Magic Cocktail from Mrs. Appleyard’s Family Kitchen: A Treasury of Vermont Country Recipes: Sounds like a fairly potent cocktail, along with an interesting bit of Vermont history.
Of course we have the cookbook. See it here: https://www.vintagecookbook.com/product/mrs-appleyards-family-kitchen-1977/
Mrs. Appleyard’s Family Kitchen, 1977, First Edition, First Printing: Subtitle: A Treasury of Vermont Country Recipes. Written by Louise Andrews Kent and Polly Kent Campion. Published by Vermont Life Magazine, Montpelier, Vermont in association with Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston. Oversized hard cover book with dust jacket. 373 pages. Book is in mint condition. Dust jacket has dings.
Louise Andrews Kent was the remarkable lady from the small Vermont village of Kents Corner who for years, using the name of “”Mrs. Appleyard,” wrote the quarterly feature on food for Vermont Life Magazine. Mrs. Appleyard’s Family Kitchen is the largest and most complete of Kent’s many cookbooks. It was carefully compiled, researched and personalized by Louise Andrews Kent’s granddaughter, Polly Kent Campion. It includes over 700 recipes.