1963 Pillsbury Family Cook Book, Binder Edition: The Complete Cook Book for the Modern American Family. Published in 1963. Binder edition. A notebook, not the hard cover copy. 576 pages. Excellent vintage condition. Spine has been mended with librarian’s tape. Lots of shelf wear on the cover. Pages are clean and clear.
This is a cook’s copy, but in the best possible way. You can tell that a very active, very thorough, and very tidy cook used this cookbook for years. Nearly every page is worn at the edge, as are all the tabs. But the pages are all clean! Many extra recipes have been added.
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