Here you will find recipes for the whole family that make the most of your time, your food budget, and your creativity as a cook with specialties of various regions and delicious meals you can serve in 15 minutes and never more than an hour!!
COLLECTOR'S hard-to-find original 1970 stated first printing large vintage hardcover with metal spiral binding - Betty Crocker's Family Dinners in a Hurry. Home Tested Menus That Make the Most of Minutes. Pages MINT.
Full page color photographs throughout and many other color pictures showing steps in preparation as well as completed dishes. Publisher: Golden, Press, New York and Western Publishing Company, Inc, Copyright: 1970, General Mills, original first edition, stated first printing. No isbn. Not ex-library. Not later reprint. Rare to find a copy that was not used in a kitchen!
The cookbook planned for today's busy woman - and her family. Here are 45 home-tested dinner menus for those in-a-hurry days, when you really need the very latest timesaving tricks in food preparation. These menus not only feature many delicious family-pleasing recipes but also include market lists to make shopping easier and faster and tested timetables to help you manage those pre-dinner minutes. The meals take a maximum of an hour of preparation; many take 30 minutes or less. And every one of them has the Betty Crocker "difference" - the assurance that they'll work for you. Every menu and every timetable has been developed in the Betty Crocker Kitchens and tested by busy women and their families all across the country.
CHAPTERS and few of the menus included: Making the Minutes Count-time saving tricks for quicker cooking. 15-to-25 Minute Dinners: Straight from the Broiler, Hasty-Tasty Steak Dinner, and Church at 11- Dinner at 1. 30 Minute Dinners: Sit-by-the-Fire Supper, Steak House Dinner, Quick Trick Casserole Supper, Have a Roman Holiday, Supper with a German Accent, and After the Game. 35-to-45 Minute Dinners: East Meets West, Have a Roman Holiday, Hamburger with a Royal Touch, Freezer-to-Oven Meal, and Please-a-Teen Pizzaburger. 50-to-60 Minute Dinners: Shortcut with a Blender, Spareribs and Sauerkraut on the Double, Starring the Barbecue, Let’s Celebrate, and Easy-Does-It Casserole.
BETTY CROCKER: Since 1921, the Betty Crocker name has symbolized the General Mills continuing tradition of service to consumers. Although Betty was never a real person, her name and identity have become synonymous with helpfulness, trustworthiness and quality. In 1945, at the request of U.S. Office of War Information, Betty Crocker broadcast on NVC radio a program called “Our Nation’s Rations” to help homemakers make the most of rationed foods. Seven million copies of Betty Crocker wartime booklet, Your Share, were distributed. Another publication, Thru Highway to Good Nutrition, won national recognition by the American Red Cross for outstanding service in the national interest.
Betty Crocker has survived the decades by providing consumers with food information and food products that are contemporary without being faddish. The first hardcover cookbook, Betty Crocker’s Picture Cookbook was published in 1950 and quickly became a national best seller.
Oversize hardcover, metal spiral bound in excellent condition, 10" x 9", 128pp. Pages MINT. Binding tight. Fine vintage condition. Pages near fine/bright/clean/minimal shelfwear includes content and title pp-name fep-snall left corner soft crease. Cover near fine/bright/clean/light shelfwear includes tiny top nick-light spinewear-corner tips lightly rubbed.