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If you been looking for an article concerning how the likes of Lucille Ball, Red Skelton, Barbara Stanwyck, Carmen Miranda, Veronica Lake, Charlie McCarthy or Edgar Bergen prepared their respective meals during the bad ol' days of food rationing during W.W. II - thenlook no further:

"With shortages of meat, eggs, gasoline, rubber and what-not worrying the nation, Hollywood came up with a number of bright ideas. Fortunately, indeed, each idea when properly executed is quite edible and, for a change (from the Hollywood point of view), quite economical."

"Hollywood has done a complete about-face and banned the lavish, costly dish.... These days when the inhabitants of Glamor Town take off their faces and sit down to dine, the taste may be varied, but every meal is eaten with the full knowledge that a quarter of a pound of butter or a pound of ground steak is just as rare in Hollywood as Wheeling, West Virginia."

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Hollywood Stars Cope with Food Rations (Collier's Magazine, 1943)

Hollywood Stars Cope with Food Rations (Collier's Magazine, 1943)

Hollywood Stars Cope with Food Rations (Collier's Magazine, 1943)

Hollywood Stars Cope with Food Rations (Collier's Magazine, 1943)

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