This small cookbook is a delightful homage to the 1950s. Note the fashionable matching aprons on the cover. This is more pamphlet than book and was probably a give-a-way back in the day. Spry is the brand name of shortening that was the main competitor to Proctor and Gamble’s Crisco. In the USA, it was more or less gone by the late 1960s. My mom remembers this as a staple in growing up. We featured another Spry book back in the day. Click here to see that post.
The recipes don’t look too bad. Of course this little booklet is dated but it is a delightful peek into our recent past. On the last picture you can see the delightful companion booklets about cakes and pies your husband likes. (Maybe the cookies won’t do it.)