Saucepans and the Single Girl Kragen and Perry 1965 Submitter: Recently weeded from my high school library collection. We have nicknamed this book the “How to Snag a Man” Cookbook. Holly: Oooh, a high school library! I bet this was
The Eat-A-Bug Cookbook Gordon 1998 Submitter: This cookbook found on the shelves at my local library is not a joke… Although with recipes names like Larvae Latkes, Cockroach ala King, Pest-O, Sweet & Sour Silkworms & Party Pupae, I have
500 Tasty Sandwich Recipes Berolzheimer, ed. 1951 Forget Jimmy Johns or Subway. This cookbook has the sandwich answer! Provided you have the guts to read on. The recipes look weird and were probably all the rage in the early 50s.
Eggs Exotique Kaufman 1969 I can’t wait to get some fancy Eggs Exotique! The meringue looks disturbing, but its the fish dish below that has me going ewww! I really hope that isn’t what that dish looks like. Any guess
Madame Benoit’s Microwave Cook Book Benoit 1975 In the 70s, microwave cookbooks were all the rage. Initially,everyone thought it was going to be the same as a regular oven but much faster. Somewhat true, but it was quite apparent that
All About Sausage Consumer Services at Oscar Mayer & Co. 1973 I truly am mesmerized by the array of beautiful meats presented here. I have scanned the best ones. If you are planning a Christmas holiday party, I really recommend
So-Good Meals Better Homes and Gardens 1963 Here is a nearly perfect relic from the 1960s sitting in a public library, just waiting to be selected for ALB. I get the feeling the excellent condition of this book means that
It’s Not Really Magic Schroeder and Sanderson 1981 Direct from the youth cookbook section, some awesome recipes that the kids can handle with those newfangled microwaves! The magic microwave can help you make: popcorn (but use your popcorn popper first!