A hard cover cookbook with dust jacket that contains 224 pages of recipes and ideas to use Campbells soup in everything from appetizers to desserts. Published by Publications International and dated 1985. Measures 10 x 7 in. In good, usable condition.
This neat cookbook is for those who prefer counting fat to calories. This hardback book contains 100 recipes for 30 low fat meals to be prepared in 30 minutes (my kind of meal). This was originally issued in 1995 and was written by Faye Levy, a winner of a James Beard book award. These are tasty meals that would appeal to a variety of palettes.
This neat cookbook is for those who prefer counting fat to calories. This hardback book contains 137 pages of full color pictures and recipes for nutricious and low fat meals. There is everything from soup to desserts and in the Betty Crocker style, everything is easy to prepare with common ingredients.
This neat cookbook hails from England and features all types of breads and cakes (with an English flair. I had to try the simple sponge cake and the Walnut Mocha Cake and found both excellent to the pallette and fairly easy to make. There are 78 pages some color pictures and terrific recipes with full instructions. This hardback book would be a nice addition to your baking collection as it contains recipes not usually found in American cookbooks.
This neat cookbook from the editors of Sunset Magazine features all types of oriental cooking including, Chinese, Japanese, Korean. I had to try the pork stuffed mushrooms and the wonton soup and found both excellent to the pallette and fairly easy to make. There are 93 pages some black and white pictures and terrific recipes with full instructions.
I am a fan of the older cookbooks, as they tend to have non-fad types of recipes. This Cakes and Cookies cookbook is part of a series that Playmore out of Canada put out in the late 1970's. The recipes in this book showcase chocolate but there are plenty of other recipes without. There are 78 pages of large print recipes.
I am a fan of the older cookbooks, not only for the recipes but for the picture of the times as well. This is a great book for service organizations, churches or schools. There are 60 pages of recipes for large groups. There is everything from sauces, drinks, breads to main courses. I think that the book was written to showcase evaporated milk as most of the recipes have this as an ingredient.
I am a fan of the older cookbooks, not only for the recipes but for the pictures as well. This fun 15 page leaflet from Sunkist dates to the late 1940-early 1950 era. It gives hints on preparing grapefruit, and lots of interesting recipes. The back page has pictures of the latest juice extractors that Sunkist made.
Jacqui Hurst, HP Books, 1991, 120 pages, every page of recipes has a beautiful photograph of the different dishes and in the first 63 pages the mushrooms and truffles are identified, how ti collect, store prepare and cook. Good enough to use as a field guide. Very good condition.
Culinary musings of an urban expatriate by Wayne Braffman, with illustrations by Paul Belfanti. First edition, spiral bound cover, printed by Harvard Printing Co., 1990, 127 pp, book in very good + condition.
Marie Roberson Hamm, Fawcett Publications, 1972, 182 pages, has a small piece of tape on cover. Some of the contents are: Alcoholic Beverages, Sauces, Soups, Dips, Cakes, Cookies, Frostings and more. Very good condition.
Miss Alice Bradley, 1st ed., General Electric Co., 1927, 144 pages, silver and aqua front & back and inside covers and opposite pages, beautifully illustrated, cover has 3 small raised stains might wash off I did not try as it might make matters worse. Very good condition.
The inside of this paperback book touts it as a cookbook of delicious varied and high protein recipes for vegetarians. But it works for the rest of us as well. There are 192 pages with everything from soup to desserts.
Even with summer almost over, this cookbooklet has recipes perfect for taking and making on your boat. This book was put out in 1967 by Campbell Soup Company and contains 15 pages of great eating on the go.
Hard cover, book club edition by Gene Leone with forward by Dwight D. Eisenhower, published by Harper & Row, 1967, 224 pp, in good + condition. DJ is tatty. More than 300 Italian recipes that made Mother Leone famous throughout the country for her cooking.
A chef's collection of recipes for stylish fish dishes. Hard cover, by Shirley King, illustrated by Rodica Prato, published by Simon & Schuster, first edition, 1986, 320 pp, in near mint condition. Former owners bookplate on front end paper and slightly tatty DJ.
Recreating Literature's Most Beautiful Gardens in Your Backyard. Soft cover, with introduction by Duncan Brine, Illustrated by Lea Richardson & Jesse Kaplan, first edition, published by Berkley Books, 2001, 274 pp, in good + condition.
Heathy Holiday Cooking From CSPI. This book from the center for Science in the Public Interest was published in 1998, has 30 pgs and is in excellent condition. Chapters include; HOLIDAY BREAKFASTS S0UPS, SALADS, & APPETIZERS FOR A CELEBRATION BREADS FIT FOR A FETE GALA VEGETABLE SIDE DISHES FESTIVE VEGETARIAN MAIN COURSES MAIN COURSES FOR A FEAST DESSERTS FOR A PARTY
Tennessee Cook Book Compiled by Martin Rywell Tasty Tennessee recipes, including such gems as Catfish Stew, Red Ham Gravy, Fried Pigs Feet, Jowl with Pokeweed and Narrow Dock, Possum and Chestnuts, Chicken Gumbo, Smoky Mountain Chicken Pie, Andrew Johnson Golden Rod Eggs, Hixson Hot Hominy, Corn-Dodger, Fried Pone, Hush Puppies, Persimmon Pudding, All Day Sing Chess Pie, Whig Puffs, Sassafras Tea, Syllabub, Plantation Popcorn Balls, and a humourous How To Cook a Husband. Pioneer Press, 1963. Soft cover, 5-3/4 inches wide by 8-3/4 inches tall, 64 pages. Cover has a few small creases and slight rubbing. Inside is clean and firmly bound. Under 1 lb. Shipping information will be found at the bottom of the home page. May be shipped Media (10 - 16 days) or Priority (3 - 4 days). For International shipping, please ask for cost quote.
1894, published by Smiley pub., the binding is original. at one time long ago the cover looks like it cam away from the spine and was re-glued, the outside covers have some wear and bumped corners, the decorated paper on inside cover is all so the 1st side of the page next is a blank page next is a full page color page with title and other info., page 47 and the color plate that came after it is missing, all the others color plates are there (7 - should be 8) little black illustrations (sketches) are throughout the book. When book is closed lying on table the pages form more of a C then straight up and down, so when using the book the 1st 30 or so pages have some wear to their edges because the extend out a little over the rest of pages until towards the end where they once again like the first start to stick out a little.