McCall’s Cook Book: The Absolutely Complete Step-by-Step Cooking and Serving Guide: GREAT cookbook! This is a stated first edition of the 1963 cookbook published by Random House. Oversized volume with 786 pp. Handy, very detailed, table of contents which allocates separate chapters for cakes, cake frosting, cake decorating, cookies, and candies and confections. It’s very easy find EXACTLY what you need! Cookbook is in mint condition, too, of course! (Your copy won’t necessarily be in this color.)
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