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This is so pretty. I love the black and white aspect.  And cooking bread in cans. That was new to me when I met my sister in law who had a can from her grandma and was making bread in it for the kids. She loved the "lines" on the can as it made marks for cutting the bread.   What a treasure to have this recipe and I bet its yummy. ❤️

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1 minute ago, Tracy said:

This is so pretty. I love the black and white aspect.  And cooking bread in cans. That was new to me when I met my sister in law who had a can from her grandma and was making bread in it for the kids. She loved the "lines" on the can as it made marks for cutting the bread.   What a treasure to have this recipe and I bet its yummy. ❤️

It is so interesting you talk about the lines, because that is one of my favorite memories of my aunt's holiday bread plates. She always made a wide variety, but the Boston Brown Bread had the lines and was round, not in a loaf. I didn't inherit a can, though. 😄

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Wow, this brings back memories of my childhood in New Hampshire. I remember Boston Brown Bread being made this way... and served with hot dogs and beans on Saturday nights by many families.  Thanks for the recipe! (And I love the sketch effect on your aunt's photo.)

@Tracy Was your aunt a New Englander?

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This is a really outstanding recipe card and I'm so happy to have it for my collection.   How wonderful to add your Great Aunt's photo and the sketch is lovely.   I liked learning about Boston Brown Bread from your notes and everyone's added ones, this is so cool and the bread sounds easy to make too.  Thanks for sharing this special memory and recipe.

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Such a lovely card with your Aunt on it. I've never heard of this bread but it does sound yummy and such an interesting way to cook it in cans.

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