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3 classic 1950s and 1960s cookbooks - Pennsylvania Dutch, World's Best Recipes, Good Housekeeping

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Three classic cookbooks including Pennsylvania Dutch, international recipes by all-star chefs and celebrities and Good Housekeeping. All harken from the days of stick to your ribs good old home cooking.

The New Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book by Ruth Hutchinson, 1958 Book Club edition. If you've ever been to an Amish smorgasbord, you'll know why I'm hoping this cookbook doesn't sell. As interesting to read as the recipes are tasty.

The World's Best Recipes edited by Martin Small, 1955. Includes recipes from Irma Rombauer, M.F.K. Fisher, Duncan Hines, Ruth Wakefield, the Waldorf-Astoria, Simpson's, Danny Kaye, Eleanor Roosevelt and more.

The Good Housekeeping Cook Book, edited by Dorothy B. Marsh, 1963, with a foreward by Willie Mae Rogers. It's a fabulous resource for good simple honest American cookery and a wealth of practical information.

All three books are in very good condition for their age. The World's Best has some slight watermarking around the inside of the front and back covers.

NOTE: bowl and whisk are props only and are not included, but you knew that.

3 classic 1950s and 1960s cookbooks - Pennsylvania Dutch, World's Best Recipes, Good Housekeeping

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  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: cardboard, paper, deliciousness
  • Only ships to United States from Massachusetts, United States.
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