The Fondue Cookbook Merriman 1969 Fondue was the hip food trend back in the day. (Never mind that the Swiss had been doing the fondue thing for centuries.) It was quite chic for my Midwestern small town upbringing. Naturally, any
Southern Living Party Cookbook Marks and Editors of Southern Living Magazine 1972 Are you having to entertain a bunch of seriously rough and masculine men? Have I got the menu for you! You need to make the “He-Man” brunch. I
Salads Recipes On Parade Favorite Recipes Press 1966 All the salads you can possibly imagine are here in this book. Very few recipes featuring traditional greens, but of course the staples of potato salad, macaroni salad and our good friend
Cooking in the Nude Quickies Cornwell and Cornwell 1987 I guess we can rule out bacon as an ingredient in today’s cookbook. It really is just a basic cookbook with suggestive titles for recipes. Lots of “wink, wink, nudge,nudge” humor.
Joys of Jell-o General Foods 1960 (est) I’ll admit it. I have a certain fondness for the old cookbooks, especially the ones with molded food. We have featured quite a few over the years, but I think this one might
Dining Delightfully Tested Recipes From Adventist Hospital Chefs Review and Herald Publishing Association 1968 Of course the wife is proud of her fruit plate! This wonderful retro cookbook hits all the foodie choices from the 1960s: Something with jello, another
The New Hotdog Cookbook Roate 1968 Another culinary gem for the cookbook collection! The whole hotdog experience has just been upgraded to gourmet status. How about some Hotdog Tetrazzini? Maybe you would prefer the delicate hotdog loaf? Lucky for us
Great Restaurants Cookbook, USA Famous Recipes Made Easy Steffanssen and Townsend, Ed.1975 Evidently, the great restaurants depend a whole lot on canned soup from Campbell’s. Anyone growing up in the 60s and 70s probably remembers more than a few soup/casserole