Young America’s Cook Book A Cook Book for Boys and Girls Who Like Good Food Home Institute of the New York Herald Tribune, ed. 1948 We love cookbooks at ALB. The older ones are really wonderful glimpses into the past.
The Microwave Cookbook Spencer 1978 Submitter: Here is another great book in microwavable cooking from 1978 found on shelf at my local public library. It’s got your typical unappealing photos of food. I also question if modern microwaves work the
The Low-Cost Cookbook Favorite Recipes 1971 Straight from a library shelf to your kitchen! You will love recipes like chicken cacciatore with prunes or a molded apple blue cheese salad. I am sure your mouth is watering from all of these
Microwave cooking for kids Better Homes and Gardens 1984 Submitter: This one busts my buttons. This book was on the new book shelf at my local library. A microwave cook book from 1984! I hope they did not pay for
Creative Hamburger Cookery DeGouy 1951 Clearly, this book was published before food photography was a thing. If I didn’t know better, I would think that was a pile of dirt decorating those plates with some lovely garnish. Hamburger meat is
Jiffy Cooking Better Homes and Gardens Meredith Corporation 1967 Once again, we are featuring another cookbook from yesteryear. Can you open a can? Can you stir? Do you just want to keep people fed and everyone to shut up about
Frying Tonight: The Saga of Fish & Chips Priestland 1972 Submitter: In this book Gerald covers every aspect of the great British invention – Fish & Chips. He takes us on a journey from the 1880’s, the days of the ‘Fish
Meals with a Foreign Flair Better Homes and Gardens 1963 So, who knew those foreigners had such tasty food? Better Homes and Gardens is here to help. None of the recipes seem particularly interesting, but I am sure in the