Betty Crocker’s Cookbook 1969, 1978: Good copy of the new and revised edition of the Betty Crocker Cookbook, 1969. (In other words, this is the revised edition of the “red pie” Betty Crocker Cookbook.) This edition includes microwave tips and recipes. Copyright by General Mills, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn. Published by Golden Press, New York, Western Publishing Co. Later printing. Hard cover, 400 pages. (NOT the five-ring binder. And NOT the metal comb binding inside a hard cover.) Cover is perfect. Binding is perfect. Pages are completely clean and clear. Great gift!
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