Double-Quick Baked Beans from Cooking Magic: Step-by-Step Cookbooks, Culinary Arts Institute, 1950s:
Yes, we have the cookbook. See it here: Cooking Magic: Step-by-Step Cookbooks, Culinary Arts Institute, 1950s
Cooking Magic: Step-by-Step Cookbooks, Culinary Arts Institute, 1950s, “Cooking Magic” has twelve booklets in heavy cardboard binder. Written by Culinary Arts Institute, Melanie de Proft, Director. Published in Chicago, Illinois. Binder has shelf wear and is slightly soiled. Each booklet is in as-if-new condition. They average 68 pages each. The booklets in the first binder include: Ground Meat Cookbook, Scandinavian Cookbook, Cheese Cookbook, New England Cookbook, German and Viennese Cookbook, Tempting Low-Calorie Recipes, Holiday Cookbook, Casserole Cookbook, Italian Cookbook, Quick Dishes for the Woman in a Hurry, Cakes and Torts, and Elegant Desserts.
The second binder, “Fabulous Foods,” has Quick Dishes for the Woman in a Hurry; Ground Meat Cookbook, 500 Tasty Sandwiches (has some shelf wear, published in 1941,) The Casserole Cookbook, 3-way Meat Stretcher (missing its cover, published in 1943,) plus three booklets not from Culinary Arts: Stain Removal from Fabrics, a Farmers’ Bulletin from the U. S. Department of Agriculture; Cooking for Two with Menus and Recipes, 1939, from Good Housekeeping Institute; and Minute Magic with the Ekco Pressure Cooker, 1946.
Both binders for this price.