3 Vintage Recipe Pamphlets with Fun Party Outdoor Recipes 1960's

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3 unique vintage recipe pamphlets featuring a variety of recipes for the summer outdoor cooking season.

Hot Dogs published in 1955 has 31 wonderful ways to dish up an old favorite, prepared by Woman's Day Kitchen. This pamplet has some stains but is so unique.  Dimensions:7x5x1

Lets Eat Outdoors is a cookbook of recipes and ideas for picnics, barbecues, patio parties, and camping. Featuring Betty Crocker, Hormel  McCormick, and Nestle's recipes. I cannot find a date printed on this pamphlet.  Dimensions:7x5x1

Philly Dip Party Handbook features Philly dips that can be simple or elegant depending on the flavor and serving dishes you choose. Published by the makers of Philidelphia Cream Cheese distributed by Made Rite Potato Chip Company Bay City Michigan. I cannot find a date printed on this pamphlet. Dimensions:6x4x1


3 Vintage Recipe Pamphlets with Fun Party Outdoor Recipes are in good shape for its age with no rips or tears.

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Approximately 640,000 tons of books are deposited in the landfill annually at an average weight of 4 pounds each. This averages out to about 320 million books discarded each year that are not recycled. Wow!

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Most readers don't imagine when buying a new book how much paper we are using and what will happen to that paper in a year or two. 

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I'm passionate about preserving our past and passionate about the power of books to tell stories.

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