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Published in 1964,
this Doubleday and company book
features prized recipes
from the Farms of America
edited by Nell B Nichols,
the filed food editor of Farm Journal.

The book has over 350 pages

If you are interested in preserving your own food
local and or organic,
you can rely on the wealth of information
in this book.

The corner of the front cover is torn,
but the pages are clean and readable.

I believe this is the same book my mom relied on
for years of canning and freezing
our garden.

Hazel Meyer:
Handy this time of year,
when it's time to start freezing all that garden bounty,
this how-to is an excellent guide for
"freezer stockpiling."

The cover says it is
"an expert's advice on every phase of cooking for and from your freezer."

457 pages,
dust jacket in excellent condition
clean and tight.

Farm Journal Freezing and Canning Cook Book and Hazel Meyer's Freezer Cook Book

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: paper
  • Ships worldwide from Arkansas, United States
  • Feedback: 1416 reviews
  • Favorited by: 5 people