The New Hamburger & Hot Dog Cookbook Roate 1975 Don’t settle for old hamburger and hot dog recipes. It’s time to upgrade to NEW and Improved. Note the awesome 1970s era cover. I was able to name the year of
Category: You Ate What?
Stuff to eat
Groovy Guys Cooking
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
Leftovers in 2018
Left Over for Tomorrow
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 the remnants of take-out food. (Some complete with moldy fuzz!) To me, this is leftovers. The author, however, is not exactly on the same page. The leftover recipes in this book are almost as complex as the original recipes. This book is more about versatile cooking than reheating some day-old food. This author turns leftovers up to 11. I get the feeling she is one step above dumpster diving.
Don’t Surrender to Snack Attacks!
How to Survive Snack Attacks…Naturally Zucker and Zucker 1979 Drop that chocolate chip cookie! Try carob instead. The twin authors are all about promoting the no sugar, no refined flour, no salt and evidently no fun lifestyle. The girls also
Have a Tuna Adventure!
Tuna: As You Like It Tuna Research Foundation 1968 (?) As a Midwestern kid from the 1960s, tuna casserole was a staple in my mom’s kitchen. It was cheap and easy to make. To this day, tuna casserole is one
More Banana Boldness
The New Banana Fruit Dispatch Company 1931 Of course the official fruit of ALB is bananas, thanks to the post “Be Bold With Bananas.” (If you haven’t taken a look at this post you need to RIGHT NOW) Who knew
Best Buffets Cook Book Better Homes and Gardens 1974 If the Brady Bunch were hosting a party, they would use this book. Feast your eyes on some of these delightful treats, such as Potato Chicken Bake featuring slices of American
Tasty Party Snacks
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