Betty Crocker’s Hostess Cookbook, 1967: Featuring more than 400 guest-tested recipes. A wealth of ideas for today’s entertaining. Published by Golden Press, New York. Copyright 1967 by General Mills, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn. Menus and recipes for supper parties, little dinners, classic company dinners, and buffet suppers. Also, “Bright Little Brunches and Lunches,” teas and receptions, casual get-togethers, outdoors and in, and “Happy Holiday Specials.”
Hard cover book with metal comb binding. 168 pages. First edition, second printing. Excellent vintage condition.
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