1963 Good Housekeeping Cookbook: This is the 1963 “completely new and revised version of America’s favorite cookbook.” (Imagine the editorial discussion over changing “Cook Book” to “Cookbook.”) Dorothy Marsh, editor. New sections such as “Let’s Have Sandwiches” and “The Bountiful Barbecue.” Hearst Corporation and Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc. 806 pages. Dust jacket shows lots of minor shelf wear, but it is now safely encased in Mylar. Cookbook is in mint condition. Definitely gift quality. Clearly its first owner did not use her cookbook.
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