Soyfood Recipes for the American Table: Favorite Dishes from the Folks at White Wave White Wave 1998 Submitter: I really like tofu, especially if it’s breaded and fried and has a fantastic sauce. What I don’t like about this cookbook
Cooking From Scratch The Single Man’s Guide to Making Out in the Kitchen Warberg 1976 Direct from the 1970s, we have a cookbook made especially for those guys who are single, or the wife is working and the poor guy
Left Over for Tomorrow Tenison 1971 Time to kick off 2018 with some helpful advice about leftovers. Hopefully you have some remnants of holiday dinners to try out with this book. At any given time in our fridge are
Cooking Pleasure Permanent Cookware 1976 Who knew cooking was all about the pleasure? Doesn’t this couple look like they are having a good time? You just know that the guy in the picture is just so happy to give his
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
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.
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