From Favorite Recipes from Historic Farmerville – Home of Lake D'Arbonne In 1965 poultry production in Union Parish accounted for some $3,425,000 annual income with 12 commercial egg producers contributing $1,200,000 to the annual parish income.
from Favorite Recipes from Historic Farmerville Home of Lake D'Arbonne (1966) Just as the early pioneer settlers of Farmerville and Union Parish conquered a wilderness over a hundred years ago, once again man, through the marvels of engineering, has conquered a wilderness in the creation of Lake D'Arbonne, the largest man-made lake in Louisiana. It … Continue reading Lake D’Arbonne
Main Dishes Cover design and art work in this book by Corrie S. and Amos Lee Armstrong
Page 152 of the D'Arbonne Cookbook Cover design and art work in this book by Corrie S. and Amos Lee Armstrong
From the D'Arbonne Cookbook Cover design and art work in this book by Corrie S. and Amos Lee Armstrong.
From the D'Arbonne Cookbook A lone pioneer, pushing westward across Alabama and Mississippi, came into the wilderness that was North Louisiana in the late 1780's. According to the records, that man was John Honeycutt, who in 1790 was granted a tract of land in what is now Union Parish by the Spanish government, under whose … Continue reading History of Union Parish
Way back when I was in elementary and high school the most popular way to raise money was to sell chicken spaghetti plates. This is the recipe that was the most used. The recipe appeared in Favorite Recipes from Historic Farmerville, Home of Lake D'Arbonne, a cookbook published by Farmerville Chapter No. 207, Order of the … Continue reading Chicken Spaghetti