The General Foods Kitchen Cookbook by The Woman of the General Foods Kitchen 1959 Random House

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Practical, clearly written, and comprehensive cookbook with glossy color photographs, plus line drawings. 

What makes this cookbook a must is the lists of what to serve with what, arranged by protein. If your meatloaf always comes with mashed potatoes and green beans, this is the book for you. Somehow those lists conjure up much nicer meals, and they are all basic cooking!

 The cute 50's graphics make it feel lighthearted, a good antidote to the serious cookbooks like Joy and Julia on your shelf.

The General Foods Kitchen Cookbook is an excellent addition to your vintage recipe collection or home kitchen.

Condition

The book The General Foods Kitchen Cookbook is in good shape for its age with no rips or tears. Please note the wear and stains on the cover and the previous owner's name signature on the inside page.

Bonus: found with a foodie hankie. Enjoy!

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The vintage items I share with you have been previously owned and loved. They may show some wear as is typical for vintage pieces. 

Book dimensions:10x8x1

 


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