I inherited my Grandmother’s old cookbooks when my sister was cleaning out some thing she found in their garage. I haven’t gotten around to looking at them until now.
Most of them have a published date of 1950
They have little extras in them like “Note: These are delightfully salty.”
Isn’t that delightful?
And fun illustrations.
This one is from 1976:
My son laughed and said “Men like all foods”.
A ward cookbook that is approximately 60 years old.
and an unidentified one that needs more TLC than the others:
I am looking for suggestions on how to best repair these. A lot have un-attached covers, and of course there is the last one, which I fear is a lost cause. In the mean time, they will likely live in a binder in sheet protectors, but I definitely intend to use them.