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Diamond Walnuts - For That "FINAL TOUCH"

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Published by California Walnut Growers Association, paper pamphlet, stapled,
6 x 3¼, 39 pgs, no exact date, probably late 1930s-early-1940s.

The foreword of this promotional pamphlet tells the housewife - the person to whom it is directed - that “walnuts are the extra touch that will give flavor and distinction to any dish, the touch that requires no effort . . ." The recipes are grouped by breads; sandwiches; vegetables; meat and meat substitutes; salads; desserts; frozen desserts; cakes and cookies; icings, fillings, stuffings and sauces; candies; conserves; and miscellaneous; the latter includes a walnut pimento sandwich spread. Each section begins with a general page of suggestions on adding walnuts to recipes the reader may already make. Certain recipes give the instruction to “beat until light” and wondering what this meant, found that it probably meant until the color becomes light.
Some interesting recipes are: walnut sausage; cheese and walnut roast; a walnut carrot pudding which calls for grated carrots, potatoes, eggs, various savory spices and then steaming; a tasty sounding walnut maple ice cream; and a mayonnaise recipe that calls for walnuts and raisins.

CONDITION
Good, front cover has "W" and "walnuts --" written in black ink on top right side and front cover shows some wear including a diagonal scratch where something was probably taped and a small tear on right edge of cover. Spine shows minor wear - probably from storage but all pages firmly attached, clean and readable with no markings or stains.
Published by California Walnut Growers Association, paper pamphlet, stapled,
6 x 3¼, 39 pgs, no exact date, probably late 1930s-early-1940s.

The foreword of this promotional pamphlet tells the housewife - the person to whom it is directed - that “walnuts are the extra touch that will give flavor and distinction to any dish, the touch that requires no effort . . ." The recipes are grouped by breads; sandwiches; vegetables; meat and meat substitutes; salads; desserts; frozen desserts; cakes and cookies; icings, fillings, stuffings and sauces; candies; conserves; and miscellaneous; the latter includes a walnut pimento sandwich spread. Each section begins with a general page of suggestions on adding walnuts to recipes the reader may already make. Certain recipes give the instruction to “beat until light” and wondering what this meant, found that it probably meant until the color becomes light.
Some interesting recipes are: walnut sausage; cheese and walnut roast; a walnut carrot pudding which calls for grated carrots, potatoes, eggs, various savory spices and then steaming; a tasty sounding walnut maple ice cream; and a mayonnaise recipe that calls for walnuts and raisins.

CONDITION
Good, front cover has "W" and "walnuts --" written in black ink on top right side and front cover shows some wear including a diagonal scratch where something was probably taped and a small tear on right edge of cover. Spine shows minor wear - probably from storage but all pages firmly attached, clean and readable with no markings or stains.

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5 out of 5 stars
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  • Reviewed by lgabundance
    5 out of 5 stars
    Oct 24, 2017
    Maureen is a wonderful seller! Very fast delivery and great communication. Would buy again. Great little cookbook in better condition than I expected. A window into our past. Thank you very much.
    Ford Times Travelers Cookbook

  • Reviewed by mel33133
    5 out of 5 stars
    Mar 31, 2017
    Duncan Hines FAVORITE RECIPES

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Diamond Walnuts - For That "FINAL TOUCH"

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