Fall Cookbook Sale: Take 20% off any or all the cookbooks in your order! A great time to do your Christmas shopping. Remember, nearly all of these cookbooks are one-of-a-kind, so don’t expect them to be here in December! Use the coupon code “fall20″ at checkout (without the quotation marks.)
More Vintage Cookbook News: Click on “Recipes” at the top of this Home Page for one (or more) great antique recipe from rare, antique, and historic cookbooks. Recipes recently added are from these cookbooks: Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book, 1898; Singers and Swingers in the Kitchen, 1967 (recipes from the Rolling Stones, Barbra Streisand, Leonard Nimoy); Savannah Cook Book, 1933; Ornamental Confectionary: the Art of Baking, 1898; Mrs. Gillette’s Cook Book, 1908; A Friend in the Kitchen, 1899; Cantabrigia Club Cook Book, 1923-1924; Feeding the Lions: An Algonquin Cookbook, 1942; Mangiamo (Let’s Eat!), 1970; Folk Wines, Cordials, Brandies: Ways to Make Them, 1963; Alice B. Toklas’ Haschich Fudge recipe from the Alice B. Toklas Cookbook, 1954; Louisiana Tiger Bait; Family Recipes: Secrets from Maude Landry’s Kitchen; Russian Tea Room Cookbook, 1981; Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea, 1875 by Marion Harland; Filippini’s One Hundred Recipes for Cooking and Serving Fish; Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book, 1891; Good Things Made, Said and Done, for Every Home & Household, 1885; Presbyterian Cook Book, 1892; Louis Diat’s Original Vichyssoise Recipe (from Louis Diat’s obituary;) Fannie Farmer’s Catering for Special Occasions, Hood’s Cook Book Number Three; With a Saucepan over the Sea, 1902; Marion Harland’s Complete Cook Book, Gentleman’s Companion, Gentleman’s Companion; Settlement Cook Book, 1901; Chicago Record Cook Book; Marion Harland’s Dinner Year Book, 1878; Mama Mia Italian Cookbook, 1955; Mangiamo, 1970; Cedar Plank Cookbook, and more.
Still More Vintage Cookbook News: VintageCookbook.com finally has global search capacity for the entire site. See that Q in the upper right corner? Type in “baking” or “dinner menus” or “New York state cookbooks” or a specific title, like “Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book.” I bet we have what you’re looking for!
Even more vintage cookbook news: Many antique cookbooks added, including: Bohemian San Francisco, 1914; 200 Years of Charleston Cooking, 1930; Savannah Cook Book, 1933; Delmonico’s, A Century of Splendor, 1967; Mrs. Gillette’s Cook Book, 1908; A Friend in the Kitchen, 1899; Art of Baking: Ornamental Confectionery and Practical Assistant to The Art of Baking, 1893; Cantabrigia Club Cook Book, 1923-1924; Feeding the Lions: An Algonquin Cookbook, 1942; With a Saucepan Over the Sea, 1902, 1903; Singers and Swingers in the Kitchen, 1967; Jolly Times Cook Book, 1934; Family Recipes: Secrets of Maude Landry’s Kitchen with illustrations by George Rodrigue; Louisiana’s ‘Tiger Bait’ Recipes, 1976; The Horsford Cook Book, 1895; Marion Harland’s Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea, 1875; Marion Harland’s Complete Cook Book, 1903, 1906; several Health for Victory pamphlets from World War II; Greenwich Village Gourmet Studio Cookery, 1949; Mama Mia Italian Cookbook, 1955; a 1939 first edition, first printing of the Williamsbury Art of Cookery; Gentleman’s Companion, 1939, 1946, Vols I & II; Holland Cook Book, 1887; a first edition copy of the Palmer House Cook Book, 1933; Kettner’s Book of The Table, 1877; Alice B. Toklas Cook Book, 1954; Williamsburg Art of Cookery in leather binding; How I Cook It, 1954; Alice’s Restaurant Cookbook with its plastic record; Home Comfort Cook Book, 1948; Folk Wines, Cordials, and Brandies, 1963; the Edgewater Book of Salads; Buckeye Cookery, 1887; the leather-bound edition of Brown Derby Cookbook, 1952; an as-if-new first edition of Just Cocktails, Three Mountaineers, 1939; Cricket Tea Room Cook Book, 1938; Gourmet of the Delta; A Date with a Dish: A Cook Book of American Negro Recipes, 1948; Pot of Gold: Prize-Winning Recipes and How to Write Them, by Anne Voges, 1953; Catering for Special Occasions, by Fannie Merritt Farmer, 1911, first edition; A la Rector, 1933, first edition; Mangiamo, 1970; Cedar Plank Cookbook; The Kitchen and the Cotton Patch, 1948, first edition; The Art of Cooking Omelettes by Madame Romaine De Lyon, 1963, first edition; The Alice B. Toklas Cook Book, first American edition; When Mother Lets Us Cook, 1908; Nine Hundred Successful Recipes by Lulu Thompson Silvernail, 1923 (on sale;) The Salad Book from Woman’s World Magazine, 1929; Mrs. Rorer’s Cook Book, 1886; Perfection in Baking, 1893, 1900; Here’s How in wooden cover, 1941; The Blue Ribbon Cook Book, 1904, 1922; The Wall Street Cook Book, 1966; Fine Old Dixie Recipes with its carved wood “Mammy” cover; The Mary Frances Cook Book: Adventures Among the Kitchen People, 1912, and more. Antiquarian or antique cookbooks marked down and on sale! All regional and ethnic cookbooks marked down and on sale! VintageCookbook.com carries antique, rare, vintage, old and first edition cookbooks or cook books. Antique, vintage and collectible international cookbooks. Antique and vintage advertising cookbooks. Difficult-to-find old, antique and vintage international, regional, ethnic and specialty cookbooks. Antique, vintage, old, and out-of-print children’s cookbooks. Antique, vintage, old cookbooks from the great chefs and the great restaurants. Cooking ephemera from the 1800s and 1900s, including promotional recipe booklets. Collectors welcome, as are folks looking for their mothers’ cookbooks!