This fine new cook booklet fits in your shirt pocket, if you so desire. Published in 1955 by Perkins Products Company, this is a cookbook for the Good Seasons Salad Dressing Kit.
“The Meat You Buy” published by Armour and Company, date unknown (1940′s?). This booklet covers grades and cuts of meat, and discusses the price of meat, general methods of cooking, and the place of meat in the diet. Nice illustrations, including diagrams of the different cuts of meat from various animals. Not a single recipe [...]
My well worn copy of the 1955 edition of the Good Housekeeping Cook Book has many great illustrations and food photos. Oh, ah… the recipes are interesting also. “Cheese-Potato Mound”, “Orange Fluff Sauce”, Cube Steaks with Hasty-Tasty Sauce”, “Chicken Hickmano”…. Hickmano? I’ve only found one other source for that word on the internet… a photo of [...]
This fold-out chart is from the “Extension bulletin 223 – Preservation of Meats and Poultry Products in Frozen-Food Lockers” by the Michigan State College Extension Service, East Lansing. It discusses freezing meats, game and fish, eggs and dairy products, and provides a chart of Retail Cuts, Wholesale Cuts, and more Retail Cuts for Lamb, [...]
Wow, now that is a striking title. “Tempting Dishes the Easy Way for 2 or 4 or 6″ and with a little math you could probably make these “Tempting Dishes” for 8 or 10 or 12 or a small army. And judging from the greasy “Sausage Casserole” dish on the cover, I’d imagine your guests [...]
Outdoor Cookery, April 1955, by the Colorado Agriculture and Mechanical College in For Collins. Classic cover art with basic spot illustrations. Contains recipes for cooking in the great outdoors, as well as info on how to build fires and make cooking implements. Ever wondered how [...]