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Tag Archives: old cookbooks
SPAM may be an acronym for shoulder pork and ham, or spiced ham, depending upon which resource you consult. Hormel indicates that Spam Classic (I love that) is made from “pork with ham, salt [I’ll say!], water, potato starch, sugar, and sodium … Continue reading
I remember Elsie the Cow from my childhood in the 1960’s, when she showed up in all kinds of advertising pamphlets – made to look like “real” children’s books – we were given in school to extol the many health properties … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting cookbook loaned to me by my friend, Paul. This is a crazy book, combining the kitsch of 60’s cooking in all its urbanity and every gay stereotype known to humankind. I haven’t been able to find much … Continue reading
This is one of my favorite retro cookbooks. The 1973 version is not easy to find, and I was lucky to have paid only 5 bucks for it at Half-Price Books in Berkeley, one of my favorite places to buy old cookbooks … Continue reading
Over the years I’ve collected a number of interesting old cookbooks, many from the 1940’s through the 1970’s, a time when convenience foods, casseroles and cocktail party appetizers were all the rage. Recipes in these retro cookbooks are often scary. … Continue reading
A retro dinner the other night (my Mother made Swiss steak, remember that?) made me want to have something I have not had in a good 20 years: date nut bread. I have no idea if this was popular all … Continue reading