As the crispness of fall fills the air, the apple season arrives. Here are a few of our most popular vintage recipes featuring apples.
There is some good Cajun cooking going on in this cookbook - I guarantee!Published in 1975.
This cover image is from the first edition of the Louisiana Tiger Bait - Selected Recipes from L.S.U.Published in 1976.
The Modern Family Cookbook by Meta Given, her first cookbook, was first published in 1942. When the "New Revised Edition" was published in 1961, which is shown above, there were "over 1,250,000 copies in print". According to the biographical information in Ms. Given's Modern… Read The Full Review Published in 1961.
Mary and Vincent Price’s A Treasury of Great Recipes is a collection of “famous specialties of the world’s foremost restaurants adapted for the American kitchen.” Published in 1965 by Bernard Geis Associates, the cookbook is a collection of menus and recipes from France, Italy, Holland,… Read The Full Review Published in 1965.
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 television show. Volume 6 covers… 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.