Vintage Advertising Cook Booklets: Vintage Cookbook’s department for rare, vintage, antique, antiquarian, and difficult-to-find advertising cook booklets, recipe pamphlets, the promotional cookbooks, recipe booklets and recipe pamphlets that came with kitchen appliances and department store give-a-ways. Cooking ephemera from the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Pamphlets that help with home canning, preserving, and freezing. These promotional cookbooks are historic!
Just in: Complete Guide to Home Canning, Preserving, and Freezing, 1973, United States Department of Agriculture; Kitchen Economy Comfort Cooking Cookbook from Malleable Range, 1907; Kerr Home Canning Book, 1941; Kerr Home Canning Book, 1948; Knox Gelatine; My Best Recipes, Mary Hale Martin; Royal Recipe Parade; Carnation Cook Book; Ball Blue Book Edition X; Ball Blue Book Edition P; Cake Secrets; Swans Down Cake Manual; Betty Crocker Cook Book of All-Purpose Baking; Betty Crocker’s Softasilk; Chiquita Banana’s Recipe Book; Good Cooking made Easy Spry; Clabber Girl; Fleischmann Treasury of Yeast Baking; Aunt Jenny’s Old-Fashioned Christmas Cookies; Baker’s Favorite Chocolate Recipes; Mary Dunbar’s Favorite Recipes; Watkins Cook Book; What Shall I Cook Today; Ghirardelli Sweet Ground Chocolate “Sweet Sixteen” Recipe Packet As-If-New Condition; The Wonderful Lunch Boxes and Hidden Treasure, the Postum Company, lithographs by Shirley Kite, Chiquita Banana’s Recipe Book, Royal Baker and Pastry Cook, Cake Secrets, The Ball Blue Book of Canning and Preserving Recipes, The Cook’s Book, KC Baking Powder, Carnation Cook Book, Mary Blake, Mary Dunbar’s Favorite Recipes, Mary Dunbar’s New Cook Book, Jewel Tea Co., Latest Cake Secrets, New “Yummy Book,” 100 Delicious Recipes Made with Marshmallow Fluff, “Miss Jell-O tells the What and How of America’s Most Famous Dessert,” Kerr Home Canning Book, Borden’s Eagle Brand Magic Recipes, Betty Crocker’s Bisquick Cook Book, Staley’s Approved Recipes, and Fleishmann Treasury of Yeast Baking.