Lets have some FUN in the kitchen with this fabulous retro booklet!!

COLLECTOR'S 1951 General Foods advertising and canning vintage softcover cookbook - What Makes Jelly "Jell"?

Wonderful jelly making handbook designed to show just how to make jellies and jams the quick, easy, modern way using CERTO and SURE JELL products. Publisher: Consumer Service Department of General Foods Corporation, Copyright, 1951, second edition.

Charming color and black & white illustrations. Certo and Sure Jell products featured on back cover in brilliant color. Photos do not fully capture hues and exquisite detail; you have to see these wonderful fifties drawings up close. WOW!!

CONTENTS: The Jelly trio, how to make jelly, jam cupboard recipes, making jelly the modern way and more. Use it, lesson by lesson, to give a full understanding of the modern success way to make jams and jellies.

RECIPES: Strawberry Jam, Canned Fruit Jellies, Fresh Plum Jam, Strawberry Jam Ice Cream, Surprise Pastries, Old Fashioned Jelly Roll and more.

Softcover stapled booklet with vibrant color cover. 23pp, 8" x 6". Binding tight. Fine vintage condition. Pages fine/bright/crisp/clean/minimal shelfwear. Cover excellent/bright/clean/light shelfwear-light edgewear-light buckling/2 back spots-1/4" tear top spine.

Do not pass up this rare collector's gem; no kitchen should be without it; will make a FABULOUS gift for yourself or someone special in your life!!


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RARE 1951 'General Foods' What Makes Jelly "Jell"?' Cookbook, Illustrated, Certo, Sure Jell, Recipes, Canning, Advertising, Desserts, Pastries, Jelly Roll, Ice Cream

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