Large gardens yielded produce for canning, pickling and other preserves.

Beef Brisket is a cut of meat from the chest of a bovine animal. There are different ways to cook brisket; "The Southern Way" usually involves smoking the meat very slowly over several ho…

Pioneer Woman’s Beef Brisket

Beef Brisket is a cut of meat from the chest of a bovine animal. There are different ways to cook brisket; "The Southern Way" usually involves smoking the meat very slowly over several ho…

Pioneer home in Wisconsin  Imagine this house renovated today...Look at how high the porch roof is to the house roof---no windows in front either.

Pioneer home in Wisconsin Imagine this house renovated today.Look at how high the porch roof is to the house roof---no windows in front either.

Mormon Settlers in Utah

Pioneer settlers, homesteaders, covered wagon - circa 1890 vintage photo - buy this stock photo on Shutterstock & find other images.

Early  mid 1800s Oil Springs Pioneers by jumpinjimmyjava, via Flickr

Early-mid Oil Springs - close to Petrolia: Pioneers.Southern Ontario, Canada, the home of the very first commercial oil well in North America.

Depression Era Cooking

Depression Era Cooking - facts about the depression & recipes at the end of the site

Ree with her children, Alex, 14, Paige, 12, Bryce, nine and Todd, seven

My prairie-tale romance: The city girl who lassoed a cowboy

We love Oklahoma's own Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond! And her tasty home cookin'! Image by Ace Cuervo

Fred Pearson and family, Johnson County, Kansas.  From the Kansas Historical Foundation.

A young family, Johnson County, Kansas Moving pins from this board (History-America's Pioneering Spirit) to: History - Wild West / Pioneers.

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