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Cooking With Dandelions : Milwaukee Public Library's Historic Recipe Collection

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When you are out working in the yard or garden this spring, chances are you're going to come across a dandelion or two. Instead of pulling them and adding them to the compost pile, why not try one of the recipes located in the Milwaukee Public Library's Historic Recipe database?

If dandelions don't get your mouth watering, there are many other lip-smacking creations to be found. From delectable deserts like the fruit-filled Spring Fantasy, to the (surprisingly) meat-free Peter Rabbit and More Casserole, you can put your garden (and weeds) to good use with the Historic Recipe Collection.

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