The Southern Living Foods with a Foreign Flavor cookbook is an edition of Favorite Recipes of Home Economics Teachers Foreign Foods edition, published for Southern Living in 1967. The cookbook contains over 2,000 recipes in 383 pages. The cookbook is divided by country or region. Each chapter… Read The Full Review Published in 1967.
The Galloping Gourmet Television Cookbook – volume 6 is an offtake of the Galloping Gourmet television show. The Galloping Gourmet Television Cookbook series consists of 7 volumes published from 1969 to 1971 by Fremantle International, the syndicator for the… Read The Full Review Published in 1971.
For the Love of Cooking was published in 1975 by Oxmoor House, a division of The Progressive Farmer Company, who also owns the Southern Living franchise. Written by Lena E. Sturges, the longtime food editor for the Southern Living magazine and its publications. Lena E. Sturges was the first… Read The Full Review Published in 1975.
The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace Episcopal Church in St. Francisville, Louisiana created and printed "Recipes from Aububon's Happy Land West Feliciana." There is no indication of the date of publication or copyright included in the cookbook, at least not one that I can find. Several of the recipes… Read The Full Review Published in 1950.
The Delta Gamma Cookbook was published in 1966 by the Delta Gamma Foundation. Delta Gamma is a college sorority founded in Oxford, Mississippi in 1873 whose headquarters are now in Columbus, Ohio. The 1966 cookbook is Delta Gamma's first attempt at a cookbook since their 1922 cookbook - which… Read The Full Review Published in 1966.
Written by Robert Loeb, Jr., former food and drink editor of Esquire Magazine, Wolf in Chef's Clothing is a self-proclaimed "Picture Cook and Drink Book for Men". Originally written and published in 1950, there have been several publications since the… Read The Full Review Published in 1950.
Bull Cook and Authentic Historical Recipes and Practices is definitely one of the most unusual volumes. I would be hard pressed to call it a cookbook, but it does contain recipes alongside the historical anecdotes from the authors. While I am uncertain if the book can be classified as a… Read The Full Review Published in 1960.
The 1933 version of The Chicago Daily News - New Salads, Bridge Luncheons & Canned Meals cookbook is a composition of "carefully selected" recipes published in the paper's "Women's Pages". The recipes "include delicious new salads, fine emergency meals made from food that comes in cans,… Read The Full Review Published in 1933.