My Mom has been preserving these cookbooks from my Grandmother's home. These paperbacks vary in condition and age, but I can guarantee all the recipes are good for you!
1- Food and Nutrition-the American National Red Cross, Washington DC, 87 pages, January 1942
2- Sunbeam Controlled Heat Automatic Frypan cookbook, cover page missing but includes the important info: how to use, suggestions, and recipes
3- Worcester Recipes by Mrs. Janet Mckenzie Hill, editor of Boston Cooking School Magazine. No date and is a bit soiled, but a collectible
4- How to make the 32 drinks guests most often ask for. This is likely my Dad's, my grandmother did not like drinking. 1958, several illustrated pages, clean with a couple of edge creases.
5- Royal Cook Book by Royal Baking Powder co, NY, 49 pages, several of her personal recipes (cut out and added) included, torn spine, edge wear
6- Canning at Home, March 1943 by Marion C Pfund, Cornell Bulletin for Homemakers, Bulletin 583, 63 pages, edge wear, dog eared. I have a couple of single issues of this book in my store (can be found by using my Search box).
7- There is no title on this book as the first 30 pages are missing. Last page of recipes is 129, there are several pages of local advertisement in this book from the Syracuse NY area. It's hard to tell when the book was published, the ads span through the decades. Her person recipe coupons are from the early 19502.
8- Aunt Sammy's Radio Recipes Revised. Cover is missing, 142 pages. In rough shape, but the recipes are worth a million!
These are sold as is, some are certainly usable and keepers, others are just fun to have and jot recipes down. Enjoy!
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