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VintageCookbook.com’s Black Friday Sale on Vintage and Antique Cook Books.  Starting now, lasting until Sunday morning.  Take 20% off any or many cookbooks.  Use coupon code 6E7U2N4R. Great way to get ready for you-know-what.  (Check back for Cyber Monday Sale!)

Antique and vintage cookbooks recently added include: Mary Elizabeth’s War Time Recipes, 1918; Chef, 1910; How to Cook a Wolf, 1942, 1943, with Dust Jacket; a “Continental Pastry Shop and Tea Room;  Stephenson’s Apple Farm Restaurant Receipts, 1967, 1974; Kitchen and the Cotton Patch:  True first edition, first printing, 1948; First Ladies Cook Book, 1977; Hollywood Glamour Cook Book by Mariposa, 1940; Tabitha Cook Book, 1925; Jewish Cookery, 1949, 1953; Bull Cook Authentic Historical Recipes Practices, Volumes I, II, and III; Supper of the Lamb, First Edition;  1940s? Recipe Book. Housekeeping Tips and Many, Many Recipes; Recipes from the Olde Pink House, 1981, Savannah’s Historic Restaurant;  Celebrity Cook Book, Signed by Author Midge Hill, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation; Paper Bag Cook Book;  New York Sunday American Cooking for American Homemakers, 1968, by Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook for Educational Book Club, Inc.; Picayune’s Creole Cook Book, 1901, 1916; Cooking LeeWays, 1980; Caribbean Rum Book, 1985, 1993; Recipes for the Bartender, “21” Brands; Burke’s Complete Cocktail and Tastybite Recipes, 1936, 1944; Cookie Book, Nellie Watts and Culinary Arts Press, 1939; Candy Book, Culinary Arts Press, 1938; Mary Land’s Louisiana Cookery, 1954;  Twentieth Century Club Cook Book, 1896-1936, Oshkosh, Wisconsin; Cooking in Old Creole Days, 1903, 1928; La Cuisine Francaise or French Cooking for Every Home, 1896; Treasured Armenian Recipes, 1949, 1989; Farm Journal’s Best-Ever Recipes, 1977, First Edition, First Printing;  Paris Cuisine, 1952, 1956, James A. Beard and Alexander Watt, Mint Condition with Dust Jacket; La Margarita, 1966; New Orleans Cook Book, 1940, Lena Richard, First Edition, First Printing; Key West Cook Book, 1949; Kitchen and the Cotton Patch, 1948, 1976; Sourdough Jack’s Cookery & Other Things . . . & More, Stated First Printing, 1974; Coastal Carolina Cooking, 1958;  St. Paul’s Guild Cook Book, 1919, Bishop, California;    New Orleans Carnival Cook Book, 1951; Gleaners Favorite Recipes, 1965; 80/20 Cook Book, 1928, First Edition, First Printing;  Maren’s Pine Tavern Menus and Recipes, 1959, Bend, Oregon; Meta Given’s Modern Encyclopedia Cooking, 1947, 1953, Complete in One Volume; Book of Famous Old New Orleans Recipes Used in the South for more than 200 Years. Nearly Mint with Glassine Dust Jacket; Ruth’s Favorite Recipes, Holbrook House, Chicago, First Edition, Signed; Favorite Recipes from Famous People, 1950, Alexandria, Louisiana and Jackson County, North Carolina; Cocktail and Wine Digest, Barmen’s Bible, 1943, 1976; Favorite Recipes of Famous People, 1936, Felix Mendelsohn; Colony: Portrait of A Restaurant–And its Famous Recipes, 1945; 100 Famous Cocktails is Collaboration with Oscar of the Waldorf, 1934, 1937; Cook Book of Choice Luncheons, 1942, Birmingham, Alabama; Cricket Cook Book, 1938; Blue Ribbon Cook Book: Selected Recipes by Famous Cooks, 1907; WNAX Presents Your Neighbor Lady Book, 1953; Spice Cookbook, 1964; Leone’s Italian Cookbook, 1967; Greektown Chicago Its History — Its Recipes, 2005; Mary’s Recipes, 2000; Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans, 1948, 1975; Fashions in Foods, 1931; Cooking with Mickey Around Our World, 1986; Marigold Cook Book, 1938, First Edition, First Printing; Fashions in Foods in Beverly Hills. 1931;  (Bottoms Up!) The Amateur Bartender’s Hawaiian Friend, 1969; Booze Book, 1967; Famous Recipes by Famous People, 1940; Disney’s: Cooking with Mickey & Friends: More Than 30 Recipes for Kids Easy to Make and Even Easier to Eat! 1998; Alice B. Toklas Cook Book, 1954; Key West Cook Book, 1949; Settlement Cook Book, 1951; Harmony Circle Cook Book, 1902; Iridor Complete Candy Making Course; Mary Lyles Wilson’s New Cook Book, 1914, 1952; Catering for Special Occasions, 1911; Colony: Portrait of A Restaurant–And its Famous Recipes, 1946;  Selected Lazarus Restaurant Recipes, 1981; Treatise on Baking, 1905, 1915; Favorite Torte and Cake Recipes, 1951; Secrets of Cuban Entertaining: A Menu Cookbook,1981, Rocio Lamadriz, Piedad Robertson and Olga de Zaldo; Gaige’s Cocktail Guide and Ladies Companion, 1941, 1949; Vachon’s Economical Soups and Entrees, 1903; Mrs. Curtis’s Cook Book, 1909, First Edition; Est Le Garlic: French Cooking in 50 Lessons, 1977;  Pies and Pasties Cookbook, 1984; Key West Celebrity Cookbook, 1991; Princesses Cook Book, 1936, first American edition; Philadelphia Main Line Classics, 1982; Mrs. Rorer’s Home Candy Making, 1989; Candies and Bonbons and How to Make Them, 1913; Sourdough Jack’s Cookery, Authentic Sourdough Cookery, 1959, 1969; Winston Co, 1931; Purity Cook Book, 1937; Complete Candy Making Course, Candy Manual Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4, 1931; Virginia McDonald; Victorian Tea Room, 1991, Warm Springs, Georgia; Wenzel’s Menu Maker, Second Edition, 1979; Famous Sportsmen’s Recipes, 1940, Jessie Marie DeBoth; How to Cook a Wolf, 1942, 1944, with Dust Jacket; Gold Cook Book, 1947; Wenzel’s Menu Maker, First Edition, Fifth Printing, 1972; Ornamental Confectionery and The Art of Baking, 1893; Master Baker’s Manual, 1930;  Choice Candy Recipes, 1930, Lucy G. Allen; American Women’s Voluntary Services Cook Book, 1942; Betty Bun’s Book of Baking Magic, 1986; Soul Food Cookery, 1968;  Farm Journal’s Best-Ever Recipes, 1977, First Edition, First Printing; Berkeley Women’s City Club Recipes, 1934; Good Housekeeping Everyday Cook Book, 1903; Nine Hundred Successful Recipes, 1923, First Edition, Lulu Thompson Silvernail; Nancy’s Belles Cook Book, 1938. For the Benefit of the Carillon Fund, First Edition, First Printing; Cross Creek Cookery, First Edition, First Printing, 1942; Congressional Club Recipes, 1947, First Edition, First Printing; Country Kitchen, Della T. Lutes, 1936, First Edition, 1938 Printing; Puerto Rican Cookery, 1975, 2008; Love Time & Butter, Joe Hyde, 1971; What One Can Do with a Chafing Dish, 1889, 1890; Pot-luck 33,000 United Way, 1993; Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea, Marion Harland, 1875; Feeding the Lions: An Algonquin Cookbook, 1942; Recipes from Miss Louise, 1978, Louise S. McGehee School, New Orleans; Aromas and Flavors of Past and Present, Alice B. Toklas, 1959, True First Edition; Hollywood Glamour Cook Book by Mariposa, 1940; Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book, 1884, 1893; Nancy Drew Cookbook, 1973; Green Mountain White Ribbon Cook Book, c 1895; Old-Time Recipes for Home Made Wines, 1909, 1922; Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book, 1883, 1888; Fun with Food, ca. 1960; Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Cookbook, 1942, 1960; Salad Book or 500 Delicious Salads, 1941; Old Mr. Boston, 1935, First Edition, Second Printing; Delmar’s Delights: Seafood Recipes from the Delmar Restaurant, 1978; Coastal Cookery, 1937, 1965, St. Simon’s Island, Georgia; Tony Chachere’s Cajun Country Cookbook, 1972; Legend of Liqueurs, Wines and Spirits, 1935, 1961; Gentleman’s Companion, 1951; Wenzel’s Menu Maker, Second Edition, 1979: Easy-To-Cook Book for Beginners 7 and Over, 1967;  Eat It by Dana Crumb, Art by R. Crumb, 1972: A Cookbook; San Francisco Cookbook, 1979; E Pluribus Onion: Collection of Recipes the Latin School of Chicago, 1976, First Edition; Book of Famous Old New Orleans Recipes Used in the South for more than 200 Years; Favorite Recipes of the Nebraska Czechs, 1968; Buster Holmes Restaurant Cookbook: New Orleans Handmade Cooking, 1983; Stork Club Bar Book, Lucius Beebe, 1946, First, First! Gift Edition, Numbered Copy 19 of 46; Gun Club Cook Book, 1930, 1939, or a Culinary Code for Appreciative Epicures, by Charles Browne, with illustrations by Leonard Holton; Savannah Cook Book, 1933, First Edition, Presumed First Printing; Quiet Drinking: A Book of Beer, Wines & Cocktails and What to Serve with Them, 1933, Virginia Elliott, Revised or “Repeal” Edition; Artists ‘ and Writers’ Cookbook, 1961, First/First, Foreward by Alice B. Toklas; Brown Derby Cook Book, 1949, 1952, Leather Bound Edition; Mama Mia Italian Cookbook, 1955, First Edition, First Printing; Book of the Camp Fire Girls, 1938, 1944, An Art Deco Masterpiece; Burke’s Complete Cocktail Drinking Recipes, 1936; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1955, Mint;  Single Girl’s Cookbook by Helen Gurley Brown, 1969; Good Housekeeping Cook Book, 1949, Cook’s Copy; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book, 1956, Revised Edition, Stated First Printing; McCall’s Cooking School: Step-by-Step Directions for Mistake-Proof Recipes, 1984; Doomed Rabbit: Recipes from the Kitchens of Leather Folk and Friends, 1888; Bagels, Blintzes and Borscht, 1975; Gourmet of the Delta, First Edition, First Printing, 1958; ’21’ Cookbook, 1995, First Edition; Pearl’s Kitchen First Edition! Signed by Pearl Bailey! 1973; Maine Coastal Cooking and Accomplifht Cook or Whole Art and Myftery of Cookery, 1963, 1980; Gourmet of the Delta, First Edition, First Printing, 1958; 99 Practical Methods of Utilizing Boiled Beef, 1893; NEW Fannie Farmer Boston Cooking-School Cook Book, 1951; Anna’s Cookbook,1978; Southern Cooking, 1928, 1941; River Road Recipes, 1959; Paris Bistro Cookery, 1958; Teen-Time Cooking with Carnation Evaporated Milk, 1959; Teena in the Kitchen with Her Friends’ Best Recipes, 1964; Betty Crocker Step-by-Step Recipes, 1976; What to Cook for Company, 1952; Out of Vermont Kitchens, 1939, 1951; An American Cook in Turkey, 1961, 1962; Fruit Recipes, 1907; Pool Bar Jim’s Famous Frozen Drinks, 1979; Little Cook Book for Little Girl, 1905; Martha Washington Log Cabin Cook Book, 1924; “Fit for a King:” The Merle Armitage Book of Food, 1939; Fine Old Time Recipes, 1927, Woman’s World; Williamsburg Art of Cookery, 1938, 1955; Acadian Bi-Centennial, 1955; My Life with Wine, 1972; Kitchen Guide, ca 1920s; Recipes for a Small Planet, 1973; Mama Mia Italian Cookbook, 1955, First/First; Frances Virginia Tea Room Cookbook;, 1981;  Tenth Muse: An Unconventional Cookery Book of Recipes, 1954, 1962; British Bouquet: An Epicurean Tour of Britain, 1962; Colette’s Best Recipes: Book of French Cookery, 1923; Edna Lewis, In Pursuit of Flavor, 1988, First Edition, First Printing;  Antoinette Pope School of Fancy Cookery Lessons; Antoinette Pope School Cook Book, 1954, with Many Additional Recipes; With a Jug of Wine, 1949; What to Have for Dinner, Fannie Farmer, 1905; Williamsburg Art of Cookery, 1938, 1955; More Recipes With a Jug of Wine, 1956; African Cookbook, 1970; Fat Cat’s Cookbook for Cooking and Coloring, 1971; Brennan’s New Orleans Cookbook, 1964; Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Cookbook, 1968; Savannah Cook Book, 1933, 1960, Unrevised First Edition, 1963 Printing; Hood’s Practical Cook’s Book, 1897; Mangiamo (Let’s Eat!), 1970, Pristine First Edition, Signed by Sylvia Sabastiani; River Road Recipes, 1959; 365 Luncheon Dishes, 1902; Date Bait: The Younger Set’s Picture Cook Book, 1952; Here’s How Mixed Drinks, 1941, Three Mountaineers; Mexican Cookbook, Fergusson, 1934, 1940, 1945; Bohemian San Francisco, First Edition, First Printing, 1914; International Cook Book, Filippini, 1906, 1911; Wilson’s Meat Cookery, 1920; Marblehead Cooks, 1989, Selected Recipes from Tower School; Fine Old Dixie Recipes, 1965, 1967; Betty Crocker’s Cooky Book, 1963; Sourdough Jack’s Cookery And Other Things; Ship’s Cook and Baker, 1944; Betty Crocker’s Dinner for Two, 1958; Sunset’s New Kitchen Cabinet Cook Book, 1938, 1940; More Recipes from a Jug of Wine, 1956; Girls & Boys Easy-to-Cook Book; Blueberry Hill Cookbook, 1959, First Edition, First Printing; Blue Ribbon and Pure Gold Cook Book, 1905; Italian Bouquet: Epicurean Tour of Italy, First Edition, 1958, 1973; Children’s Party Book, 1935; Monet’s Table: Cooking Journals of Claude Monet,1989; Wolf in Chef’s Clothing, 1950, 1954;  Way to Cook, Julia Child, 1989; Gebhardt’s Mexican Cookery for American Homes, 1932; Irwin S. Cobb’s Own Recipe Book, 1934; Commander’s Wild Side, 2008; Audubon Plantation Country Cookbook, 1988, 2004; Daily News Cook Book, 1896; Epicurean, 1894, 1920; 365 Luncheon Dishes, 1902;Betty Crocker’s Kitchen Gardens, 1971; Cooking with Casseroles, a Sunset Book, 1958; Como Stories, Edition One, 2013, Number One; Jambalaya: 15th Anniversary Edition, 1983; Simply Simpatico, 1981; Southern Cooking, Mrs. S. R. Dull, 1928, 1941, 1968; Gitty’s Exotic Cooker, 1978; Mastering the Art of French Cooking, 1961, Julia Child; Giant Cook Book, 1983, First Edition, First Printing; Kitchen Guide, ca 1920s, Aluminum Goods Manufacturing Co.; Voila! Lafayette Centennial Cookbook 1884-1984; Rheingold Recipes: A Cook Book of Quality, 1912; Dom DeLuise’s Eat This . . . It’ll Make You Feel Better, 1988; Gourmet’s Gamble, 1962; Good Housekeeping; Woman’s Home Cook Book, 1909, 1910; Woman’s City Club Cook Book, 1923; Restaurants of New Orleans, 1990; Inglenook Cook Book, 1901, 1910; First Edition! Nearly Mint; Chico Presents Ronrico’s Official Mixtro’s Guide, 1954; Best of South Louisiana Cooking, 1983; Dine at Home with Rector, 1937; Recipes from Paul Naquin’s French Collection Cookbook, 1978; La Cuisine a Taos, 1982; French Acadian Cooking in the Louisiana Bayou Country, 1995; Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea, Marion Harland, 1875; Famous Recipes from Old Virginia, 1941, by Margaret Dashiel, Beautifully Illustrated; Joy of Cooking, 1946; New Hood Cook Book, 1941; Fancy Pantry: Elegant Edibles, Helen Witty, 1986; Teacher in Space Cookbook: Touching the Future, 1986; Sunday Night Suppers, 1907; Brushy Bayou Recipes, 1978; Corn Cook Book, War Edition, 1918; A Dame’s Cookbook, 1973; Edgewater Beach Hotel Salad Book, 1926, 1928; Food and How to Cook It, 1928; Sook’s Cook Book: Memories and Traditional Receipts from Deep South, 1989; New Orleans Creole Recipes, 1932; How to Cook Reagan’s Goose, 1984; New Cookery Book, Tenth Edition, 1870s, Anne Bowman; Martini Diaries, 1997; Encore! Cookbook of Favorite Dishes of Worlds Most Famous Musicians, 1958, 1974; Simply Cajun! Simply Delicious, 2004; Calorie Cook Book; French Laundry Cookbook, 1999; Have Cookbook Will Marry, 1957; Encyclopedia of Cooking, 1958; Cooking in Switzerland, 1984; Sunset Cook Book of Desserts, 1963; Flavors of the Caribbean & Latin America, 1978; Whole Earth Cook Book, 1972; Bucks Cooks: The Artists’ County, 1950; Farm Journal’s Best-Ever Recipes, 1977; Louise’s Florida Cook Book, 1968; Julia Child’s Kitchen, 1978; Best of Taste: Finest Food of Fifteen Nations, SACLANT-NATO, 1957; Cuisine of Armenia, 1974; Charleston Receipts, 1950; Cooking in the Hole, 1979; Helen Corbitt’s Greenhouse Cookbook, 1979; Collection of Soups, 1995; English Provincial Cooking, 198; Taste of Jackson Hole, 1991; Prize Winning Kosher Recipes from Jewish Examiner, 1955; Pacific Coast Seafood Chef, 1953; Child Life Cook Book, 1926, 1929; Elsie Lee’s Book of Simple Gourmet Cookery, 1971; Les Diners de Gala by Salvador Dali, 1973; Out of Alaska’s Kitchens, 1948; American Cook Book, F. L. Gillette, 1887; Daily News Cook Book, 1896; Merry Mixer Cook Book: Successful Methods and Recipes for Beginners, 1937, Cleveland Plain Dealer; Jell-O Girl in Norway, Three-Fold Recipe Card No. 12, ca. 1920; Plaza Cookbook, 1972; Out of Old Nova Scotia Kitchens, 1971; Chef’s New Secret Cookbook, 1975; Chef’s Secret Cook Book, 1962; Daily News Cook Book, 1896, First Edition, First Printing; Fanny Hill’s Cook Book, 1971, First Edition, First Printing; Anderson House Cookbook, 1986; Tasha Tudor’s Cookbook, 1993; New Orleans Restaurant Cookbook, 1967; June Crosby’s San Diego Fare, 1972; Brennan’s New Orleans Cookbook, 1964; Daily News Cook Book, 1896, First Edition, First Printing; “Queen” Cookery Books. No. 2. Ices, 19 2; Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners, 1913, 1915; Fruit and Flower Mission Cook Book, 1930; New Orleans Drinks and How to Mix Them, 1973; New Practical Housekeeping, 1890; Jell-O Girl in Norway, Three-Fold Recipe Card No. 12, 1920; How It Is Done, McDonald Tea Room, Gallatin, Missouri; Edgewater Beach Hotel Salad Book, 1926; Gold Cook Book, 1948; Gourmet Cookbook, 2004; Epicure’s Delight, 1944; 100 Salads, 1924; La Cuisine Cajun, 1986; Buffet on the Bayou, 1993, 1998; Westport Heritage Cookbook, 1978; Kudeti Book of Yoruba Cookery, 1934,1987; Candy Calendar, 1927, Woman’s World Magazine; Good Cook . . .Ten Talents, 1968, Natu; al Foods Cookbook and Complete Health Manual; Mountain Measures: A Collection of West Virginia Recipes; Vermont Maple Syrup Cook Book, 1966, 1974; Chef’s Holiday, 1952; Ho’ ono: Gathering of Recipes from the Hyatt Family, Hyatt Regency Waikiki, 1997; Mapie, Countess de Toulouse-Lautrec, La Cuisine de France, Modern French Cookbook, 1964; Little Mother’s Cook Book, 1952; Talk About Good! Le Livre de la Cuisine de Lafayette, 1968; Sunny South and Golden West Cook Book, 1932; How I Cook It by Virginia McDonald, 1949; New Moosewood Cookbook, 1977, 1992, 2000; Latest Edition of the Original Merry Mixer, Schenley, 1936; Home Helps: A Pure Food Cook Book, 1910; River Run Cookbook: Southern Comfort from Vermont, 2001.

More VintageCookbook.com News: In Vintage Cookbook’s rare bartender’s book department: 300 Ways to Mix Drinks, 1945; Davai: Russian Standard Cocktail Experience; “Cheerio!” A Book of Punches & Cocktails How to Mix Them. 1928 Reprint. By Charles formerly of Delmonico’s; Caribbean Rum Book, 1985, 1993; Recipes for the Bartender, “21” Brands;] Burke’s Complete Cocktail and Tastybite Recipes, 1936, 1944; Playboy’s New Host & Bar Book, 1971;  La Margarita, 1966; Seagram’s V.O. Advertisement, 1964; Cocktail and Wine Digest, Barmen’s Bible, 1943, 1976; Manual on Cordials, 1959, Third Edition, Revised, Leroux & Co.; 100 Famous Cocktails is Collaboration with Oscar of the Waldorf, 1934, 1937; Ararat Cocktail, 1939; Mary’s Recipes, 2000;  Okolemaluna (Bottoms Up!) The Amateur Bartender’s Hawaiian Friend, 1969; Booze Book, 1967; Burke’s Complete Cocktail Recipes, 1942; Crosby Gaige’s Cocktail Guide and Ladies Companion, 1941, 1949; Old Mr. Boston First Edition Third Printing, 1936; Puerto Rican Rum Host and Hostess Book, 1956, Rums of Puerto Rico, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico; Cordial Cookery by Hiram Walker, 1954; Art of Mixing Drinks Legend of Liqueurs, Wines and Spirits, 1938; Art of Mixing Drinks Legend of Liqueurs, Wines and Spirits, 1938; Esquire Culinary Companion , 1959, First Edition, First Printing; Old Mr. Boston, 1935, First Edition, Second Printing; Drink-Up Plastic Coated Playing Cards; Legend of Liqueurs, Wines and Spirits, 1;935, 1961; Stork Club Bar Book, Lucius Beebe, 1946, First, First! Gift Edition, Numbered Copy 19 of 46; Bartender’s Guide and Song Book, 1930; Quiet Drinking: A Book of Beer, Wines & Cocktails and What to Serve with Them, 1933, Virginia Elliott, Revised or “Repeal” Edition; Standard Cocktail Guide, 1944; Quiet Drinking: A Book of Beer, Wines & Cocktails and What to Serve with Them, 1933, Virginia Elliott, Revised or “Repeal” Edition; Pool Bar Jim’s Famous Frozen Drinks, 1979; Old-Time Recipes for Home Made Wines, 1909, 1922; My Life with Wine, 1; 972; Tom and Jerry’s Bartender’s Guide How to Mix Drinks, 1943; Compleat Martini Cook Book, 1957; Gordon’s Cocktail & Food Recipes, 1934; Old Crow Collection of Great Bourbon Drink Recipes, 1960; T G I Friday’s Drink Recipes, June, 1992; Amateur Bartenders, 1973; Irwin S. Cobb’s Own Recipe Book, 1934; How To Make Booze at Home, 1969; Esquire Refresher on Wines, Spirits, and Beer, 1949, Esquire Magazine; How to Mix “It” with Roxo, The Aristocrat of Mixers, 1934; Old Mr. Boston, 1935, First Edition, First Printing; Chico Presents Ronrico’s Official Mixtro’s Guide, 1954; Cocktails, 1965; Martini Diaries, 1997; Cocktails and Mixed Drinks, 1967; Recipes for Mixed Drinks, Bellows & Company, 1948; Classic Cocktails Postcards, 2001; Latest Edition of the Original Merry Mixer, Schenley, 1936; Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails: Fine Cocktails Made Easy, Compliments of National Distillers Products Corporation; Art of the Cocktail, 1992; 1960s California Wine Advisory Board Pamphlets; Cointreau Secrets of Flaming Desserts; Here’s How . . . to Pass Your “Bar” Exam, Seagram’s 1941; Tia Maria: Jamaica’s Legendary Liqueur Cook Book, 1970, First Edition, First Printing; Cocktails: How to Mix Them 1922; 3 Bottle Bar, 1943, First Edition.

We have another new category! Antique baking books. Right now we’ve added books like Good Bread How to Make It, Nellie Duling Gans, Chicago Cooking College;y’s Favorite Recipes, 1937;  Baking Book. General Foods Cooking School of the Air . . . 1932; Complete Candy Making Course, 1931; Pies and Pasties Cookbook, 1984;  Complete Candy Making Course, Candy Manual Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4, 1931; Ornamental Confectionery and The Art of Baking, 1893; Master Baker’s Manual, 1930; Choice Candy Recipes, 1930, Lucy G. Allen; Betty Bun’s Book of Baking Magic, 1986; Favorite Torte and Cake Recipes, 1951; Mastering the Art of French Cooking, Volume Two. Mint Condition; Book Wood Cover, Culinary Arts Press, 1939; Simple But Effective Cake Decorating, 1925, 1939; Aunt Chick’s Pies, Tarts, Ravioli, Cookies, Doughnuts; Fannie Farmer Baking Book, 1984; Candy Calendar, 1927, Woman’s World Magazine; Betty Crocker Baking for Today, 2005; Betty Crocker Cook Book of All-Purpose Baking Pillsbury’s Best 100 Recipes Bake-Off Collection; Betty Crocker’s Bisquick Cook Book. More to come!

Yet another new category, started just for the holidays and Christmas. Kitchen Kitsch! So far, we have a wonderful vintage wooden bird cage, a chubby chef cutting board, a vintage metal man cookbook holder, and a spectacular vintage metal coffee sign. With more to come!

Still More VintageCookbook.com News: Many antique, historic and vintage cookbooks added, including: Mary Elizabeth’s War Time Recipes, 1918; Chef, 1910;  a “Continental Pastry Shop and Tea Room; Cook Book for All Occasions; Food for Family, Company and Crowd, DeBoth, 1938; Tabitha Cook Book, 1925; Good Bread How to Make It, Nellie Duling Gans, Chicago Cooking College; Kitchen and the Cotton Patch: True first edition, first printing, 1948; Kudeti Book of Yoruba Cookery, 1934,1987; Dinner at Omar Khayyam’s, 1949; Jewish Cookery, 1949, 1953; Bull Cook Authentic Historical Recipes Practices, Volumes I, II, and III; “Cheerio!” A Book of Punches & Cocktails How to Mix Them. 1928 Reprint. By Charles formerly of Delmonico’s; Paper Bag Cook Book, New York Sunday American;  Creole Cook Book, 1901, 1916; Cooking LeeWays, 1980; Joy of Cooking, 1946, with dust jacket; Twentieth Century Club Cook Book, 1896-1936, Oshkosh, Wisconsin; La Cuisine Francaise or French Cooking for Every Home, 1896; Treasured Armenian Recipes, 1949, 1989; Black Family Reunion Cookbook: Recipes and Food Memories, National Council of Negro Women, 1993; Paris Cuisine, 1952, 1956, James A. Beard and Alexander Watt, Mint Condition with Dust Jacket; Martha Dixon’s Copper Kettle Cook Book, 1963; Palm Beach Cook Book, 1968; Celebrated Oyster House Cookbook, 1985; Key West Cook Book, 1949; Coastal Carolina Cooking, 1958; New Orleans Carnival Cook Book, 1951; Gleaners Favorite Recipes, 1965; 80/20 Cook Book, 1928, First Edition, First Printing;  Maren’s Pine Tavern Menus and Recipes, 1959, Bend, Oregon; Book of Famous Old New Orleans Recipes Used in the South for more than 200 Years. Nearly Mint with Glassine Dust Jacket; Ruth’s Favorite Recipes, Holbrook House, Chicago, First Edition, Signed; Favorite Recipes from Famous People, 1950, Alexandria, Louisiana and Jackson County, North Carolina;  Favorite Recipes of Famous People, 1936, Felix Mendelsohn; Colony: Portrait of A Restaurant–And its Famous Recipes, 1945; Creole Feast 15 Master Chefs of New Orleans Reveal Their Secrets,1978; Colony: Portrait of A Restaurant–And its Famous Recipes, 1945; Museum of Modern Art Artists’ Cookbook: Conversations with Thirty Contemporary Painters and Sculptors, 1977; Leone’s Italian Cookbook, 1967;  Wiedemann’s Book of Unusual Recipes: Compiled from the Files of Famous Chefs, 1950; Mrs. Rowe’s Restaurant Cookbook: A Lifetime of Recipes from the Shenandoah Valley, 2006;  200 Years of Charleston Cooking, 1930, 1934; Old Vanity Fair Tea Room Recipes Gathered from Far and Near, 1927; Celebrity Cookbook: Recipes of Famous Personalities, 1971; Good Maine Food, Marjorie Mosser, 1939; Mama Mia Italian Cookbook, 1955, No Dust Jacket; Mrs. Rorer’s Home Candy Making, 1911, Mrs. S T Rorer, First Edition, First Printing; Pies, Pastries, Puddings and Sweets, 1900, Madame F. Nietlispach. First Edition, First Printing;  Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners, 1913 Cooking and Castle Building, Emma P. Ewing, 1880; Ebony Cookbook, 1962, 1973, Originally A Date with a Dish, Freda De Knight, 1948; Cook Book of Choice Luncheons, 1942, Unit Number Two, Pilgrim Congregational Church, Birmingham, Alabama; WNAX Presents Your Neighbor Lady Book, 1953; Cook-In; Leone’s Italian Cookbook, 1967; Greektown Chicago Its History;  2005; Picayune Creole Cook Book, 1947; Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans, 1948, 1975; Marigold Cook Book, 1938, First Edition, First Printing; Fashions in Foods in Beverly Hills. 1931;  (Bottoms Up!) The Amateur Bartender’s Hawaiian Friend, 1969; Booze Book, 1967; Famous Recipes by Famous People, 1940;  300 Ways to Mix Drinks, 1945Alice B. Toklas Cook Book, 1954; Key West Cook Book, 1949; Settlement Cook Book, 1951; Mary Lyles Wilson’s New Cook Book, 1914, 1952; How to Cook a Wolf, 1942, 1944, with Dust Jacket; How to Cook Well, 1946; Some Favorite Southern Recipes of The Duchess of Windsor, 1942; of Famous Old New Orleans Recipes Used in the South for more than 200 Years; Harmony Circle Cook Book, 1902; Boston School Kitchen Text-Book, 1887, 1913; Catering for Special Occasions, 1911; Colony: Portrait of A Restaurant–And its Famous Recipes, 1946; Selected Lazarus Restaurant Recipes, 1981; Vachon’s Economical Soups and Entrees, 1903; Mrs. Curtis’s Cook Book, 1909, First Edition; Kitchen Magic on Nantucket: Recipes from the Sconset Cafe, 1987; Ou Est Le Garlic: French Cooking in 50 Lessons, 1977; Eva Davis’ Mississippi Mixin’s: Southern Cooking at its delicious best, Early 1950s; Key West Celebrity Cookbook, 1991; Princesses Cook Book, 1936, first American edition; Philadelphia Main Line Classics, 1982; Mrs. Rorer’s Home Candy Making, 1989; Green Mountain White Ribbon Cook Book, c 1895; Winston Cook Book, 1913; Candies and Bonbons and How to Make Them, 1913; Sourdough Jack’s Cookery, Authentic Sourdough Cookery, 1959, 1969; Purity Cook Book, 1937; Cooking for the Epicure, 1960; “Texas” “Country” Girl Recipe Collection, 2000; How I Cook It, 1949, Virginia McDonald; Black Gourmet, 1984, Joseph Stafford; Famous Sportmen’s Recipes, 1940, Jessie Marie DeBoth; Wenzel’s Menu Maker, First Edition, Fifth Printing, 1972; American Women’s Voluntary Services Cook Book, 1942;  Betty Bun’s Book of Baking Magic, 1986; Soul Food Cookery, 1968; Cooking in Old Creole Days, 1903, 1928; Farm Journal’s Best-Ever Recipes, 1977, First Edition, First Printing; Berkeley Women’s City Club Recipes, 1934; Good Housekeeping Everyday Cook Book, 1903; Salad Book or 500 Delicious Salads, 1941, Culinary Arts Institute, Three Mountaineers;  Hotel Cook Book, 1938, 1978; Recipes from the East; Thimble Club presents its Choice Collection of Cherished Recipes, 1937; Good Maine Food, 1939, 1947; Nine Hundred Successful Recipes, 1923, First Edition, Lulu Thompson Silvernail; Candy Hits by ZaSu Pitts, 1963; Book of Salads, 1926, 1965, Arnold Shircliffe; Nancy’s Belles Cook Book, 1938. For the Benefit of the Carillon Fund. First Edition, First Printing; Cross Creek Cookery, First Edition, First Printing, 1942; Congressional Club Recipes, 1947, First Edition, First Printing; Country Kitchen, Della T. Lutes, 1936, First Edition, 1938 Printing; Puerto Rican Cookery, 1975, 2008; What One Can Do with a Chafing Dish, 188; 9, 1890; Pot-luck 33,000 United Way, 1993; Recipes from Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea, Marion Harland, 1875; Feeding the Lions: An Algonquin Cookbook, 1942; Miss Louise, 1978, Louise S. McGehee School, New Orleans; Hollywood Glamour Cook Book by Mariposa, 1940; Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book, 1883, 1895; Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book, 1884, 1893; San Francisco Cookbook, 1979; How to Cook a Wolf, 1942, 1946, M.F.K. Fisher; Coastal Cookery, 1937, 1965, St. Simon’s Island, Georgia; Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Cookbook, 1942, 1960; From Mr. Bingle’s Kitchen, 1987; Fun with Food, ca. 1960; 500 Recipes and Food Facts Tested and Approved New York Herald Tribune Institute; Spirit of the Hill: Reminiscences & Recipes from the Ninth Street Neighborhood, 1996, Lafayette, Indiana; Elegant Entertaining Along St. Charles Avenue, 1994, 1999; E Pluribus Onion: Collection of Recipes the Latin School of Chicago, 1976. First Edition, First Printing; Book or 500 Delicious Salads, 1941; Coastal Cuisine Texas Style, 1993, 1994; Authentic La Posta Cook Book, 1971, Mesilla, New Mexico; Tony Chachere’s Cajun Country Cookbook, 1972; Columbia Club Men’s Cookbook, No Date, Indianapolis, Indiana; Mrs. Rorer’s Home Candy Making, 1989, 1911; American Gentleman’s Companion, 1951; Wenzel’s Menu Maker, Second Edition, 1979: Easy-To-Cook Book for Beginners 7 and Over, 1967;  Eat It: A Cookbook by Dana Crumb, Art by R. Crumb, 1972; Favorite Recipes of the Nebraska Czechs, 1968; Buster Holmes Restaurant Cookbook: New Orleans Handmade Cooking, 1983; Stork Club Bar Book, Lucius Beebe, 1946, First, First! Gift Edition, Numbered Copy 19 of 46; Gun Club Cook Book, 1930, 1939, or a Culinary Code for Appreciative Epicures, by Charles Browne, with illustrations by Leonard Holton; Savannah Cook Book, 1933, First Edition, Presumed First Printing; Artists’ and Writers’ Cookbook, 1961, First/First, Foreward by Alice B. Toklas; Brown Derby Cook Book, 1949, 1952, Leather Bound Edition; Mama Mia Italian Cookbook, 1955, First Edition, First Printing; Book of the Camp Fire Girls, 1938, 1944, An Art Deco Masterpiece; Mama Mia Italian Cookbook, 1955, First Edition, First Printing; America Cooks, 1967: General Federation of Women’s Clubs Cook Book; Let’s Start to Cook, Farm Journal’s Junior Cookbook, 1966, Stated First Edition, First Printing; Fun to Cook Book, 1955, Carnation; All About Home Baking, 1933, 1937; New Orleans Recipes, Mary Moore Bremer, 1932, 1968; Single Girl’s Cookbook by Helen Gurley Brown, 1969; Ralph & Kacoo, A Taste of Louisiana from the Ralph and Kacoo Restaurants; ’21’ Cookbook, 1995, First Edition Pearl’s Kitchen First Edition! Signed by Pearl Bailey! 1973; Brown Derby Cook Book, 1949, 1952, Leather Bound Edition; Book of the Camp Fire Girls, 1938, 1944, An Art Deco Masterpiece; Doomed Rabbit: Recipes from the Kitchens of Leather Folk and Friends, 1994; Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans, 1948, 1961; Jolie Gabor’s Family Cookbook, 1962; Bagels, Blintzes and Borscht, 1975; Gourmet of the Delta, First Edition, First Printing, 1958; Burke’s Complete Cocktail Drinking Recipes, 1936; Anna’s Cookbook,1978; Southern Cooking, 1928, 1941; River Road Recipes, 1959; Paris Bistro Cookery, 1958 Cook Book for a Bride, 1932; Teen-Time Cooking with Carnation Evaporated Milk, 1959; Teena in the Kitchen with Her Friends’ Best Recipes, 1964; What to Cook for Company, 1952; Out of Vermont Kitchens, 1939, 1951; An American Cook in Turkey, 1961, 1962; Fruit Recipes, 1907; Little Cook Book for Little Girl, 1905; Martha Washington Log Cabin Cook Book, 1924; “Fit for a King:” The Merle Armitage Book of Food, 1939; Ogilvie’s Book for a Cook, 1914;  Fine Old Time Recipes, 1927, Woman’s World; Williamsburg Art of Cookery, 1938, 1955; Alice’s Restaurant Cookbook, 1969; Acadian Bi-Centennial, 1955; My Life with Wine, 1972; Kitchen Guide, ca 1920s; Recipes for a Small Planet, 1973; New Orleans Cookbook, Collins, 1975. First/ First, Signed by Authors; Mama Mia Italian Cookbook, 1955, First/First; Frances Virginia Tea Room Cookbook, 1981;  Canape Book, 1934; Tenth Muse: An Unconventional Cookery Book of Recipes, 1954, 1962; British Bouquet: An Epicurean Tour of Britain, 1963; African Cookbook, 1970; Fat Cat’s Cookbook for Cooking and Coloring, 1971; Brennan’s New Orleans Cookbook, 1964; Good Maine Food, Marjorie Mosser, 1939, First Edition, 1944 Printing; Colette’s Best Recipes: Book of French Cookery, 1923; Edna Lewis, In Pursuit of Flavor, 1988, First Edition, First Printing;  15 Antoinette Pope School of Fancy Cookery Lessons; Prudence Penny Binding of the American Woman’s Cook Book, 1957; Every-Day Cook-Book, 1892, Miss E. Neil; Compleat Martini Cook Book, 1957; With a Jug of Wine, 1949; What to Have for Dinner, Fannie Farmer, 1905; Williamsburg Art of Cookery, 1938, 1955; Book of Famous Old New Orleans Recipes Used in the South for more than 200 Years; More Recipes With a Jug of Wine, 1956; Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book, 1883, 1895; Famous Recipes by Famous People, 1936; Nathan’s Famous Hot Dog Cookbook, 1968; Savannah Cook Book, 1933, 1960, Unrevised First Edition, 1963 Printing; Hood’s Practical Cook’s Book, 1897; Mangiamo (Let’s Eat!), 1970, Pristine First Edition, Signed by Sylvia Sabastiani; River Road Recipes, 1959; Secrets of Cuban Entertaining: A Menu Cookbook, 1981; Hundred Recipes from the Old South, 1938; Our Man in the Kitchen, 1964; Artists’ and Writers’ Cookbook, 1961, First/First, Foreward by Alice B. Toklas; Date Bait: The Younger Set’s Picture Cook Book, 1952; Mexican Cookbook, Fergusson, 1934, 1940, 1945; Bohemian San Francisco, First Edition, First Printing, 1914; International Cook Book, Filippini, 1906, 1911; Quiet Drinking: A Book of Beer, Wines & Cocktails and What to Serve with Them, 1933, Virginia Elliott, Revised or “Repeal” Edition; Delmar’s Delights: Seafood Recipes from the Delmar Restaurant, 1978; Marblehead Cooks, 1989, Selected Recipes from Tower School; Marcella’s Italian Kitchen, Marcella Hazan, 1986, First Edition; Fine Old Dixie Recipes, 1965, 1967; Betty Crocker’s Dinner for Two, 1958; Betty Crocker’s Cooky Book, 1963; Sourdough Jack’s Cookery And Other Things; Ship’s Cook and Baker, 1944; Girls & Boys Easy-to-Cook Book, 1967; Husband’s Cookbook, Mike McGrady, 1979; More Recipes from a Jug of Nine, 1956; Blueberry Hill Cookbook, Elsie Masterton, 1959, First Edition, First Printing; Blue Ribbon and Pure Gold Cook Book, 1905; Italian Bouquet: Epicurean Tour of Italy, First Edition, 1958, 1973; Children’s Party Book, 1935; Monet’s Table: Cooking Journals of Claude Monet, 1989; Wolf in Chef’s Clothing, 1950, 1954;   Way to Cook, Julia Child, 1989; Gebhardt’s Mexican Cookery for American Homes, 1932; Irwin S. Cobb’s Own Recipe Book, 1934; Commander’s Wild Side, 2008; Audubon Plantation Country Cookbook, 1988, 2004; American Woman’s Cook Book, 1910; Les Diners de Gala by Salvador Dali, 1973; Betty Crocker’s Kitchen Gardens, 1971; Jambalaya: 15th Anniversary Edition, 1983; Cooking with Casseroles, a Sunset Book, 1958; My Candy Secrets, 1919; Como Stories, Edition One, 2013, Number One; Simply Simpatico, 1981; Southern Cooking, Mrs. S. R. Dull, 1928, 1941, 1968; Gitty’s Exotic Cooker, 1978; Epicurean, 1894, 1920; Giant Cook Book, 1983, First Edition, First Printing; Voila! Lafayette Centennial Cookbook 1884-1984; Rheingold Recipes: A Cook Book of Quality, 1912; Dom DeLuise’s Eat This . . . It’ll Make You Feel Better, 1988; 365 Luncheon Dishes, 1902; Gourmet’s Gamble, 1962; Restaurants of New Orleans, 1990; Pyromaniac’s Cookbook,1968; Inglenook Cook Book, 1901, 1910;  Rheingold Recipes: A Cook Book of Quality, 1912; Best of South Louisiana Cooking, 1983;  Dine at Home with Rector, 1937; Paul Naquin’s French Collection Cookbook, 1978; French Acadian Cooking in the Louisiana Bayou Country, 1995; Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea, Marion Harland, 1875; Famous Recipes from Old Virginia, 1941, Beautifully Illustrated by Margaret Dashiel; New Hood Cook Book, 1941; Fancy Pantry: Elegant Edibles, Helen Witty, 1986; Teacher in Space Cookbook: Touching the Future, 1986; Sunday Night Suppers, 1907; Brushy Bayou Recipes, 1978; Corn Cook Book, War Edition, 1918; Rhymed Receipts for Any Occasion, 1912; United States Regional Cookbook, Prudence Penny Edition, San Francisco Examiner, 1956; A Dame’s Cookbook, 1973; Edgewater Beach Hotel Salad Book, 1926, 1928; Food and How to Cook It, 1928; Cook Book: Memories and Traditional Receipts from Deep South, 1989; Mrs. Rorer’s New Cook Book: A Manual of Housekeeping, 1902; New Orleans Creole Recipes, 1932; How to Cook Reagan’s Goose, 1984; New Cookery Book, Tenth Edition, 1870s, Anne Bowman; Encore! Cookbook of Favorite Dishes of Worlds Most Famous Musicians, 1958, 1974; Inglenook Cook Book, 1901, 1910; Town Crier Baking Guide, Midland Flour Milling Co.; Calorie Cook Book; French Laundry Cookbook, 1999; Have Cookbook Will Marry, 1957; Encyclopedia of Cooking, 1958; Cooking in Switzerland, 1984; Hillsborough Entertains Concours d’Elegance Cookbook, 1986; Art of Cookery, Leather, 1938, 1947; Chef’s Book of Formulas, Yields, and Sizes, 1996; Betty Crocker’s Kitchen Gardens, 1971; Sunset Cook Book of Desserts, 1963; Emily Dickinson: Profile of the Poet as Cook with Selected Recipes, 1976; Balthazar Cookbook, 2003; Flavors of the Caribbean & Latin America, 1978; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book, 1950, First Edition, First Printing, Limited Special Edition; Ark Restaurant: Cuisine of the Pacific Northwest, 1983; Bucks Cooks: The Artists’ County, 1950; Farm Journal’s Best-Ever Recipes, 1977; Everything Cookbook, 1970; Christmas in November Recipes, 2002; Louise’s Florida Cook Book, 1968, 1978; Modern Mixes for Bakers, 1914; Julia Child’s Kitchen, 1978; Best of Taste: Finest Food of Fifteen Nations, SACLANT-NATO, 1957; Cuisine of Armenia, 1974; Judith Huxley’s Table for Eight, 1984; Cooking in the Hole, 1979; Collection of Soups, 1995; English Provincial Cooking, 1980; Taste of Jackson Hole, 1991; Selected High Altitude Recipes: Tested in the Solitaire Kitchen, 1937, 1947; Helen Corbitt’s Greenhouse Cookbook, 1979; Prize Winning Kosher Recipes from Jewish Examiner, 1955; Child Life Cook Book, 1926, 1929;  Jackson Hole a la Carte, 1968; Gourmet Cookbook, 2004; Epicure’s Delight, 1944; 100 Salads, 1924; La Cuisine Cajun, 1986; Healthy Peasant Gourmet, 1983;  Buffet on the Bayou, 1993, 1998; Mrs. C.S. Peel’s Cook-Books Puddings and Sweets, 1905; Westport Heritage Cookbook, 1978; Candy Calendar, 1927, Woman’s World Magazine; Alfred Lunt’s Cookbook; Good Cook . . .Ten Talents, 1968; Mrs. Porter’s Cook-Book and Housekeepers’ Companion, 1891, 1974; “Dame Curtsey’s” Book of Recipes, 1909; Golden Heritage Cookbook, 1973: A La Rector, George Rector, 1933; Mountain Measures: A Collection of West Virginia Recipes, Junior League of Charleston, 1974; North End Club Cook Book, 1905; Children’s Party Book, 1923; Good Housekeeping Woman’s Home Cook Book, 1909; Vermont Maple Syrup Cook Book, 1966, 1974; Chef’s Holiday, 1952; Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners, 1915; North Carolina and Old Salem Cookery, 1955; Ho’ ono: Gathering of Recipes from the Hyatt Family, Hyatt Regency Waikiki, 1997; Ryzon Baking Book, 1916; Tampa Treasures Cookbook, 1992; Mapie, Countess de Toulouse-Lautrec, La Cuisine de France, Modern French Cookbook, 1964; Cajun Cooking, 1987; Little Mother’s Cook Book, 1952; What’s Cooking: First 14 Issues of 1982 Magazine in Mint Condition Binder; Talk About Good! Le Livre de la Cuisine de Lafayette, 1968; Edgewater Beach Hotel Book Salads, First Edition, 1926; Sunny South and Golden West Cook Book, 1932; How I Cook It by Virginia McDonald, 1949; Treasured Alabama Recipes: A Southern Favorite for Many Years, 1967; Lorain Cooking, American Stove Company; New Moosewood Cookbook, 1977, 1992, 2000; Recipe Collection Gamble House, 1987; Best in American Cooking, 1970; Best of Bridge: Royal Treats for Entertaining; Home Helps: A Pure Food Cook Book, 1910; Calorie Cook Book, 1923; Chef Gregory Cookbook, 1972; Golfer’s Cookbook, 1977; River Run Cookbook: Southern Comfort from Vermont, 2001; La Cuisine Creole: Collection of Culinary Recipes, 1885, 1966 Reproduction; Southern Cook Book: 250 Fine Old Recipes, 1987; These Guys are Good: Senior Tour Wives Cookbook, 2002; Bahamian Cook Book, 1936, 1976; Nancy Drew Cookbook, 1973; Mangia! Mangia! Cookbook: Classic Italian by Giusy Gallo; Ford Times Cookbook, 1974; Big Boy Barbecue Book, 1956, 1963; Tumbleweed Gourmet, 1987; 1969; Bachelor and Chafing Dish, 1895; Delineator Recipes, Butterick Publishing Company, 1929; Back to Square One: Old-World Food in a New-World Kitchen; Chestnut Cookbook, 2000; Teen Cuisine, 1969; Pot of Gold: Prize-Winning Recipes, 1953; To the Queen’s Taste, 1937; Margaret Powell’s Cookery Book, 1970, 2012; Rumford Complete Cookbook Revised, 1938; High Bonnet, 1945, Idwal Jones; National Cowboy Hall of Fame Chuck Wagon Cookbook: Authentic Recipes from the Ranch and the Range, 1995; Cooking, Menus, Service, Ida Bailey Allen, 1924, 1932; Food for Thought, 1978; Mary Frances Sewing Book: Adventures Among the Thimble People, 1913; Sherlock Holmes Cookbook, 1976; Fabulous Fondues, 1970; Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, 1932 – 1982; Mrs. Ma’s Chinese Cookbook; Thanksgiving Dinner, 1990; Rainbow Farm Cookbook, 1973; Kitchen Fun, 1932; Home Book of Portuguese Cookery, 1974; Cuisine a Latina: Fresh Tastes and a World of Flavors from Michy’s Miami Kitchen, 2008; Gold Cook Book, 1948, Master Chef Louis P. De Gouy; Charles Dickens Cookbook, 1981; Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea, Marion Harland, 1875; Little House Cookbook, 1979; My Learn-to-Cook Book, Ursula Sedgwick, 1967; Watkins Salad Book, J. R. Watkins Co., 1946; Columbia Restaurant Spanish Cookbook, 1995; Jell-O Girl in Norway, Three-Fold Recipe Card No. 12, 1920; Smorgasbord Cookbook, 1949; Edgewater Beach Hotel Salad Book, 1926; Book of Reliable Recipes, First Parish of Weston, Massachusetts, 1910; All Manner of Food, Michael Field, 1970; Daily News Cook Book, 1896, First Edition, First Printing; My Learn Cook Book, 1967; Bounty of the Earth Cookbook, 1979; Miss B.’s First Cookbook, 1950; Anderson House Cookbook, 1986; Tasha Tudor’s Cookbook, 1993; Welcome Stranger: Fine and Unusual Recipes; My First Cook Book: A Life-Sized Guide to Making Fun Things to Eat, 1989; San Francisco Flavors: Favorite Recipes from the Junior League of San Francisco, 1999; From Our Greek Kitchens, 1981; New Milwaukee Cook Book, 1938, 1982; From Our House to Yours, 1980; American Wines & Wine-Making, 1969; Hungarian Cookbook, 1972; Julie & Julia, 2005; Thousand Recipe Chinese Cookbook, ; 1981; Tea Time with the Madison Herb Society; With Bold Knife and Fork, 1968; New York Entertains, 1974; Southern Junior League Cookbook, 1977, 1981; Rachel Carson, Fish and Shellfish of the Middle Atlantic Coast, 1945; James Beard Cookbook, 1959, 1961; Cook’s Book, 1908, K. C. Baking Powder, Jacques Mfg. Co ; Best of Taste: Finest Food of Fifteen Nations, SACLANT-NATO, 1957; Ball Blue Book, 1934, Edition R; Miner 49er Cookbook, 1970; Beaches Historical Cookbook, 1982.

We’ve been updating Vintage Cookbook’s vintage comprehensive cookbooks, including Cooking for American Homemakers, 1968; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book, 1950; America Cooks, 1967; New Doubleday Cookbook, 1985, Mint Condition with Good Dust Jacket; Household Searchlight Recipe Book, 1955; Pillsbury Kitchen’s Family Cookbook, 1979, Binder; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1942 Wartime Postscript; General Foods Kitchens Cookbook, 1959, First Edition, First Printing; Farm Journal’s Best-Ever Recipes, 1977; Joy of Cooking, 1964, Cookbook and Dust Jacket in Pristine Condition, First Edition, Later Printing; 1953 Joy of Cooking in Nearly Mint Condition;  Joy of Cooking, 1964, Cookbook and Dust Jacket in Pristine Condition; Meta Given’s Modern Encyclopedia Cooking, 1947, 1953, Complete in One Volume; Good Housekeeping Cook Book, 1944; Good Housekeeping Cook Book, 1942, 1944;  Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1978; New American Cook Book, Lily Wallace, 1941, First, First; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book, 1951; Betty Crocker’s 40th Anniversary Cookbook, 1991 Betty Crocker’s Cookbook 1969, 1978; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook 1969, 1978; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1969, 1972; Fannie Farmer Baking Book, 1984; Settlement Cook Book, 1934, 1976 Edition, in Mint Condition with Dust Jacket; New Settlement Cook Book, 1991, Revised and Updated; Complete Step-By-Step Cook Book. Better Homes and Gardens. 1978; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 2000, Everything You Need to Know to Cook Today; Fannie Farmer Cookbook, Twelfth Edition, 1980, with Dust Jacket; Betty Crocker’s Pie and Pastry Cookbook, 1968; Fannie Farmer Baking Book, 1984; Purity Cook Book, 1932, 1945; Settlement Cook Book, 1951; American Woman’s Cook Book, 1972; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book Revised; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1947; All New Purity Cook Book, 2001; Fannie Farmer Cookbook, Pristine 11th Edition, with Dust Jacket; Gold Cook Book, 1947; Good Housekeeping Cook Book, 1942, 1944; Pillsbury Cookbook, 1989;  Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library, 1971, Pristine Condition; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book Souvenir Edition, 1965; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book Souvenir Edition, 1965; American Woman’s Cook Book, 1944, Immaculate Vintage Condition; Woman’s World Cook Book, 1961; 1944 Good Housekeeping Cook Book, As-If-New Condition; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book Revised, 1956; Good Housekeeping’s Meals Tested, Tasted, Approved, 1930; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1955, Mint ; American Woman’s Cook Book, 1944, Immaculate Vintage Condition; Good Housekeeping Cook Book, 1949, Cook’s Copy; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book, 1956, Revised Edition, Stated First Printing; 1973 Good Housekeeping Cookbook; 1980 Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook in White Leatherette, Bride’s Edition! Never Used! with Book Sleeve!; Good Housekeeping Step by Step Cookbook, 1997; McCall’s Cooking School: Step-by-Step Directions for Mistake-Proof Recipes, 1984; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book MINT! 1953; NEW Fannie Farmer Boston Cooking-School Cook Book, 1951; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book, Revised, Text Edition; Settlement Cook Book, 1945; Betty Crocker’s Step-by-Step Recipes, 1976; Pillsbury Family Cook Book 1963; Watkins Cook Book, 1938; New Pillsbury Family Cookbook, 1973, 1975, Hard Cover, MINT; Betty Crocker Cookbook, New Hood Cook Book, 1939, 1941; Pillsbury Family Cook Book, 1963, Hard Cover; Joy of Cooking, 1963, 1964; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook 1969, 1978, Hard Cover, Nearly As-If-New Condition, First edition, First Printing; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1989, Hard Cover Book; Betty Crocker’s New Picture Cook Book, Binder, Cook’s Copy; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book, 1946; Betty Crocker’s New Picture Cook Book, 1961; My Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book, 1930, 1935; Betty Crocker’s Dinner for Two Cook Book, 1958; Betty Crocker’s New Picture Cook Book, 1961, Hard Cover, First Edition, As-If-New Condition; Purity Cook Book, 1932, 1945; 1955 Good Housekeeping Cook Book in Near-Mint Condition; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook Sears Happy Holiday Edition, 1972; Betty Crocker’s Good and Easy Cook Book, 1954; Blue Ribbon and Pure Gold Cook Book, 1905; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book MINT! 1950; Good Housekeeping Cook Book, 1942, 1944; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1996; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1982; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1989; Betty Furness Westinghouse Cook Book, 1954; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook 1969, 1978; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book, Hardback, 1950; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 2010; Boston Cooking School Cook Book, 1948;  Joy of Cooking, 1964, Cookbook and Dust Jacket in Pristine Condition, First Edition, First Printing; Joy of Cooking, 1953, Near Mint Condition with Dust Jacket; Fannie Farmer Cookbook, Twelfth Edition, 1981; 1944 Good Housekeeping Cook Book; Good Housekeeping Cook Book, 1942, 1944; Betty Crocker’s New Picture Cook Book, Binder, 1961; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1969, Second Printing. Pristine Hardback! As-If-New; Settlement Cook Book, 1941, Nearly As-If-New Condition; Boston Cooking School Cook Book, Fannie Farmer, 1924; Boston Cooking School Cook Book, 1942; Fannie Farmer Cookbook 11th Edition; Gold Cook Book, 1947; Master Chef Louis P. De Gouy, First Edition, First Printing;  My Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book, 1938, 1939; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1969, Later Printing. Pristine Binder! As-If-New!; Ball Blue-Ribbon Cookbook, 1992; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1942; Ball Canning Back to Basics: A Foolproof Guide to Canning Jams, Jellies, Pickles & More, 2017; Complete Guide to Home Canning, Preserving, and Freezing, 1973; Pillsbury Kitchen’s Family Cookbook, Binder, 197; Joy of Cooking, 1946; New Hood Cook Book, 1941; New Pillsbury Family Cookbook, 1973, Binder; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1947; Joy of Cooking, 1964, Pristine Condition, First Edition, First Printing; Betty Crocker’s New Good and Easy Cookbook, 1962; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook Sears Happy Holiday Edition in Nearly As-If-New Condition, 1972; Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library, 1971; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1943 Wartime Postscript; Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook, 1967; Hershey’s 1934 Cookbook, 1971; Modern Method Preparing Delightful Foods, Ida Bailey Allen, 1929; Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book, 1941, 1945; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book Hardback, 1950, with Dust Jacket, First edition, First Printing; Joy of Cooking, 1962, 1967, As-if-New Condition; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1943 Wartime Postscript; Encyclopedia of Cooking, 1958; General Foods Kitchens Cookbook, 1959;  Joy of Cooking, 1967; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 1968; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1978; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 1953; Better Homes and Gardens De Lux, 1948; Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook, 1968; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book,1981, As-If-New Condition Hardback with dust Jacket; Joy of Cooking, 1997; Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Cooking, 1983; Whole Earth Cook Book, 1972; General Foods Kitchens Cookbook, 1959; Silver Jubilee Super Market Cook Book, 1930, 1955; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book Revised, 1956; Woman’s Day Cookbook, 1995; Gourmet Cookbook, 2004; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1968, As-If-New Condition; American Home Cook Book, 1932; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1984; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1942, First Edition, First Printing, Wartime Post Script; Pillsbury Kitchens’ Family Cookbook, 1979; Pillsbury Family Cook Book, 1963; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 2001; several versions of Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1978; New Doubleday Cookbook, 1985; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book Replica Notebook; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book Replica; Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook Revised, 1989; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 1953, Near Mint; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1981; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 1953, Near Mint; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1981; Betty Crocker’s Good and Easy Cookbook, 1996; Betty Crocker’s New Picture Cook Book, 1961; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book, 1955; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1981; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1989; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1981; Betty Crocker’s Good and Easy Cookbook, 1996, First Edition; Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book, 1944; Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book De Lux, 1949; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 1989; Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook, 1989; Good Housekeeping Illustrated Cookbook, 1980; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook 1969, 1978; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book, 1946; Pillsbury Family Cook Book, 1968, first printing; Better Homes and Gardens Golden Treasury of Cooking, 1973; Betty Crocker Baking for Today, 2005; Encyclopedia of Creative Cooking, Charlotte Turgeon, 1989, 1985; Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook, 1974, as-if-new; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1969, 1974, mint; cook’s copies of Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, both binder and hard cover; Good Housekeeping Cook Book 1942, 1944 with Dust Jacket; Good Housekeeping Menus for a Whole Year of Dinners, 1971; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1982; Good Housekeeping’s Book of Menus, Recipes, and Household Discoveries, 1922; Fannie Farmer Cookbook, 1983; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1978; New Revised Updated McCall’s Cookbook, 1984; Ladies’ Home Journal Dessert Cookbook, 1964; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook 1978; Good Housekeeping Cookbook, 1973; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book 1996, Binder Edition; Del Monte Kitchens Cookbook, 1972; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book, Hardback, 1950; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1989, Binder, Absolutely New Cookbook; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook 1978, Nearly Mint Condition, Hard Cover; Pillsbury Kitchen’s Family Cookbook, Binder, 1979; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, Binder Edition; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book, 1981, Binder Edition; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1969, Stated First Edition, First Printing; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 1953; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book Hardback, 1950; 1958; Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book, 1949; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1969, 1973; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book Souvenir Edition; Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book De Lux 1949; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 1968; Betty Crocker’s Good and Easy Cookbook, 1971; Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook, 1973, 1976; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book Revised, 1954; Fannie Farmer Cookbook, 11th Edition; Good Housekeeping Cook Book 1942, 1944 with Dust Jacket; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1969, 1976; Good Housekeeping Step by Step Cookbook, 1997; Betty Crocker’s Step-By-Step Picture Cookbook, 1975, 1983; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 1968; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book, 1946; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book, 1955; the Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book, 1951; American Home All-Purpose Cook Book, 1966; Better Homes and Gardens Golden Treasury of Cooking, 1973; Pillsbury Cookbook, 1989; Pillsbury Kitchen’s Family Cookbook; Good Housekeeping Cook Book. 1955; New Pillsbury Family Cookbook, 1973, 1975; Pillsbury’s Best 100 Recipes Bake-Off Collection; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 1981.