This little cooking secret is from a book called (not surprisingly) Cooking Secrets (1934) It was written by Anna Lee Scott, a 1930s and 40s Canadian Betty Crocker.
Please note the following:
- It isn't served at a camp or even a "camp." If we are camping we do not use the blue and white china.
-And if we are not at a campsite, why pretend? Surely not for the grand cuisine.
-And it is not soup. It is canned vegetables lurking under toasted bread cubes.
-Finally, thanks for the tip about serving the Not-at-Camp Un-Soup "very hot." Although at this point, I do not think that this will help much.