Clara’s Great Depression Cooking Channel

We are so pleased to present Clara’s Kitchen Wisdom
YouTube Channel to you!

98 year old cook, author and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression.

Filmed by her Grandson and Film Director, Christopher Cannucciari. The two filmed the episodes from 2007-2012. Clara recorded her first episode when she was just 91 years old.

Clara passed away in 2013. She left us with her recipes and stories and hoped that they would continue to entertain and teach you and your future generations.

Clara’s book: “Clara’s Kitchen: Wisdom, Memories, and Recipes from the Great Depression” is now available at Amazon and B&N.

It’s a wonderful book and it makes a wonderful gift.

Clara’s DVD includes of all the season 1 plus 3 bonus episodes and behind the scenes footage. The DVD has a run time of over 100 minutes, sold exclusively at her website:

Facebook: Clara Cannucciari

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Who is Clara? (Click here to view here About Web Page)

Clara (Colgira Bonfanti) Cannucciaria lived to the ripe old age of 98 years-old. She was born on August 18, 1915 In Chicago, Illinois. She passed away peacefully on November 29, 2013. Her Daughter and Grandchildren comforted her in her last days, which was the fulfillment of her last wish. She is dearly missed by her family and the many fans she has acquired from her online cooking show, Great Depression Cooking.

Clara hoped that none of us ever have to experience what she did during the Great Depression.

โ€‹Over the years Clara imparted her Great Depression experiences to her grandchildren as she cooked meals from the era. The meals were simple and delicious, the stories were a mixture of misfortune and comedy, and in the end Clara kept us both entertained and stuffed to the gills.

โ€‹The magic of Clara is that she can turn lemons into lemonade and potatoes into just about everything else. She had a childhood that most of us canโ€™t imagine, but she was able to make the best of it and turn those trials into lessons we can all learn from.

โ€‹Clara cared dearly for all the people who enjoyed her show and read all of the many emails and letters you sent her. Even when she was at the end of her life, your messages put a big smile on her face.