The cookbooks put out by the various food companies are by the far the best cookbooks available. This gem stars Wylers, Lawry's, Lipton, Borden's and Durkee among others. It is richly illustrated with 95 pages of recipes of beautiful looking, nutritious and easy to make one dish meals. I tried the Sesame Pork with Brocolli and the Seafood Bisque and was very pleased with taste and ease of preparation.
The cookbooks put out by the various food companies are by the far the best cookbooks available. This gem stars Snowdrift Flour in a variety of luscious baked goods. There are breads, cakes, pies and cookies. The Featherlite Cornbread was a hit at my house but the carrot cake was a close second. There are 16 pages of great ideas for the Holidays and beyond.
This cookbooklet was put out by the National Live Stock And Meat Board in 1950. There are 75 recipes featuring beef, veal, pork, lamb, sausages and variety meats. I tried the Rump Roast with Potato Pancakes and really liked it. It is a good reference for cuts of meat as well.
This wonderful little cookbooklet is a get compendium of jams of all types. There are 30 pages of a wonderful variety such as Bubbly Champagne Jelly, Spiced Blueberry and Apple Butter and Precious Peach Jam.
Though you would think that this 1926 cookbooklet would contain only lamb recipes, it is a surprisingly general meat cookbook. The recipes include things like Roast Beef Tenderloin with String Beans in Potato Cases, Mexican Round Steak and exotics like Baked Beed with Pumpkin. There is a very good Meat Turnover recipe too. The book is clean and in great shape for its age.
I love the little cookbooklets put out by the wineries and breweries. They always come out with such unique uses of their products. This little booklet contains 88 recipes for appetizers thru punches and desserts. I like the sounds of all the recipes but the Sherried Cheese Drops were to die for. I tried the All-In-One Barbeque Casserole and found it very good but a tad too spicy for my kids. Most of the recipes are nourishing and appealing to most palates.
This cookbook is present in my own collection and I can't live without it. It is by Lucinda Hollace Berry and contains some of the absolutely best recipes I have ever had. I never cease to get raves on the mushroom and Spinach Caesar salad. The dressings are great and the recipes imaginative and perfect in execution. This is one great book.
This cookbooklet is a nice collection of great holiday and party foods using Kraft items. It is in average condition with a few loose pages and one picture cut out. There are some Killer recipes though. There is a chili cheese bread that is good for eating or gifting and some brownies to die for...The main courses are easy but festive, pretty and perfect for company. This book is in my own collection as well!
THE COOKIE BOOK, published in 1952 by the Culinary Arts Institute, offers Everything you need to know about making rolled, cookies, filled cookies, molded cookies, refrigerator cookies, drop cookies, cookie bars, curled wafers, macaroons, meringues and kisses and Christmas cookies. It was edited by Ruth Berolzheimer. The 250 recipes here cover the gamut of sweet treats, with beautiful color and black/white photos to illustrate. There is a section titled 'It's fun to make cookies,' plus sections on what to use and steps in making cookies. Looking for an old-time favorite recipe for your holiday baking? It's probably here! Condition is Very Good, with only very minor edge/corner wear to the covers. (3752)
This is a 1960 cookbooklet put out by Mazola Corn Oil and Gold Medal flour. There are 19 pages of all types recipes from appetisers to main courses. The oven Crisp Chicken and biscuits was very well received in my house!!
This is a 1969 cookbooklet put out by General Foods Corporation for incredible recipes using Shake'n Bake. There are 55 pages of all types recipes from appetisers to main courses. The recipe for the baked fish is a favorite at our house!
I love the old cookbooks. And not just for the history, I use the recipes! They are usually fairly easy with common ingredients and very tasty. This is an old boy. Dated 1925, it was put out by the Royal Baking Powder Co., of New York. There are some great old fashioned recipes within these 50 pages. The booklet has some tearing on the front cover but the inside is clean and in great shape.
Collection of 3 cookbooks from 40s, 60s. Includes Rationing Of Meat Is Vital To Our Victory, Meatless Main Dishes from 1942 with 8 pages in near mint condition. Fleischman's Yeast Baking & You from 1963 with 20 pages in near mint condition. New From The Grill from 1993 with 96 pages in near mint condition. L258x8.
A Fifteenth Century Cookry Boke. Hard cover, 1962, compiled by John L. Anderson and illustrated by Adrienne Adams, written in Olde English, 92 pages, some damage from dampness. Great 15th century illustrations. L265x2.
Box lot of 6 cook books, 1940s to 1980s. Includes 1941 Sealtest Food Adviser, 36 pages, near mint condition. 1945 Freezing Food For Home Use, 24 pages, fair condition. 1965 Bakers Chocolate & Coconut Favorites, 72 pages, very good condition. 1982 Kelloggs Bran Idea book, 72 pages, very good condition. 1983 Zucchini Cook Book, 12 pages, some stains. 1959 Money Saving Meals, 16 pages, good condition. L266x7.
This cookbooklet was put out by the Beef Industry Council in the 1960's. It has some wonderful different beef recipes that aren't so far out that your family wouldn't touch them... The pictures are full color, and all the instructions are readable and doable... There is a sensational Broiled Beef Strip Steaks recipe that has vegetables in foil packets. And the Sirloin Tip Roast recipe is a true delight.
This vintage cookbooklet is in clean condition and contains recipes for an incredible array of salads. There is everything from green salads and dressings to fruit salads to molded salads. This cookbooklet was put out by Good Housekeeping in 1958 and contains 66 pages of great salad recipes plus an index.
Advertising Cook Book, #75, 1948- The Sealtest Food Adviser. Back cover advertises Dodds Sealtest Milk and a picture of Dorothy Lamour You've a date with Dorothy Lamour and a Galaxy of Hollywood Stars on the new Sealtest Variety Theatre- N.B.C., Thursday Nights. Booklet has 8 pages of recipes and tip on food preparation in black and white and color. Excellent condition.
Advertising Cook Book, January-February 1947- The Sealtest Food Adviser. Back cover advertises Dodds Sealtest Milk and Tune In- Sealtest Village Store Program- N.B.C.,Thursday Nights. Booklet has 8 pages of recipes and tip on food preparation in black and white and color. Excellent condition.
Advertising Cook Book, #67, 1947- The Sealtest Food Adviser. Back cover advertises Dodds Sealtest Milk and Tune In- Sealtest Village Store Program- N.B.C.,Thursday Nights. Booklet has 8 pages of recipes and tip on food preparation in black and white and color. Excellent condition.
Advertising Cook Book, #71, 1948- The Sealtest Food Adviser. Back cover advertises Dodds Sealtest Milk and Tune In- Sealtest Village Store Program- N.B.C.,Thursday Nights. Booklet has 8 pages of recipes and tip on food preparation in black and white and color. Excellent condition.
Advertising Cook Book, Holiday 1946- The Sealtest Food Adviser. Back cover advertises Dodds Sealtest Milk and Tune In- Sealtest Village Store Program- N.B.C.,Thursday Nights. Booklet has 8 pages of recipes and tip on food preparation in black and white and color. The book includes Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's recipes. Booklet was mailed out to Sealtest customers as a gift. Excellent condition.
Advertising Cook Book, 1941- The Sealtest Food Adviser. Back cover advertises Dodds Sealtest Milk and Tune In- Rudy Vallee- Thursday Nights, N.B.C. Red Network. Booklet has 8 pages of recipes and tip on food preparation in black and white and color. Booklet was mailed out to Sealtest customers as a gift. Excellent condition.
Advertising Cook Book, 1940- The Sealtest Food Adviser- Summer- 1940. Back cover advertises Dodds Sealtest Milk and Tune In- Rudy Vallee- Thursday Nights, N.B.C. Red Network. Booklet has 8 pages of recipes and tip on food preparation in black and white and color. Booklet was mailed out to Sealtest customers as a gift. Excellent condition.
Advertising Cook Booklet, 1940s- Tune in to the Sealtest Village Store- N.B.C.- Thursday Nights. Make Every Meal a Banquet- Recipes grow more delicious with Cream. Booklet folds out, and has main dish & dessert recipes using Sealtest cream. Excellent condition.
Advertising Cook Book, 1930s- Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. Booklet contains 64 pages of recipes for main dishes, vegetables, desserts, beverages, cereals, batters, lunch box and Invalid Cookery. Booklet is in very good condition with minor wear to the edges.
Advertising Cook Booklet- 1940s- Ready Spread Recipes To Use With Butter-Crust Bread. War time premium from Butter-Krust bread- The inside covers caption reads- Food Fights For Freedom- Let us accept the challenge to broaden our knowledge and look beyond our own personal tastes and habits with an eagerness to try new ideas that help conserve rationed and less plentiful items. Food wisely administered by the homemakers of our nation, can and will help win the war and make peace. Booklet includes 8 pages of recipes for butters and spreads, to be used with Butter-Krust Bread. Very nice condition, with minor wear around the edges.
Advertising Cook Booklet, 1949- Junket Sherbet Mix - 3 tangy flavors. Booklet folds out to 3 pages, front and back, of variations and ideas for Junket sherbet mix. Includes an offer for a frozen sucker mold with 2 box tops and 10 cents. Booklet in excellent condition.
Salads for All Occasions by Polly Dutery, Joanne vanRoden and friends, published by Wellspring of York, PA. Undated. Has a few minor creases no other problems, softbound, 36 pages. Perfect for gift-giving! Free US Shipping includes delivery confirmation.
Moosewood Restaurant New Classics. 350 recipes for homestyle favorites and everyday feasts, brought to you from the famous restaurant. 495 pages, includes commentary and stories from the chefs. Soft back cover, book in near mint condition. PDP524.
Collection of 3 cookbooks. Includes Reveres Gift To American Kitchens from 1940 with 23 pages in good condition. Bells Best from 1983 with 792 pages in well used condition. Barbeque & Fixins from 1991 with 93 pages in good condition. L247x1.
Collection of 3 cookbooks. Includes a 1948 Sealtest Adviser with 12 pages in near mint condition, Wickliffe High School Cooks with 300 pages, no date and in good condtion. Glorious Holidays from 1992 with 96 pages in good condition. L247x10.
McCall's Salads vegetable vinaigrettes for variety; substantial salads to-mak-a-meal-on; fruit duets for a chorus of compliments; molded salads in perfect shape; the dressing is the soul of the salad; plus: gay arnishes to lend a look of luxury. Advance Publishers, 1965. Soft cover, 7-1/2 x 9 inches, 64 pages. Light wear to cover, clean inside. Under 1 lb.
Pasta in Minutes Mable Hoffman Light and healthy choices emphasize fresh vegetables, seafood and poultry. Enjoy versatile pasta salads, from spur-of the moment tossed individual pasta salads to meal-in-one salad ideas. Fisher Books, 1993. Soft cover, 7-1/4 x 9 inches, 128 pages. Slight edge wear, near fine. Under 1 lb.
The A. B. C. Of Spice Cookery Betty Lane Inside cover has a map of spice sources. There is a chart of spices showing name, Description and Food and other uses, and a section of recipes. American Spice Trade Association, 1950. Soft cover, 5-1/4 x 7-3/4 inches, 48 pages. Staples have left black stains at center. Slight wrinkling and light wear to cover. First Class shipping.
Dedicated to Missouri 4-H organizations, THE NEVER ENDING SEASON: THE COOKBOOK OF MISSOURI was published in this hardbound edition in 1990 by Leisure Time Publishing, Dallas, TX. It is marked as a FIRST PRINTING. In the 199-page hardbound book are the usual sections of recipes - most of these with a decidedly Missouri flavor! Among them are the 'Governor's Favorite Tofu Cheeseball/Dip,' 'Over the Coals Spiced Popcorn,' 'Hillbilly Bean Soup,' 'Southwest Missouri Blueberry Cream Cheese Muffins,' 'St. Louis Cardinals Stew,' and many more! A final section of the book (which is completely indexed) is comprised of coupons for many Missouri products. Interspersed with the recipes, too, are an interesting narrative of the state, its agricultural products and the 4-H clubs. The book is in AS NEW condition, and apparently was never read or used. It's a great resource for down-home Missouri cooking - and a great gift for your favorite cook! (3002)
Buffet Catering Charles Finance Charles Finance has extensive experience in the field of culinary artistry. This book offers ample proof of his knowledge and talent. It is filled with detailed descriptions and photos on steeing up a buffet, Hors d'oeuvre, fish, poultry, roasts, game, smorgasbord, Pate, decorating, ice carving, etc. While some of the finished dishes appear difficult, his ability as a teacher shows up in his step-by-step pictures which lead so gradually to the grand finale. Even the most difficult pieces may be attempted by the uninitiated with assurance of success. Ahrens Book Co., Inc., 1958. Hard green cover, no dust jacket, 7-1/2 x 10 inches, 256 pages. Very slight wear to corners and spine ends. A few pages have a dent in the front edge. Under 3 lb.
'Betty Crocker's Outdoor Cook Book', 1st edition, 2nd printing. The title page is about 1/3 torn off and has been taped to the inside of the front cover, but otherwise in very good condition with minor cover wear.
Phamphlet: Salad Dressings to suit the Salads: A pre-view copy of Mary B. Murray's newest book on salad dressings. Printers Proofs. Compliments The Wesson Oil and Snowdrift People. Undated by about 1940
What's For Breakfast? is a wonderful spiral-bound cookbook written by Kay Pickett and having a 1966 copyright date. According to the author, making breakfast your BIG meal of the day will allow you to be slimmer, feel better and stay that way! Recipes here are handwritten and include favorites such as Pseudo Benedict, Bachelor Breakfast (for 2?), Breakfast Hash, Soup 'n' Butter, Codfish Cakes, Country Cousin Breakfast, Fried Apples, Banana Pancakes, Spoon Bread, Breakfast Hamburgers, Creamed Sweetbreads and more! Some are quite interesting! The book is in Very Good condition, inside and out, and we see no defects. How 'bout something different for next week's Sunday breakfast? (2605)
Book: Chesapeake Bay Sea Food by Ferdinand C. Latrobe and illustrated by Yardley. Baltimore, Maryland: Horn-Shafer Company. 1940. Yellow with red illustrated paper cover of crab being ridden cowboy fashion by black chef. 8.5x5.25.
Book: Reliable Recipes and Helpful Hints. 10th edition. Chicago: Calumet Baking Powder. The Rhubarb Pudding is interesting. 75pp. 9x5.5. Super illustration on cover and throughout. Excellent advertisement and cook book.
Book: Excellent Recipes and Cooking Tips by the Davis Mystery Chef. 1930. R. B. Davis Co.: Hoboken, NJ. Interesting to try the Beginner's Economy Cake. 17pp. Davis Baking Powder advertisement. Front and back paper cover loose but present. Soiled. 8x5
Book: A Menu Book of Hot Weather Recipes prepared by Ethel Somers. 2nd Printing. No date, but initial price was .10 cents. NY: Liberty. 64pp 8.5x5.5. Paper wrap stapled. Much used copy as shown but intact. The Upside Down Gingerbread sounds good.
Book: Ice Year Book by Agnes Carroll Hayward. Illinois. 1927. Stapled Wraps. 32pp. Compliments of Eastern Carolina service Corporation. Health Guard. 8x5. Full of wonderful and inventive ices. Yes, they made ices in the past. They really appreciated the art.
Book: Let's Enjoy Eating by Mary B. Murray and Dr. Walter H. Eddy for the Wesson Oil and Snowdrift People. 1932. Wraps.12mo. Stapled Wraps. Cover depicts black child eating watermelon and duplicated inside. Black collectible as well.Cover soiled as shown.
Book: Easy Entertaining. Georgia State Chapter P. E. O. 5th printing. 1962. Full of wonderful recipes.87pp. 7.25x5.25. Spiral binding with white paper cover and black lettering. You need to try the Jonmorezetti.
Book: Snowdrift Secrets by Sarah Tyson Rorer of some Recipes for the Use of SnowDrift The perfect Shortening for all Cooking. Savannah: The Southern Cotton Oil Company. 1913. Stapled pictorial wraps. 8vo. 46pp. Much used, soiled, but intact and bound.
Book: Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Bookof Fine Old Recipes made famous by the early Dutch Settlers in Pennsylvania. Filled with wonderful humorous illustrations. Reading, Pl: Culinary Arts Press 1936. 48pp. 6x9. Red paper cover with illustrated Dutch lady on cover.
This soft cover cookbook was put out by the Food Editors of Farm Journal and features 336 pages of recipes - 666 ways to make vegetables irresistible. And I think they succeed to a very large extent! (except for Brussel Sprouts, which I simply can't stand). The recipes aren't fancy but they are different and for the most part exceptional tasty. There is even a baked lima bean casserole which had my family asking for seconds!
- I am a firm believer in vintage cookbooks and cookbooklets. They have such a wide range of wonderful, unique and usually simple recipes. This circa 1989 cookbooklet was issued by Kraft Foods, Maxwell House and Baker's products and features a wide variety of Holiday Fare. There are 47 pages, with pictures, of party treats in the following categories, Beginnings for appetizers, Salads, The Main Course, Gifts fo Give, Accompaniments, The Finale (easily my favorite), and even a just for kids. Some of the recipes included are a wonderful Taco Pie, a zesty Horseradish dip, a white chocolate fudge (YUMM) and the best scalloped potatoes that I have ever eaten. It includes some coffee drinks like Irish Coffee and Danish Coffee.
Though not in terrific condition, this fun cookbook was put out by Triangle Publications. It is a selection of favorite recipes that have appeared in the TV GUIDE. It is an interesting selection of goodies ranging from Guacamole to Lobster Curry, to Crusty Pineapple Ham, to Florentine Eggs en Crote, to Red Cabbage with Apples and Wine (excellent, by the way!) If you are looking a variety of tastes, this is the cookbook for you! It has 31 pages.
This is a bit different than the cookbooks in this section. It is a circa 1934 informational booklet. The front cover states that this is Food and Marketing Helps for the Homemaker - What to buy and Why. There are 23 pages of vintage nutritional information and helpful hints on shopping. The booklet is in good condition except for the last page (not the cover) which is torn in half.
This book The White House Cookbook by Mrs. F. L. Gillette and Hugo Ziemann, steward of the Whiteh House is a comprehensive Cyclopedia of information for the Home. Includes Cooking, toilet and Husehold Reciples, menus, dinner giving, table etiquette, care of the sick, health suggestion, facts worth knowing, etc. 1907 by The Saalfield Publishing Company NY Akron, Ohio, and Chicago. The recipes sound delicious. The cover is white with black lettering and back has no cover advertisements. Front and back Covers and Spine Backing are detached but present and edge tears as shown. Corner bumping. 4to (10x7.75). Ask any questions.
This book The White House Cookbook by Mrs. F. L. Gillette and Hugo Ziemann, steward of the Whiteh House is a comprehensive Cyclopedia of information for the Home. Includes Cooking, toilet and Husehold Reciples, menus, dinner giving, table etiquette, care of the sick, health suggestion, facts worth knowing, etc. 1894 by the Werner Co. A very nice copy with lots of advertisements in the front as well as on the back cover it has Eat Quaker Bread advertisement for the Heissler and Junge Co. of Chicago. The recipes sound delicious. The cover is white with silver lettering. Spine and edge tears as shown. Corner bumping. 4to (10x7.75). Ask any questions.
Carnation Yearbook of Menus and Recipes contains 44 pages from the Carnation Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Recipes for Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. Along with great menu ideas for Easter and St. Patrick's Day. Suitable menus for children, Vegetables, Stuffings, Sauces, Salads, Poultry, Meats, Fish, Dressings and so much more compacted in this booklet.Thanks for stopping by Blue Ridge Antiques and Collectibles
A little ingenuity in the kitchen, Mrs. Homemaker will go a long way toward solving the troublesome wartime problem of stretching the limited meat supply so that the family will not go hungry. The National Live Stock and Meat Board assembled this book and a variety of ideas on how to make the meat go futher and appetize its flavor. Contains may recipes, 40 pages 5X7inches. Excellent conditon. Thanks for stopping by Blue Ridge Antiques and Collectibles
Published by the National Live Stock and Meat Board 1934 Chicago Illinois. 22 pages soft cover booklet.All types of meat recipes for Beef, Veal, Lamb,and Pork and Sausage. Includes attractive garnishes to add to your dishes and time-tables for Roasting and Broiling. Book is slightly worn from age, but in very good conditon. Thanks for stopping by Blue Ridge Antiques and Collectibles.
The Digest Book of Outdoor Cooking Farmer, Charles & Kathy ed The secrets of successful camp cookery: tools and techniques for tent camper, RVer, backpacker. From the Sports and Leisure Library of Follett Publishing Co., 1979. Soft cover, 8-1/4 x 10-3/4 inches, 96 pages. Paper has darkened. There is a small spot of paper off the lower front and another off the lower back cover. Some light edge wear. Under 1 lb.
This cookbook was issued in honor of the 1939 New York World's Fair. It features 15 pages of menus and recipes for fantastic foods fit for the world's fair. Some of the recipes included are Baked Veal Steak, World's Fair Dessert, New Potatoes and Onions, Escalloped Ham and Vegetables, Deviled Eggs in Curry Sauce and a sensational Lemon Cream Custard. There is even a section for cooking with Kids.
This nice little children's cookie cookbook must have come packaged with a set of animal shaped cookie cutters which unfortunately we don't have. But even without the cutters, this is a nice kids' cookbook featuring recipes for CRITTER CRACKERS, ARCTIC ANIMAL ICE CREAM SANDWICHES, and several other clever desserts. Written by Debora Pearson and illustrated by Vlasta VanKampen it is a soft cover, spiral bound book in very good shape.We ship to domestic customers by USPS Book Rate of $1.33.