Everything from soup to nuts can be found in this collection from my grandmother’s box of recipes. Includes vintage recipes and advertising from major food producers and local Baltimore companies. Includes: Minute Rice (1966); Betty Crocker’s Holiday Hostess (with 5 and 10-cent coupons); Idaho Potatoes; Calorie Saving Recipes with Sucaryl (1958); Fluffo (a yellow shortening - for those of you who don’t remember it); Bennett’s Chili Sauce (fold-outs, identical covers, but one has more recipes than the other), published in Baltimore 15, MD - which dates them prior to 1962).
Also included: For Today or Any Day published by the Baltimore Dairy Council (Phone: Calvert 2583) with remarks that you can feed an average family of four for $7.50 to $15 per week; Praise the Cook Recipes sponsored by Pet Milk, Kellogg’s Corn Flake Crumbs, and Reynolds Wrap (Corn-Crisped Hamburgers); and finally The Charm of Meat Cookery published by the Home Economics Department of the Schluderberg & Kurdle Co., Baltimore (includes fried noodles).
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