Clara Wiens. A collection of some 350 recipes, nicely organized in five sections. Special emphasis is given to the how and why of certain common cooking techniques. 210 pages; paper with plastic coil binding; Wiens.
Nearly 700 recipes collected by the ladies of the South Haven Mennonite Congregation, Macon, Mississippi. This book was started when recipes were gathered to give the wives of revival evangelists. A variety of new recipes, some easy and some challenging, … Read More
Recipes collected by the Ben and Clara Goossen family. This cookbook was compiled by Anita Goossen and contains 550 recipes. A section titled “Gifts from the Kitchen” is included at the back of the book and contains ideas and recipes … Read More
This fine collection of recipes has already shown its worth by its wide circulation and use. It contains about 900 recipes in thirteen sections, with a complete index. 284 pages; paper with plastic coil binding; Yost.
Betty Crocker’s treasured first edition. The recipes appear exactly as they were when first published in 1950. This edition contains instructions and basic information helpful for those learning to cook. The recipes use common ingredients instead of mixes. 449 pages; … Read More