A Man, A Can, A Plan: 50 Great Guy Meals Even You Can Make Joachim and the editors of Men’s Health 2002 Submitter: I found this gem of a cookbook (if we can even call it that) at a library
Pasteles Magicos Decorados Welsh, French 1987 Submitter: Here is book I just discarded from our library collection. The title of our book is Magical Decorated Cakes. I also took a picture of one of the cakes inside the book, a
Cooking Made Microwave Easy
Better Homes & Gardens
Submitter: Found this gem while weeding some vhs tapes. I hadn’t realized that there were even microwave cooking tips out there, and coming from Better Homes and Gardens, they’re bound to be good, right! Right? What’s this about shielding with aluminum foil? Sounds safe!
Holly: Well, I’ll be darned. The USDA has a fact sheet that says small amounts of aluminum foil can be used in a microwave! Even so, this is a VHS tape from 1987. Let it go.
Recipes from the East Ross 1955 Submitter: I told my principal this morning that if he ever hears someone tell me “Oh, I know Exactly what kind of books you’d like,” he should kick me under the table. Holly: That is
Rapper’s Delights: African-American Cookin’ with Soul Al Pereira 1998 Submitter: This is a cook book compiled of recipes from rappers of the eighties and nineties. It includes such delectable culinary fare as, “Flava Flav’s Rice Pilaf.” Ingredients: A bag of
The First Book of Boys’ Cooking Beim 1957 Gotta love the titles that pre-date ME! Love the recipes and I noticed that even the language would be archaic by today’s standards. Would kids even know that a fridge was known
Aunt Jenny’s Favorite Recipes Lever Brothers Co. 1930? Submitter: This came from the Home Economics section of a local library and was then donated with other treasures to the local High School library. 49 pages…many with pictures and captions like