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
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
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
250 Luscious Refrigerator Desserts Berolzheimer, ed. 1954 For those of you with a sweet tooth, here is your source for all sorts of treats that use your fridge/freezer. Of course there are recipes for ice cream, Baked Alaskas, cookies,
Teen-Time Cooking with Carnation Blake 1959 Want to be one of the cool kids? Break out the apron and you can be popular and throw the perfect party with help from this little book. Naturally, Sad Susie is totally unpopular
“Husband-Tested” Recipes Pet Milk Co. 1949 A little something from the olden days. Husbands, run don’t walk to get this wonderful cookbook for the Missus. I love these vintage cooking books. Definitely a keeper for an archive, but not so
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 Working Wives’ Cookbook Zavin and Stuart 1963 This was published before there were a lot of choices in convenience foods and people didn’t really eat out as much as they do now. These ladies did it by making everything