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Cook Book Circle of Serbian Sisters, First Edition, First Printing, 1973



Cook Book Circle of Serbian Sisters, First Edition, First Printing, 1973: Cookbook from the ladies of the St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Cathedral, Milwaukee, Wi. Stated first printing done in November, 1973. Very difficult-to-find first printing, especially in mint condition! First chapter is a brief discussion of Serbian traditions, followed by chapters on beverages, salads, hot dishes, cakes & tortes, cookies, and miscellaneous pastries. 202 pages, plus black pages with additional hand written recipes. This cookbook is in absolutely mint condition. With the exception of the hand written recipes, it seems to be completely unused.

I don’t know what kind of binder this cookbook originally had. Right now it is in a black, padded, three-ring binder from the Nackie Paper Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  So, the sale price is substantially lower than another copy we have with the original plastic comb binding.

At we try to provide you with your mother’s cookbook! I know lots of current recipe bloggers write proudly that their recipes are “not from your mother’s cookbook.” We think the recipes in your mother’s cookbook provided food that was nutritious and warm and colorful and just plain yummy! We know that just looking at the cover of your mother’s Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book makes you feel good. Holding her Betty Crocker Cookbook, or her Better Homes and Gardens, or Good Housekeeping Cookbook in your hands is better than nostalgic. And cooking some of those dishes for your children will pass on a great tradition.

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