The Martha Meade Society Program sponsored by Sperry Flour was a 1930s cooking radio program with great cooking tips you won't want to miss!
The Sperry Flour Company, of San Francisco, CA, would eventually become part of General Mills. They had a West Coast version of Betty Crocker in Martha Meade. These broadcasts from the 1930s not only bring us tasty and practical cooking tips and recipes, but the Martha Meade Society Program visits the 28 Western Cities where the program is broadcast (also the primary market for Sperry Flour Products!)
We are treated to a history of the apple growing industry in the Wenatchee Valley of Washington State, a Wheathearts Veal Loaf from Walla Walla, WA, Martha will teach us to make Doughnuts for Halloween, and discuss life in India while teaching us to make chicken curry. Of course, we will be reminded to always use Sperry Drifted Snow Flour! See also: Betty Crocker. See also: The Mary Lee Program sponsored by PET milk and The Baker's Theater of Stars sponsored by Baker's of America.
This collection is also part of the Cooking in Old Time Radio Collection.