These three books were included in the purchase of microwave ware and are just as pertinent today as when they were purchased. The first book Make the most of your Microwave was put out by Corning in 1979. It has 79 pages and lots of helpful hints. The second book, Anchor Ovenware, MICROWARE, has 31 pages. The third book is Microware Instructions and Recipes also from Anchor Hocking.
Though it sounds as if this would be a drink manual, instead it contains recipes sent in by readers of WICK magazine. There are baked goods, meals, soups and salads in this paperback book. The book was published in 1968.
Hate to make recipes where you have to purchase dozens of items? Than this large soft cover cookbook is for you. It was put out by Sunset books originally in 1989 but reprinted several times. The recipes are almost gourmet but classic enough to serve to a family and easy to make as well.
1958 Recipes For You Nco Wives Malmstrom Afb Cookbook
This cookbook looks as if it were copied from the original 1958 cookbook put out by the Non-commissioned Officers Wives Club from Malmstrom Air Force Base in Great Falls, Montana. The book has a hard cover and is a spiral bound edition with some recipes from all over the US. There are even some old ads which are always fun to read.
This large soft cover cookbook is beautifully photographed and will give even the most creatively impaired individual enough creative juice to make stunning edible gifts. The book was put out in 1995 and has 95 pages of all kinds of treats from decorated baked goods to casseroles.
Better Living Through Chocolate Cathy's Dessert Book
If you know the comic strip Cathy, then you know that she is a chocoholic from way back. These recipes are just the thing for happiness or sadness. This spiral bound paperback book 39 pages and was put out by Current, circa 1995.
1995 Dole Kids Cookbook Fun With Fruits And Veggies
This fun paperback cookbook has kid friendly recipes using fruits and vegetables. There is a fruit breakfast parfait for breakfast. Lunch is a Lanai Sandwhich with pineapple. There is a carrot and raisin sunshine salad and a whole host of other fun and tasty meals. The paperback book has 43 pages. Please choose First Class Postage for this item.
Using Betty Crocker brownie mix, this recipe leaflet comes up with 10 different brownie recipes. There is a chocolate Mint Melt away, a turtle brownie and other fantastic different recipes for a real change of pace.
This cookbooklet was put out by the editors of Eating Well Magazine in 1994. It is a great collection of foods that are generally not healthy for us made healthier. There are recipes for Soups, breads, Salads and Dressings, Vegetables, Pizza and Pasta, Meat and Poultry and even desserts. There are 32 pages and each one sounds delicious.
This softcover paperback was written by Carol Fenster, PHD in 2003. It is a great recipe book for those with wheat allergies or for those for whom Gluten Free eating may solve a host of other problems. There are great recipes here within the 142 pages.
This cookbook is a copy of one in my own cookbook library. It is a definitive volume on cooking with a wide range of grains. There are the old favorites like Banana Nut Bread and others such as Swiss Oatmeal Bread and High Protein Bread and a sensational Buckwheat Bread. There are 164 pages. This book was published in 1971 and this version is the 7th printing of 1978.
If a book comes from Sunset books and magazines, then you know it will be super. This large softcover cookbook contains 127 pages of recipes. There are recipes for every kind of seafood from halibut to squid to red snapper and shrimp. And they all sound wonderful. Please choose First Class Postage for this item.
This hardbark cookbook was a part of a cooking series from Home Cooking Library. It has the most wonderful bread recipes - many of which can be adapted to a bread maker. There are lots of pictures of the recipes. The book has breads and pastries in its 64 pages.
I am always one to find interesting and unusual cookbooks. This one dates to 1950 and was put out by the Culinary Institute of Chicago. There are all types of snacks in this book ranging from different types of flavored butters (chive, olive, pimiento,and ham) to the cutest little mosaic sandwhiches made with white and dark breads. My favorite section is the pastry and bread snacks - the spice sticks were a hit at my house with their cinnamon and sugar flavor. There are some fun jello type salads like the Rhubarb Salad Ring.
The full title of this hardback cookbook from Better Homes and Gardens is Make Ahead Cook Book, Recipes to make now and serve later, How to Store and Complete Menus on the table in half the time. It is in MINT condition and dates to 1971. The beautiful book covers the full range of title subject and has lovely full color pictures. There are 96 pages.
The full title of this hardback cookbook from Better Homes and Gardens is Favorite Ways With Chicken, Turkey, Duck and Game Birds. It is in MINT condition and dates to 1967. The beautiful book covers the full range of title subject and has lovely full color pictures. There are 90 pages.
These two booklets were put out by the USDA in the 1965-70 era. One is canning of meat and poultry and the other is home canning of fruits and vegetables. Both are sensational books for the beginning canner.
This vintage pamphlet was put out by the Extension Service of Montana State College, Bozeman, MT in November, 1954. But it is still pertinent today for those who dress and cook and wild game. There are cutting suggestions for moose, elk, deer, antelope and game birds.
This fabulous paperback cookbook has some of the best tips I have ever found for shortcuts in the kitchen. These are the types of shortcuts which don't decrease taste! On the cover is a canned ham with a divine cherry sauce. There are 47 pages of super drinks, meals and desserts. The book has lots of color pictures and easy-to-follow recipes.
The little cookbooklets such as this one features some of the best recipes. This one features some great treats using Armour Pizza Mix and canned meats. There are 20 pages with color pictures of each recipe.
I am a glutton for cookbooks from every group that puts one out. This one is from the L.D.S. Relief Society of Kalispell, Montana. What I see in this book is far more put up recipes. There are some fabulous pickles and jams right there with boiled cookies (they are good, too) and lemon pie. I don't see a date, but I would guess this is the 1960 era. This is a cardboard cover and spiral bound book.
Written in 1955, this great old paperback cookbook has some wonderful traditional foods cooked in Spry shortening. There are 25 pages of baked goods as well as fried foods including old fashioned fried chicken.
This hardback little book looks as if it was part of a series of books put out to simplify and de-mystify freezing foods. This is volume four and it covers baked goods, candy and ice cream. There are some recipes for some of these items but mostly, this covers the proper way to freeze the finished product.
This soft cover book has all the recipes from the 1967 18th annual Bake-off. The cover chocolate cake is only the beginning of the fabulous recipes. There is one for a batter up Beef Pie that is just yummy. There are 100 recipes all in full color.
This cookbooklet came with the Mirro Pressure cooker circa 1947. There are tips and recipes for using any pressure cooker, not just this one. The Veal or Lamb Stew with Dumplings caught my eye. There are pages of cooking times for various foods as well as wonderful classic recipes. The booklet has 58 pages.
This vintage cookbook states that it contains desserts that taste like you spent the whole day baking. And looking at the recipes, I would have to believe that this is true. There are 46 pages of sweet treats like the frosty mint pie on the cover and the frost on the pumpkin cake. You can't go wrong even if you just look at the gorgeous color pictures.
I am always finding the original cookbook and instruction books which came with various appliances. They are fun to read and even if you don't have the same exact model, they give a great overview on how to use that kind of appliance. This one came with a Presto Control Master Fry Pan-Griddle circa 1967.
Culinary Arts Institute 250 Sauces, Gravies, Dressings
This great paperback book hails from the Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, circa 1950. There are 48 pages of superb vintage and not so vintage sauce, gravy and dressing recipes. There are plenty of photographs to aid in preparation.
Culinary Arts Institute 250 Ways Of Serving Potatoes
This great paperback book hails from the Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago. There are 48 pages of superb vintage and not so vintage potato recipes. There are plenty of photographs to aid in preparation.
1950 Culinary Arts Institute Meals For Two Cookbook
This fun vintage cookbook is perfect for those cooking for a smaller family. There are intimate fancy meals and plain fare for everyday. This cookbook is a paperback dating to 1950 and has 48 pages of recipes.
1950 Culinary Arts Institute 250 Refrigerator Desserts
Though the days are getting cooler, there is always a time and place for a chilled or frozen dessert. This paperback vintage cookbook gives you 250 of them. There are all kinds with lots of black and white photographs.
Chicago Culinary Institute - 250 Tempting Desserts
This is one of a series of softcover cookbooks put out in the late 1940- early 1950 era. They are very specialized and cover just one subject completely. This one has 250 tempting desserts. There are Baked puddings, merigues, chilled desserts, Custards, Souffles, creamy puddings, Frozen desserts, Refrigerator desserts, Steamed Puddings, Fruits, and dessert sauces. If you are looking for somewhat lighter fare than most dessert cookbooks, try this one. There are 47 pages and lots of black and white pictures.
Chicago Culinary Institute - 300 Ways To Serve Eggs
This is one of a series of softcover cookbooks put out in the late 1940- early 1950 era. They are very specialized and cover just one subject completely. This one has over 300 ways to serve eggs. There are plenty of black and white pictures and 48 pages of recipes.
1963 First Ladies Cookbook Of The Montana Centennial
This softcover spiral bound book was put together in honor of the 1963 Montana Territorial Centennial. You will find recipes here that you won't find in most cookbooks. It was compiled and edited by Mrs. Tim Babcock, Montana's First Lady, circa 1963. There are Norwegian Cookie Recipes, a variety of sandwhich spreads which were used as appetizers in the 1960's, a poor man's cake made with lard, buttermilk, flour and nuts. You will find several wild game recipes, and some Anchovy Puffs that are sensational.
I love the little cookbooklets which were put out by the various utilities. This one was put out to cover all the holidays and has some especially good recipes . THere is a Crab Meat Spread that is out of this world. And the Snickerdoodle cookies and Roast Duck are quite delicious. There is a Lamb Stroganoff and a Canadian Bacon and Squash Recipe that I would like to try as well! There are 30 some pages and all the recipes sound delightful.
This large softcover cookbook was put out by Hallmark in 1980. It is a fabulous compendium of luscious meals perfect for all the holiday celebrations. It is printed in full color with 50 pages of recipes.
This large softcover cookbook was put out by Hallmark in 1979. It is a fabulous compendium of luscious meals perfect for all the holiday celebrations. It is printed in full color with 50 pages of recipes.
This fabulous cookbook is a duplicate of one in my own collection. If you buy no other cookbook, get this one. It has absolutely everything and every recipe you would need for normal every day cooking. It is a large hardback with black and white illustrations on every page. You will find methods and hints on cooking as well as the recipes such as Mardi Gras Jambalaya and a wonderful Hot Salad Dressing. Desserts are superb but easy to prepare. I have never found a Ginger cookie recipe that I like so well. This oversized hardback has 480 pages.
This hardback cookbook doesn't appear to have ever been used. But that is no fault of the recipes. They are just as timely and tasty today as they were over 40 years ago. This cookbook from Better Homes and Gardens is a hardback with lots of full color illustrations. These are great classic recipes such as Oven Fried Chicken and Pineapple Upside down Cake. There are 100 recipes in 61 pages.
This hardback cookbook doesn't appear to have ever been used. But that is no fault of the recipes. They are just as timely and tasty today as they were 29 years ago. This cookbook from Better Homes and Gardens is a hardback with lots of full color illustrations. These are comfort food recipes with lots of taste and variety. There are 96 pages.
This wonderful vintage cookbook is a hardbound volume from the Culinary Institute of Chicago. It has everything from Appetizers to Vegetables and even includes a section on Leftovers. This book has 1000 pages. The back spine has been taped but the book is in good condition. I made a copy of the inscription on the front cover as this was a wedding gift circa 1966.
I honestly don't know why California meats should be different than anyone elses.. but I do like the 600 recipes in this book. These recipes were submitted by the club leaders in California and they cover the gamut of Meat, Seafood, Poulty and Casseroles. Many sound quite intriguing. Some just sound odd but this 124 page softcover cookbook is a good read and you are bound to get a few good recipes.
This lovely large paperbook book is a bible for cake decorators. There are some 200 new cake ideas with complete instructions and full color pictures. There is even a 22 page decorating course to make your creation look like the pictures. This book has 198 pages.
This hardcover cookbook is in excellent condition with the original dust jacket. It gives you delicious choices to reduce, calories, fats, cholestrol in your diet. If you remember the Galloping Gourment from the 1960 television show, then you know that this cookbook will be a treat to the mind as well as the taste buds. There are 210 pages.
And this oversized, coffee table style cookbook is indeed beautiful. The pictures are scrumtious as are the recipes of course. The hardcover cookbook with dust jacket covers the different regions of France with the appropriate photographs and recipes. This is truly a delight to the eyes as well as the palate! There are 256 pages.
1985 Better Homes And Gardens Favorite Country Cooking
This paperback cookbook is in excellent condition and is a wonderful collections of old time favorites. You will find recipes for Maple Divinity, Apple Butter Oatmeal Bars, Spiced Doughnuts, Strawberry Deluxe Ice-Cream Pie and a Syrup Soaked Cake that is out of this world good. There are 24 pages of recipes and some full color illustrations.
This hardback cookbook dates to 1970 but is just as applicable today. There are terrific ideas for using various ingredients for inexpensive but nutritious and tasty meals. You will find that overall, they are easy too. There are a myriad of sauces that lend great taste of a variety of foods. There are 144 pages of recipes from appetizers to desserts.
This hardbound cookbook dates to 1972 and is the gourmet version of barbequing. There are recipes for lobster tail on the grill and other delightful delicasies. The large book has 64 pages, with plenty of full color illustrations.
Three Recipe Folders - Barbeques With Reynolds Wrap
These three folders are titled, Barbeque basics with Reynolds Wrap, Great meals in the microwave and Tasty Selections from Barbeque. There are recipes such as Vegetable Pasta Carbonara, Sausage Biscuits and Grilled Fish with Leon Herb Stuffing.
You can't beat a wine cookery book put out by the Wine Advisory Board! This wonderful full size hard back book has 132 pages of tasty recipes using wine. (Remember one cup for the pot, one for the cook - my instructions, not the cookbook's...) There are plenty of recipes for wine punches, sauces and full course meals. The burgundy apple punch was a big hit and the Rose' Lemonade Punch was just wonderful.
Well, you have to know by the name of the cookbooklet that this is Italian cooking. This is a soft cover booklet with 15 pages of pure Italian meals. This dates to 1984 and was a giveaway gift from International Fashions.
This tiny paperback cookbook is one of the easiest to follow for authentic Japanese and Chinese Cooking. There are suggestions for serving as well as the recipes and preparation techniques. This little book has 32 pages, crammed full of wonderful recipes.
Pillsbury's - Lovin' From The Oven - Baking Favorites
This soft cover cookbook dates to 1987 and it is one of my favorites of the smaller cookbooks. It is in full color with plenty of pictures and 48 pages. You will find treats such as Chocolate Truffle cookies and Swedish Tea Cakes.
This is Chicken Soup for the Kid's Sou semi-used book. 101 Stories of Courage, Hope and Laughter. #1 New York Times Bestselling Authors, Jack Canfield, Mark Vistor Hansen, Patty Hansen, Irene Dunlap. In good used condition and SHINY IN/OUT.
This is the only cookbook you will ever need for your baking needs. Each recipe is fully illustrated in color and the instructions are simple and easy to follow. These are great at home treats or for bake sales, parties and for gifts. There are 92 pages.
This wonderful little paperback cookbooklet dates to 2000 and has some of the most delectable desserts. There is a Chocolate Almond Roll, a cinnamon cheesecake, a fudgy mocha almond pie and that is just the beginning. Each recipe has a full color picture within the 28 pages. There is also a section on gift giving with ideas for packaging.
This nice color cookbooklet dates to 1957 and gives some wonderful workable recipes for using Carnation evaporated Milk. The sauces are superb and there is a Pennsylvania Dutch Apple Cake to Die For! There are 15 pages of great recipes. And the back has George Burns and Gracie Allen.
If you are looking for easy recipes in a traditional vein, than this paperback cookbook will suit you. There are recipes and menus for breakfasts, lunches and dinners using lots of packaged ingredients. There are 64 pages.
1962 Favorite Recipes Of Am. Home Ec Teachers Cookbook
This spiral bound cookbook has recipes for any type of meat you would choose to cook. But not only is there one recipe for Barbeque Pork Chops, There are 8 ! You can make a year's worth of meals from this great book. There are 382 pages.
Everyone has a few favorite cookbooks that you turn to for a special recipe, knowing that you and your guests or family won't be disappointed. This is one of mine. Pillsbury has gathered together 18 years of Bake-off Favorites into one book. There are ninety-five recipes with fabulous color pictures.
Written in 1984, this softcover cookbooklet has some wonderful, easy meals that are as tasty as can be. Most are microwaveable. Try the Braised Chicken Paprikash or the Quick Homemade Stew! There are 94 pages of super meals.
This great hardback cookbook is fully illustrated and contains wonderful low calorie meals for those following the Weight Watchers plan. This is even a great book to vary your menu healthfully. There are 370 pages of fabulous recipes.
This paperback cookbook was picked up during a sale at our local Senior Citizens Center. It is a wonderful book if you are cooking for groups. I see it being particularly useful for Church Groups or Meetings. All the recipes are developed for at least 50 and some for a 100 or more. They are basic foods such as Vegetable Soup and Hamburgers.
The pictures in this paperback cookbook are worth the price. There are some wonderful vintage and not so vintage type recipes. Some adaptations need to be made but generally the recipes sound wonderful. Each of the six cooks featured adds their own menu ideas. This is a small paperback book with 58 pages.
During the war, sugar was rationed and recipes for substitutions were plentiful. These are actually pretty tasty. I tried the Banana Whip Cream and my family loved it. There are some great salads too. The Tomato Salad Ring is a perfect compliment to a light summer meal.
This paperback cookbook was written in 1966 and reprinted a few times. It showcases some terrific apple recipes within its 220 pages. There are all types of popular recipes (Streusel Topped Apple Pie) and some which aren't quite so popular (Red Apple Cole Slaw). But all are tasty.
Refrigerator Desserts Using Karo Syrup And Kre-mel
This neat vintage brochure features recipes for making frozen desserts using Karo Syrup and Kre-mel which I assume is a dried pudding or pie filling. The recipes are easily adapted to modern uses and a really nice refreshing change in hot weather.
If you love seafood, this is by the far the best cookbook I have found. The recipes were put together from favorite recipes of Alaskans over several months. They were tested by a team of professional chefs and home economists to ensure a perfect product. There are recipes for soups, chowders, main courses using everything from cod, crab, salmon and halibut. The cookbook is a soft cover with a spiral binding.
Written in 1953, this leaflet was put out by Swift and Company to help people use its Swiftning Shortening. There are 19 pages of super recipes for making some fabulous cakes and torts. I tried the Chocolate Potato Nut Cake and won a prize with it.
This fun softcover cookbook has recipes for every kind and nationality of dumplings. There are 200 pages of dumplings from everywhere from Jamaica to Russia. The directions are easy to follow guaranteeing a great meal.