This 1935 cookbook comes from the KC Baking Powder folks. It has some great vintage recipes for some very delectable baked goodies. I love the names, myself. You will find recipes for items such as KC Blackberry Roly Poly, KC Devil Cake, and Old Fashioned Apple Dumplings. Some of the pages are loose from the binding but the book is complete.
This 1955 era cookbook comes from WNAX Radio - 570 on your dial from Sioux City, IA and Yankton S.D. It has some great vintage recipes for everything from Soup to Desserts. I loved the stuffed Ocean Perch recipe and my husband was amazed with the Potato Applesauce cake. There are 71 pages of recipes and household hints circa 1955. The cover on this book is soiled but the inside is clean.
I love doing hamburgers on the grill or in the oven for my family but this paperback cookbook takes hamburger one step further. Within its 128 pages, you can find some terrific recipes for this standard meal. The enchilada burgers were quite good and the Deer Hunter's pie was just wonderful (nope, not venison, just hamburger). There are even casseroles included.
This great vintage paperback cookbooklet has some great banana recipes. It was put out by United Fruit Company of North River, NY in 1959. My favorite was the banana tea bread closely followed by the banana french toast. This is a small pamphlet but long on great recipes.
This great vintage paperback cookbooklet has some very basic, yeast bread and rolls recipes. Unfortunately, the cover is missing from it so I don't know which edition it is. It is full color with 92 pages of recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Fondue, Chafing Dish And Casserole Cookery Cookbook
I love the older cookbooks. This one written by Margaret Deeds Murphy covers just about any recipe that you could desire for a fondue, or casserole. There are some great appetizers, main meals and desserts. This is a hardcover book put out in 1969 with 290 pages.
I am always fond of cookbooks with recipes from famous restaurants. This one is a paperback book from the Tower Kitchen of Detroit, Michigan. There are 24 pages with such delicasies as Wassail, and snack cheese balls. There is a chicken and dressing bake that was a big hit with my family.
This hardback cookbook was put out by Better Homes and Gardens in the 1960's but it is still just as perfect and timely today. There are some sensational breads in these pages. Lots of color pictures and easy to follow instructions. The cover cinnamon bread is perfect for everyday and fancy eating. There are 96 pages.
This soft covered cookbook is spiral bound and contains 164 pages of tried and tested recipes. Dated 1979 and measures 8.5 x 6 in. In good, usable condition. Favorite submitted recipes are always the best and includes a full variety from soup to desserts and snacks.
This is a very old and fascinating cook book by the Guru of her day in England Mrs Beeton. This book has no date in it, but I am pretty sure it is from the 1920s.....the pictures of the old black lead cooking ranges are unique, as are her references to the very early washing machines, and Housekeeping in general. The outside of the book has an embroidered cover with Mrs beeton on it, and I think this is original also. The book is great, and it comes from a smoke free home, and it is full of illustrations and very old ads.
Over 3,500 recipes, each kitchen tested by the Good Housekeeping Institute. A completely new and revised edition of America's favorite cookbook-used by more than one million women.... Harcourt, Brace, 1963, 805 pages, turquoise linen cover with white lettering and tea set, with dust jacket few tears, very good condition.
A cookbook to help you get the evening meal on the table Fast. 285 tested recipes from Better Homes and Gardens compiled in a hard cover book that was published in 1974. Measures 10 x 7.5 in. A scuff on the cover will not detract from your use of this great recipe, menu, and timesaving tips laden book.
This neat paperback cookbook was put out by the The knudsen Creamery Co of California in 1958. It is a great little collection of all types of meals. There are 63 pages with some color pictures. You would do well to try the Cole Slaw Souffle Salad!
This neat cookbooklet was put out by Campbells Soup in 1956. This little 23 page cookbooklet has some real gems of recipes. I really enjoyed the easy sauces and dishes that could be made using Campbell's soups. The Swiss Steak with Vegetables was just delicious and so easy!
This neat cookbooklet was put out by Arm and Hammer Baking soda in 1943! This little 15 page cookbooklet has some real gems of recipes. I really enjoyed the pineapple fritters. These are different types of vintage recipes and are just wonderful.
This neat cookbook was written by Bonnie Yeo in 1989. It is in great, clean condition. It is a lovely combination of local lore and cooking. There are some recipes for game and also a few for our famous huckleberrys. There is a section on reading brands and then on cooking the beef from the ranch from whence they came. There are some great local dishes.
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co Food For The Family Cook Book
This neat Food information book was put out in the 1950 era By Metropolitan Life Insurance co. It is in great, clean condition. This is not a cookbook so much as a primer on cuts of meat and how to eat balanced meals. There are 16 pages.
Favorite Recipes For Country Kitchens - General Foods
This neat recipe cookbooklet was put out in the 1945 era By General Foods. It is in well loved condition with the cover taped together. But this is with good reason. The recipes are hearty and very tasty. I tried several with my favorites being the Sour Cream Cookies and the Creamed vegetables on Curry Biscuits. You will find quite a few intriguing ones as well. There are 46 pages.
This neat recipe folder was put out in the 1940-50 era from United Grocers. It is a flip top type booklet with recipes for all types of dishes. The recipes are exceedingly easy and most look pretty good.
Fabulous Foods That Are Fun To Fix - Knox Gelatine
This great recipe book has some fantastic recipes for everything from Soup to Desserts. It was put out by Knox Gelatine and has a super recipe for a perfection salad that I have served at luncheons before. There are 12 pages of color pictures.
This book is for those of us who believe that if it isn't fried, it isn't worth eating.. There are some sensational recipes for using Golden Dipt breading (still available) on all your favorite foods. The booklet has 30 pages of recipes.
This great recipe book has some fantastic recipes for everything from Soup to Desserts. It was put out by The Almond Board of California and is a beautifully done book. It is a softcover in full color. Some of the recipes inside are Mole with Rice, Somalian Soup, and my favorite, The Chocolate Cherry Brioche. Please choose First Class Postage for this item.
This great recipe book has some fantastic recipes for drinks and other dishes using the liquor, Kahlua. The paperback book has 27 pages and is just chockful with colored pictures. There are some sensational drinks, desserts and even salad and fruit dishes.
This great recipe book has some fantastic molded salads and desserts using Knox Gelatine. It has many pictures and also contains a leaflet for a recipe for Cutting Butter bills using Knox spread. The booklet was dated 1938 and has 19 pages. I loved the part at the back that gives instructions for setting the Gelatine if you don't have automatic refrigeration.
This great recipe book has some interesting recipes for dressing up Lipton dry soups. It isn't dated but I would guess it dates to the 1950-60s. There is one recipe for an oyster chowder that sounds interesting. There is also a section for summer, jellied soups. The little booklet contains about 15 pages.
Arm And Hammer New Old Fashioned Recipes Cook Book
This neat old leaflet from Arm and Hammer is in great condition and has some of the best old fashioned cake muffin recipes I have ever seen. On the cover is a sour cream cake to die for. There are pictures of most of the recipes and just 15 pages in the book.
This hardcover spiral bound cookbook was put out by Betty Crocker Kitchens in 1961. But it is just as practical today as it was then. There are 170 pages with full meals, main courses and even desserts on the grill.
General Electric Food In Focus Cookbook Circa 1950
This is a wonderful soft cover cook booklet from TV Guide featuring favorites from TV stars of the late 1950's and 1960's era. There is Mulligan Stew from William Frawley and Meat Pies from Danny Thomas. These dishes are portrayed in full color and my mouth is watering as I write this!
I love my bread machine but I grow tired of the packaged mixes for it. This book is a wonderful change of pace for recipes and other baked goodies from your bread machine. It is a soft cover book with 160 pages of recipes, glazes and flavored butters.
Collection Of Beef Recipes From Wa Cattlemen's Assn
This hard cover cookbook contains 184 pages of nourishing and tasty beef recipes from the Cow Belles, a woman's auxillary to the Washington State Cattleman's Association. There is even a section on jerky. These recipes range from the familiar (Sauerbrauten) to the different (mincemeat cookies). It is a vintage look at beef cookery.
If you are a shrimp lover, than this cookbooklet is for you. There are only 16 pages but they are chockful of wonderful recipes such as Shrimp Amandine and Shrimp Gumbo from New Orleans. There are some great pictures, too.
Crepes are a misunderstood dish. They are perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner and this hardcover book details some delectable recipes. Be sure to try the crepes with sweet and sour meatballs or the lemon crepes for dessert. There are 178 pages of recipes plus techniques for creating fabulous meals.
If you don't have all the Pampered Chef cookbooks, you should. The recipes are sensational and even the pictures make your mouth water. This one has recipes for Cool Lime Napoleans, Mediterranean Dip and baked pita chips, Asian Style Wontons, and a Cheeseburger Twist that is a great family meal.
This great cookbooklet was put out in 1952 by Wearever to showcase their cookware to its best advantage. There are 96 pages of great easy to make vintage recipes. There is also a section with cookware sizes and what pan to use with each recipe.
This great cookbooklet was put out in 1992 by Bordens to showcase main dish and dessert pies. If you like pie, this book is sensational. It is a full color picture recipe book with all types of pies. The book contains 89 pages of recipes.
This softcover recipe book was put out by International Bests and contains some sensational recipes for company or home. There are meals like pepper steak from Alan Alda's wife and Spaghetti and Meatballs from Sammy Davis Jr. My favorite might be the Spinach Rockefeller. These are great meals within the 128 pages.
1958 FLEISCHMANN Yeast Pizza Recipe AD William GIESSE Fleischmann's Yeast Pizza ad 8 x 11 inches. Imagine Says Mrs. America - Real yeast-riz Pizza from Biscuit mix! Mrs. William Giesse of Cleveland recently won the Mrs. American Title for 1959
Delightful Cooking With Three Great Products From Corn
Recipes use three corn products, Karo, Mazola and Argo. Endorsed by the famous chef Oscar of the The Waldorf-Astoria. No date, circa 1920's, 64 pages, illustrated in color and black and white. Cover pulled away from pages. Outside and inside light wear.
The Signet Book of Wine Alexis Bespaloff Everything you need to know about wine, from the products of the noblest vineyards to everyday vins ordinaires. Over five hundred wines from 18 countries are described. Chapters on Champagne, Cognac and other brandies, and fortified wines such as Sherry and Port. Signet, 1971. Paperback, 232 pages. Slight spine crease. Slight edge wear. Very good. Under 1 lb.
This hardcover cookbook is a perfect addition to any cookbook collection. It features recipes for 169 different pies. It was put out by the Meredith Corp in 1978 and hasn't lost its appeal. There are lots of pictures within the 96 pages.
So you like chocolate... Well who doesn't? This fabulous hardcover cookbook is the definitive source of chocolate desserts. It is a clean hardcover book with 428 pages of recipes. Some are very gourmet and some are just plain down home cooking.
This neat baking magazine was put out 5 times a year by Better Homes and Gardens . It has some neat recipes and lots of techniques. I personally liked the Squash Bread recipe but my husband was partial to the Cinnamon Crisps. There are lots of pictures, and 100 pages within.
Selected Health Recipes From Sat. Evening Post Cookbook
This soft cover cookbook contains healthy recipes garnered from years of the Saturday Evening Post magazine. They are heavy on fiber and the couple that I tried are delicious too. The book is clean but the front bottom corner has been ripped off. The book was put out in 1984.
This great soft cover cookbook contains 20 pages of sensational recipes for all type and manner of fondue. The front page starts with a tasty recipe for Sangria. The neat thing about this book is that it details quite a few interesting recipes for the meat that you cook on the fondue. It is clean and in great condition. It was put out in 1969 by Roberts Colonial House.
If you lack originality in your holiday meals, this book might spark a bit of creativity. It has some traditional type dishes with a twist. There are 185 pages in this hardcover book. There are plenty of color and black and white pictures as well as great directions.
This great cooking leaflet was put out by Baker's brand of General Foods. It has some fabulous desserts with color pictures. The back has the absolute best recipe for Chocolate Ripple Frosting. There is a coconut pie that was quite a hit at my house. There are only 8 pages but each page is a masterpiece.