Tuna: As You Like It Tuna Research Foundation 1968 (?) As a Midwestern kid from the 1960s, tuna casserole was a staple in my mom’s kitchen. It was cheap and easy to make. To this day, tuna casserole is one
The New Banana Fruit Dispatch Company 1931 Of course the official fruit of ALB is bananas, thanks to the post “Be Bold With Bananas.” (If you haven’t taken a look at this post you need to RIGHT NOW) Who knew
Carefree Cooking with Aluminum Foil Reynolds Metal Company 1975 Yet another helpful cookbook for those with aluminum foil who haven’t got the slightest idea what to do with it. (I suppose you can make these lovely crafts.) Again, we have
Casseroles Favorite Recipes of Home Economics Teachers Favorite Recipes Press 1982 As a true Midwesterner, I embrace casserole cuisine. However, not all casseroles are created equal and this book proves it. Note the “surprise” casserole. (I think my mother had
Best Buffets Cook Book Better Homes and Gardens 1974 If the Brady Bunch were hosting a party, they would use this book. Feast your eyes on some of these delightful treats, such as Potato Chicken Bake featuring slices of American
500 Tasty Snacks Ideas for Entertaining 1950 I think a good rule of thumb for cookbooks is that one should be able to identify the food pictured. Some of these old cookbooks seem to delight in NOT looking like something
Three Easy Pieces The Quick Menu Cookbook General Foods Corporation 1985 This cookbook is trying to be clever by splitting the book into three sections. Get it? You mix and match each section to come up with a delightful menu.
Bananas …how to serve them Meloripe Fruit Company 1941 Many of you will remember one of our most popular books: Be Bold with Bananas. If you have been waiting for another chance to try some banana cuisine, this little gem