This cookbook was put out by the folks who brought us Poor Ol George's Calendar. It dates to 1985 and has 48 pages of down home cooking such as Sweet Corn Biscuits, Collard Gumbo and Porcupine Pudding (no porcupines used here). It is as fun to read this book as it is to use it.
This fabulous vintage cookbook comes from Lea and Perrins circa 1934. It has incredible recipes using this worchestshire sauce. There is a Seafood Bisque that is just to die for. The book has 49 pages of vintage but great recipes.
This great home canning book dates to 1943 and contains everything you need to can or put up the summer's produce. You will find recipes for various pickles, relishes and preserves as well. The soft cover book has 72 pages, is lightly stained and has a loose front cover.
This is a very specific type of cookbook. It is a great reference for making your own jerky from beef, venison, fish or fowl. And it also contains recipes for using the fruits of your labors. The paperback book is in excellent condition and was written by A.D. Livingston in 2001.
This soft cover book has 63 pages of recipes from around the world using McNess Products. The recipes are in English and also in the native language. There are recipes from Poland, Germany, England, America, Argentina, Italy, France and more. This is a fun reading book and there are some interesting recipes to try.
Great Book, Boy George and Culture Club with the dust cover by Maria David from Greenwich House of N.Y.. It is the first English Edition published in 1984 by Colour Library Books, Ltd. England. ISBN 0-517-454742. It has 65 wonderful pages with so many great photos. A nice find.
This instruction and recipe book was included with each Sunbeam M'sieur Electric Crepemaker circa 1976. The paperback book has 43 pages of recipes for all types of crepes from breakfast to dinner and dessert. It is very well used, with some staining, bent pages and retaped cover.
Culinary Arts Institute 1001 Great Recipes Of The World
This fabulous huge paperback cookbook contains 379 pages of recipes from all over the world. You will find foods from France, Greece, Poland, Mexico, The Indies, Italy and more. These are wonderful recipes but not hard to prepare.
This large paperback cook book is one of the best for outdoor cooking and grilling. It was put out by the Culinary Arts Institute in 1975 and contains 96 pages of fabulous recipes and menus for summer fare.
This fabulous large paperback cookbook is a delight to the taste and a feast for the eyes. Done by the publishers of Sunset Magazine, this is the 13th printing of a book written in 1981. There is every type of Italian recipe you could want and so many gorgeous color pictures.
I swear that every product has its own cookbook. But this is the first that I have seen from Doritos! Written in 1978, this cookbooklet contains recipes for treats such as Gazpacho, Chilled Avocado Soup, Macaroon Fudge and Ice Cream Pie. It is clean, in great condition and dates to 1978.
This neat paperback book is the 1969 version of the book which was written in 1958. Sometimes, things don't change that much. This is a great book to help you master the intricasies of Jewish cooking. The 206 page paperback does show some water damage but is very usable.
1987 Wee Bit O' Heaven Cookbook St. Bridget Parish
1987. Spiral ring bound cookbook with washable cover. 222 pages. Divided into several sections with tabs identifying each section. Appetizers, Pickles, Relishes; Soups, Salads, Vegetables; Main Dishes;Breads, Rolls, Pastries; Cakes, Cookies, Desserts; Candy, Jelly, Preserves; Beverages, Microwave, Miscellaneous; Sportsmen's Delight Western Recipes; Kids Corner; and Calorie Counters. Also, contains lots of other interesting information and there are many color pictures! Thanks for looking!
1985 Sharing Recipes Favorite Recipes Center School
1985. Very good condition. Measures 6.5 x9 x1 . Contains 98+ pages full of recipes contributed by parents and teachers of The Center School PTG, St. Johnsbury Center, VT. The cover is a spiral-bound plastic coated soft cover which allows you to place it open on the counter more easily while you are cooking! There are tons of recipes and lots of other helpful information, as well, such as quantities for 100 people, sandwiches and family size recipes, diet information and menus, freezing prepared foods and maximum home storage for frozen food, metric system information, stain chart, first aid, and miscellaneous information. Perhaps you lived in this area at one time so this cookbook might contain recipes from someone you once knew or if you still live here now it could also be very interesting and helpful. If you never lived here it still is a great collection of recipes and helpful information! Thanks for looking!
1999. ISBN 1-928998-00-3. 128 pages. Hardcover book with dust jacket. Like new condition! Contains sections on: Starters, Main Courses, Side Dishes, and Desserts and Sweets. Lots of color pictures and easy-to-follow instructions for each recipe! Thanks for looking!
This soft cover cookbook dates to 1919 and amazingly enough, techniques haven't changed that much. The recipes and probably the instructions still work for today's pressure cookers. There are 52 pages with all kinds of recipes.
This soft cover spiral bound cookbook comes from the Mennonite Central Committe and is in its 31st printing.It is a wonderful collection for living and eating in a finite world. The recipes aren't all back to nature though. There is a nice mixture of modern ingredients for good wholesome foods. The book has 328 pages and recipes for almost anything you could want.
This is the 1980 version of the 1977 cookbook by the J.R. Watkins Company of Winona, MN. It is a soft cover spiral bound book in good clean condition. The book has 58 pages of snacks, foods, crafts and cooking tips geared to a child's level. Most of the recipes can be done without an adult's help (just supervision).
This spiral bound soft cover book was written in 1981 by its members and illustrated beautifully by member of the guild. The book has all manners of English foods and in its 156 pages you will find all types of soups thru desserts.
This soft cover cookbook comes from nashoba Valley Winery and is entitled A Partridge in a Pear Sauce. It has 45 pages of recipes using the fruit wines from this Winery in Concord Massachusetts. But you could substitute other fruit wines to make such masterpieces as Blueberry Soup, Partridge in Pear Sauce and Salmon in Cranberry Apple Wine. This book is in like new, giftable condition.
Great American Heart Association Cookbook from the David McKay Co. of New York. It is a 412 page, hard cover cookbook in great condition with some spots on the cover. It is packed with so many great, tasty, heart healthy recipes.
This fabulous large hardcover book is a Bible on chili. You will find a huge variety of types from Fiery Scotch Bonnet Chili to Hair on your chest Chili. For the untraditional, there is Garlicky Pork Chili and Fried Chicken Chili. The best one in the whole book, in my opinion, is the Lentil and Vegetable Chili. The book is a retired library book in excellent condition.
This large soft cover cookbook dates to 1997 and is based on the National Public Television Cooking show. It is a great guide to healty delicious eating with 500 recipes and menus, tips and tricks and tricks. The book is clean, lightly used but in great condition.
This fabulous large hardcover book is a Bible on Italian Cooking. If you do not have an Italian Cooking book in your collection, this is the one to add. I have several by Marcella Hazan and love them all. This is a like new, giftable book with the original dust cover that originally sold for $30.00. There are 688 pages with recipes, techniques, menus and more.
This hardback cookbook dates to 1984 and is a collection of favorite recipes from food editors all over the US. It was put together as a money maker for MADD. There are 157 pages in MINT condition. You will find regional and classic favorites.
There are no better crockpot cookbooks than those put out by the Rival Corporation. This one dates to 1975 has over 300 recipes that will work with any slow pot cookery. This is the hardback version in very good condition.
These older cookbooks from Sunset Magazine are among my favorites. They are well put together with great recipes, great pictures and easy to follow recipes that always turn out perfectly. This one is in its 9th printing. It is a large paperback with 96 pages of fabulous salad recipes of all kinds.
This cookbook was put together by Wendy Diamond as a fundraiser for the Buoniconti Fund to Cure Paralysis and the Women's Sports Foundation. It is a large colorful hardcover with over 130 Star Athletes favorite recipes. Within the 143 pages are recipes for Michael Jordan's Carolina Chicken, Monica Seles' Tomato Basil Soup, Wayne Gretzky's Canadian Chili and Kerri Strug's Gold Medal Muffins.
If you are tired of eating the same old recipes from boxes that go into the bread machine, then try this neat 128 paperback book on recipes. You will find treats such as Challah, Zuni, Rye, Oatmeal, Buckwheat, Barley and even Sourdough.
Pretend Soup And Other Recipes To Make With Children
If you are tired of using the Big cookbook to cook for a little one, try this one. It was written in 1994 specifically for Preschoolers on up and is fabulous. It is a collection of simple wholesome recipes which most three year olds can do by themselves (with supervision). The large hardcover book is in excellent giftable condition (though it does have an inscription in the cover). It is clean and has delights such as blueberry pancakes, zucchini Moons and Noodle Soup. There are pictures and words for the recipes and 95 pages.
I love the old cookbooks and this one most certainly qualifies. It was written in 1934, during the depression and is entitled, Economy in Cooking by Cora Beman. It is a hardback in fair condition - very usable though with 90 pages. At the back of the book there are some very badly stained pages that are readable, but just so. There are some interesting recipes such as peanut butter loaf that I don't think I am excited to try and other such as Escalloped Tomatoes that sound wonderful.
This neat thick paperback cookbook is from The Estate Stove Company of Hamilton, Ohio. It dates to 1952 and contains some mighty fine summertime recipes. It also has a special section within its 40 or so pages for 12 of Duncan Hines' favorite recipes. (I never knew he was a real person). Wait till you try his Apple Pie.
Keep It Simple 30 Minute Meals From Scratch Cookbook
This large hardcover cookbook is in good clean condition with its original dust cover. It was published in 1981 but is still full of great recipes for today. The 309 page cookbook was written by Marian Burros and is truly a treasure for cooking great meals quickly.
I am guessing that this softcover book of recipes came from the Puget Sound Power Gazette in the 1980 era. They are both microwave and conventional oven recipes for dishes such as Bread and Butter Pickles, Strawberry Rhubarb pie, Baked Seafood Salad and 27 pages more.
This 48 page soft cover book comes from Potpourri Press circa mid 1970's. It is very clean though the back cover shows some loss of color. It covers the qualities, uses and care of Le Creuset cookware and suitable recipes to use with it.
In the early part of the century, if you had a sluggish liver or general malaise, then The W.H. Comstock Co. LTD had a cure for you. It might be the Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pils or the Comstock's Dead Shot Worm Pellets or the Comstock's N and B Liniment. The booklet has 32 pages and tells you how to use these miracle cures.
This fun paperback cookbook is held together with Brads and almost looks homemade. It features Pet Milk so I am assuming that it came from them sometime in the 1940's. The recipes are superb with delights such as Quick Mix Spice Cake and Daffodil Frosting. The booklet has 32 typed pages and is clean and in good condition
There are two reasons to buy this wonderful old pamphlet on Canned Goods. One is that the cover illustration is a classic. The second is if you use a lot of the old cookbooks, this pamphlet has an invaluable guide to the size of the number cans (such as how many ounces are in a Number 3 can).
This book is still as germaine to cooking today as it was 70 years ago. The paperback book has 40 pages of recipes for all types of meat from lamb to tongue. I suspect this was put out before rationing.
This book is still as germaine to cooking today as it was 70 years ago. The paperback book has 48 pages of recipes for all types of foods and stretching what was available. There is no doubt that it helped many families adapt to rationing during the war.
This is a complete cookbook packed into 64 pages. It covers menu planning, nutritional advice and recipes for families, babies and invalids. The book comes from the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company circa 1920-30.
This delightful little paperback book contains 22 pages of recipes and hints on preparing all types of fish circa 1952. I tried the Braised Fresh Tuna and it was very Good. There is also a section on different sauces to make to go with the fish.
This combination sales advertisement and recipe collection touts the advantages of Lydia Pinkhams Vegetable compound. It also addresses how to make more money (germain to today as well) and how to feel better. The recipes are wonderful and the advise very fun to read.
I am a sucker for the old cookbooks especially the ones put out by the various food companies. This one is dated 1922 and comes from W.E. Long Co., of Chicago. It has 15 pages of recipes for using Butter-nut Bread. These are super fun vintage recipes such as Date and Nut Sandwiches and Individual Croustades with Creamed Asparagus.
I am a sucker for the old cookbooks especially the ones put out by the various food companies. This one is dated 1952 and comes from Knox Gelatine of Johnstown, NY. It has 27 pages of recipes for cakes and salads and desserts using Knox Gelatine.
This paperback cookbook dates to the 1920-30 era by the Kellogg Company It was edited by Barbara B. Brooks of their Home Economics Dept. The recipes in the little book are geared toward healthy eating with the use of Kellogg's All Bran. There are 18 pages in all.
This paperback cookbook dates to 1951 by the Church and Dwight Company.(Arm and Hammer Baking Soda) It was edited by Martha lee Anderson of their Home Economics Dept. The recipes in the little book are some of the best I have tried for breads and Cakes. There are 19 pages in all.
This fabulous soft cover cookbook contains a wonderful cover and 41 pages of recipes using Karo Syrup and Corn starch. This booklet comes from Corn Products Refining Company of New York, New York circa 1910-20.
This small paperback cookbook or recipe book hails from the Mirro Test Kitchens circa early 1920s. It is has 23 pages plus illustrations of using Mirro Cookware in the kitches of the late teens and early 1920 era. The pictures are worth the price alone.
Before Kraft's made salad dressings, they made salad oil. This little folder has dressing that you make with the oil, There is a fabulous Garlic French and evne a Banana Nut Bread recipe. This is just a little foldover but is chockfull of fantastic ideas.
I am a sucker for cookbooks and the older they are, the more I like them. I bought a very old lot from an auction and among was this treasure. It is from 1927 and is a 12 page cookbooklet from Foulds', the maker of Macaroni, Spaghetti and Egg Noodles. There are some fabulous recipes and the pictures and advertising are even better.
This large hard cover book by Better Homes and Gardens covers the full gamut of home baking. It is in excellent, giftable condition (think Mother's Day) and has 312 pages of recipes, pictures and tips to have your own baking look like that in the book. There are sections on pies, cakes, cookies, breads and more. The book originally sold for $27.95 in 1990. If you are ordering this book, use the First Class postage choice for shipping as we ship media mail.
Cool BC book titled: Parties for Children. 1964, lst edition, 2nd printing. 168 colorful pages; hard cover with spiral binding. Good overall vintage condition; the only flaw is on a couple of the back pages near bottom rims; looks like pages got coffee or something on them, (very bottom of page, nothing drastic, very minor. 4/10allstscsh
Super cool first edition, first print cookbook. Titled: Betty Crocker's New Boys and Girls Cook Book. c:1965; 155 pages; spiral hardbound. Golden Press, Gloria Kamen is the illustrator. There actually is no ISBN no. since this predates those. The only flaw in this book is first page, bottom 2 holes are coming loose from spiral, see pic #3, and that is it! Look at those graphics! Reminds me of the Archie comic book covers. Great book just to save and store since it is quite collectible. Peek through and you will see many of the vintage kitchen gadgets I sell like bakelite syrup pitchers; biscuit cutters; Pyrex; rolling pins; nut choppers; cake savers; etc. The perfect gift for someone who collects lst edit. vintage cookbooks! 4/10csnh
This soft cover cookbook has seen a lot of use which to me indicates a favorite cookbook. And rightly so what with all the fabulous types of cake recipes included. This book has 64 pages of recipes with everything from Sponge and Chiffon cakes to Strawberry Rolls to Cake Mix cakes.
I vaguely remember this machine sold on TV that cut out lots and lots of shapes of coldcuts and breads and cheeses to make fun shaped canape's. This is the book that has all of the recipes to do that. The large soft cover book would work with cookie cutters too for those of us unlucky enough not to have purchased this wonder machine. There are 72 pages of all types of recipes for appetizers and meals.
This hardcover cookbook is a horse of a different cover. It is great for the beginner or experienced cook with explanations in the margins on procedures. It has 320 pages and is in good clean condition.
Though taking a cake decorating class is the best idea, this neat instruction book is the next best thing. The 34 page soft cover book is in full color and explains and illustrates basic cake decorating.
This little soft cover cookbook is a discarded library book and is in good clean condition with a nice clear cover on it. It comes from Potpourri Press circa 1976 and covers a myriad of recipes for cooking and using yogurt. There are 48 pages.
This little soft cover cookbook is a discarded library book and is in good clean condition with a nice clear cover on it. It comes from Potpourri Press circa 1976 and covers uses, care and recipes for the Cuisinart Food Processor. There are 48 pages.
This little cookbook is in excellent condition and contains a collection of recipes for truly irresistible desserts. There is a Cream Cheese frosting that is the best and their Creamy Ginger Custard is amazing. The pamphlet was written by Sheila Lukins and Julee Rosso of the Silver Palate Cookbook.
This multipage leaflet is in excellent condition and contains a collection of recipes for using Regal Cookware with super hard Regalcote finish. It also covers the care of the cookware. One of the recipes is one of my favorites - the Spareribs and Sauerkraut cooked in a Dutch Oven.
This small softcover book is in excellent condition and contains a collection of recipes for making popular drinks using rum instead of gin, vodka and more. The book is an interesting look at fixing different drinks and is dated 1979.
This small softcover book is in excellent condition and contains a collection of recipes that are rich in fruits and vegetables. There are recipes for using winter greens, vegetables such as the Asian Radish Salad and a Citrus Berry Sherbet that is yummy. There are 48 pages.
This small softcover book is in excellent condition and contains a collection of recipes that were included in the Sunset Magazine. One half is devoted to favorite cookie recipes and one half is devoted to favorite bread recipes. There are a total of 25 pages.