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.
July Issue of Baker's Review for 1944. Inside is loaded with commercial type baker's equipment ads, War Time related bread ads and more. Soft cover book measures 8 x 5 inxhes with 75 pages. Magazine is in excellent condition, no tears or marks. Thanks for stopping by Blue Ridge Antiques & Collectibles!!
This cookbook is circa 1989 and contains a wealth of Bake-off winners plus other family favorites. There are 52 pages of recipes covering the categories of Appetizers, Breads, Entrees, Cookies and Bars (always my favorite, and Cakes and Desserts (a close second). Some of the great recipes included are a Mexican spoon bread, a pizza quiche (surprisingly good), and a tomato cheese pie that is out of this world! My favorite desserts are a Chocolate Praline Layer Cake and a Hot Buttered Rum and Apple Cobbler.
I am a sucker for the old cookbooklets. They are such fun! This one is circa, 1990 and hold a wealth of brunch ideas. There are 90 plus pages of delicious and delectable ideas - ranging from delicious breads and muffins to unusual fruit dips (Pina Colada is one such). The book is in great condition.
American Guide to Wines Ruth Ellen Church This is a practical book for everyday people who want to know how to buy, serve, and enjoy wines. Published by Quadrangle books, 1963. Hard cover, no dj, 5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches, 272 pages. Bumped corners. Sticker on front fly. Under 1 lb.
Written for International Harvester Co. in Chicago Ill. This booklet presents information developed in Internatioal Harvesters Home Economics Kitchens. Combined with rules and methods of Freezing foods. Colorful pictures, 83 pages. Measures 6 X 9 inches, spiral bound. Bookelet show's signs or age, but is in good condition.Thanks for stopping by Blue Ridge Antiques & Collectibles!!
Title: Classico Authentic Italian Cooking Description: From the back cover: Experience a food excursion through Italy by sampling tried-and-true, authentic dishes featuring ClassicoÓ sauces, pastas or both. There's no need to pack your bags for the trip, just head for your kitchen and stir up some of the finest Italian classics around. Each kitchen-tested tecipe is made from the freshest ingredients and represents the cuisine of a specific region. Publisher: Meredith Corporation, 1996. ISBN 0-696-20555-6. Format: Hard pictorial cover, 8-1/4 inches square, 96 pages. Condition: Moisture has slightly wrinkled the bottom right corner of the pages. It doesn't affect the reading. Shipping: Under 2 lb.
George Foreman's Knock-Out-the-fat Barbecue and Grilling Cookbook George Foreman and Cherie Calbom In his Knock-out-the-Fat Barbecue and Grilling Cookbook, George, along with famed nutritionist Cherie Calbom, explains how to prepare hearty, mouth-watering meals that won't stress your waistline. When grilled over high heat, meats, poultry, fish, and vegetables not olnly retain more vitamins, they can have their fat content lowered, too. With easy-to-learn, simple techniques, George and Cherie show you how to raise the temperature and drop the unwanted fat. Published by Villard Books, 1996. Soft cover, 7-1/4 x 9 inches, 175 pages. Very good condition with little scuffing to corners. Under 2 lb.
Chicken has 'come a long way' and is one of the most versatile and economical meats you can buy, says the introduction of Betty Crocker's Best Recipes for Chicken cookbook, one of the 'Red Spoon Collection' of cookbooks published by Prentice Hall Press, New York. This is a First Edition. Chapters include Chicken Basics, Stove top Classics, Oven All-Stars, Wonderful Roasts, Salads for All Seasons, Chicken with Pasta, Simple Soups and Sandwiches, and Red Spoon Tips. More than 100 quality-tested reliable recipes are here. Of course, the book offers you the tastiest Sunday roast chicken, but you'll also find international favorites like Chicken Cacciatore, Chicken and Rice with Curry Sauce, Chicken with Golden Pilaf and Paella. Plus, there are wonderful recipes for entertaining - Chicken and Artichoke Fondue and Coq au Vin cozy, warming dishes such as Brunswick-style Stew and classic Chicken Fricassee with Chive Dumplings. As the authors note: 'Chicken never had it so good!' One special feature shows easy-to-follow directions on how to cut a whole chicken into parts, bone chicken breasts, truss a chicken and carve a whole bird! The 112-page hardbound book is illustrated with wonderful color photos and is fully indexed. It is in Near Fine condition no apparent defects! (1785)
Gourmet International Barbecue - Hc - 1st Ed - 1971
Excellent condition, First Edition, First Printing HC book covering all aspects of Charcoal, Gas and Hibachi cooking. From the Tested Recipes Publishers...you've got your sausage, pork, ham, seafood.. it's all here plus loads of tips, available accessories. This volume is in almost unused condition..spotless on the inside.
The Complete Farmer. Compiled by The Main Street Press, a compendium of Do It Yourself tried and true practices for the farm garden and household, 173 pages, 8 ¾ inches by 11 ¼ inches with a hard cover, excellent condition, 1979. L139x6. (s1)
Philadelphia Bicentennial Cookbook. The Junior League of Philadelphias Bicentennial Cookbook, 226 pages, 6 inch by 9 inch soft cover, the cover has some damage, inscribed, many black & white photos of Philadelphia. L123x10. (s1)
Recipies: The Cooking of Japan A Time Life book published by Time, Inc., 1969 in a Foods of the World series. Sections include: Dashi and Owanrui - Stocks and Soups; Bento and Zensai - Picnic Food and Hors d'Oeuvre; Aemono and Sunomono - Mixed Foods and Vinegared Salads; Sashimi - Slice Raw Fish; sushi - Vinegared Rice Dishes; Goha - rice; Menrui - Noodles; Agemono - Fried Foods; Nimono - Foods Cooked in Seasoned Liquids; Nabemono - One-Pot Cookery; Yakimono - Broiled Foods; Mushimono - Steamed Foods. In addition there is an Appendix on using the Japanese recipes. Spiral bound, with cardboard covers, 6 x 9 inches, 120 pages. Crease down center of front cover. Covers rubbed, corners worn, otherwise good condition. Under 1 lb.
Holiday Recipes - Chanuka Et Al - Hodgson - Pb - 1981
There must be millions of Holiday recipe books out there, but this one celebrates some of the more obscure as well as the standards Christmas, Thankksgiving, etc. If you celebrate any of these days, this book is for you! Chinese New Year, Twelfth Night, Santa Lucia and Chanuka...see what I mean. Moira Hodgson gives us some strange offerings in this 1983 paperback cookbook.. how about LUSSEKATTER for your next party ?
48 page booklet of recipes designed to be quick, easy and energy saving.....we're talking watts here. Recipes give both metric and regular measurements as well as the amount of energy consumed if you were to cook them as recommended. Put out by the TransAlta Utility Co of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Different
40 page booklet from Westinghouse giving the care and use of your new Westinghouise Refrigerator. Also contains 29 pages of recipes with a special economy section devoted to Leftovers. There is a nice spread showing all of the wonderful new appliances available to give us more free time ..yeah, whatever happened to that idea anyway? Good condition booklet, clean and complete.
36 page booklet put out by the Frigidaire division of General Motors in the middle 40's that's full of recipes for mousses, homemade ice creams, sauces, parfaits, and yes, even directions for making ice cubes. Booklet is complete and in reasonably good condition, the inside pages are almost unread. The cover has a some scuffing on the spine and edges and the back cover corners are creased.
Great condition 307 page hardback classic Cooking for Two by Sally Larkin. The origins of this book go all the way back to 1909. This one is the 5th Edition printed in 1951. Besides all of the great recipes (more Later) it contains many useful tables, marketing basics, kitchen tips, etc. Basic recipes with manageable levels of ingredients designed to give few if any leftovers. Carrots in cream, Swiss steak, breads and desserts.
492 page book catalosg over 500 recipes from exotic places like Bali, HongKong, Aruba et al. Cooking authority Myra Waldo arranges recipes by type and also includes many meat facts and myths, charts and drawings. This is a great resource for that something different for your next soiree, or when you feel like whipping up something more adventurous for the family...Guatemalan pork strips, Liver and Macaroni auGratin, Normandy Loin of Pork in Cider, or Tyrolean Beef and Sauerkraut. Whew! The book was printed in 1967 (this is a Book Club Edition), and is a good, clean volume.
This is the Rodale Cookbook. It is hard cover, 9 1/2 7 7 3/4 , 486 pages, printedin 1974. It is in good condition with just a little edge wear. Lots of healthful tips and charts for the health conscious!
Better Homes And Gardens Heritage Of America Cookbook - Huge 10 ½ By 14 ½ Cookbook - 288 Pages - Hardback Cover With Color Jacket - Tons Of Recipes And Cooking Information - Tons Of Color Photos - This Is One Of The Most Extensive Cookbooks That Have To Do With Regions Of America From New England To The North Pacific Coast - 1993 - Near Mint Condition. PDP74
The Plain Dealer Guide To Wine - 1996 - articles, stories, recipes, procedures on wine making, etc. loaded with information and gives detailed procedures on how to make your own wine at home. Describes the different wines, how to serve them, when to serve them, what food to serve them with and also what wines to serve with what stemware. Excellent information source. PDP68
Collection Of 13 Cookbooks, Booklets And Magazines For All Types Of Foods And Meals. Includes: Special Delights - Battered, Covered Or Wrapped, Thrifty Meals, Breads, Cajun Cooking, Breakfast And Brunch, Vegetable Delights, Creole Cooking, Canning-Pickling-And Preserving. All Of These Are From Quick And Delicious And Are About 65 Pages Each. Also Included Is Ideal s All Holidays Cookbook, Better Homes And Gardens The Best Milk Recipes In America (33pages), 1986 Good Food Magazine, And 1989 Good Housekeeping Christmas Issue. PDP59
Collectible booklet from Frances Barton of the Consumers Service Dept of General Foods. It's 32 pages of ideas on serving balanced meals, shopping guides, food groups and more. Lots of pictures and illustrations. What all the Baby Boomer Moms depended on to take care of their families in the 1950's. Booklet is in pretty good shape, no tears, a little discoloration on the cover pages, but that's about it.
Everything you ever wanted to know about the humble BANANA, including 36 recipes for salads and salad dressings. Part of a series of banana booklets put out by the Fruit Dispatch Co. of NYC in the late 30's and early 40's, they are listed in the cookbook price guides as a very collectible series. Booklet is 24 pages, lots of pictures and is in excellent condition. So next time you are hankering for a Banana-Sardine Boat, you'll have all the details on it's preparation.
In The Kitchen With Rosie Oprah s (Winfrey) Favorite Recipes, by Rosie Daley, 1994. Includes color photos. Hardback cover with jacket, 129 pages, book in excellent shape. Book category: Cookbooks. PDP57
Wonderful 1969 Book Club, First Edition hardcover with dust jacket, both in almost spotless mint condition from Viking Press and illustrated by Abner Graboff. The ... first really modern book about picnics , The author has a happy, zippy style..... Included are 10 chapters :PICNIC CLASSICS, BANQUETS IN A BASKET, GRANDSTAND SNACKS, PICNICS AFLOAT, CAMPER COOKERY, POCKET PICNICS, SPORTSMAN S LUNCH BOX, MOTEL BREAKFASTS, BLITHE SPIRITS, and PICNIC CUES (stuff you shouldn t forget). Ever heard of scotch eggs or carnitas? If not, here s your chance.