Looking for a lost Cookbook?

Have you lost or become seperated from your most beloved and favoritest cookbook? We all have our favorites and the memories that come with them. Losing them can be devasting especially wth the upcoming holidays fast aproaching. I'd love to help with hunt and also help another cookbook lover, so please feel free to comment below with as much information about your cookbook as you can and myself and maybe a fellow cookbook fan or two (and all of our combined resources) will put the word out and hopefully reunite you with your cookbook faster!

4 comments:

Raza said...

nice post that was

yinzerella said...

I need the Dinner is Served recipe cards published in 1973--card 118 and beyond!

CookbookAddict said...

Hi Yinzerella, Omg I almost had a heart attack when I read your post, because recently I bought 2 (yes 2, but they were $2.99 EACH so I HAD to lol;) avocado green recipe boxes and I couldn't remember who made them and I'm thinking "wow wouldn't that be an amazing coincidence!!" but turns out I have The Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library, nothing against Betty but booo Lol but I just talked to friends of mine who specialize in more recent cookbooks and they're on the hunt:)

L. said...

Greetings. I am looking for a cookbook that was in my mother's kitchen. I believe it was published prior to 1967, but probably not earlier than 1950. It had a teal cloth cover, was more square than the rectangular red & white Betty Crocker cookbook of those years. I don't recall photos -- there was a brownie recipe which called for sprinkling chocolate chips on the top immediately when the pan was removed from the oven. I would like to find and purchase this book.

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