Betty Crocker’s Cook Book for Boys and Girls Crocker 2003 Submitter: We pride ourselves on having an up to date collection. Unfortunately while trying to find a cookbook for a reluctant reader who loves cooking, I found this atrocity. Granted
Soyer’s Paper-Bag Cookery Soyer 1911 Submitter: According to Nicholas Soyer, the method of paper-bag cookery “has made a great furor in England,” and, despite initial setbacks (“the paper got burnt, and soon afterwards it exploded”), is perfect for cooking nearly
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
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 typewriter cake.
Holly: These cakes are awesome! This book would be REALLY cool if it showed you how to make a cake in the shape of an iPhone or an eReader. Unfortunately…it doesn’t.
Recipes from the East
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 the most awful cover I’ve ever seen. The real question is, how did something spiral bound last 55 years?!
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