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Vintage Cookbook News:  Click on “Recipes” at the top of this Home Page for great antique recipes from rare, antique, and historic cookbooks.  Recipes recently added from these cookbooks: Art of Greek Cookery, 1961, 1963; Justin Wilson’s Homegrown Louisiana Cookin’, 1990; Victorian Secrets: South’s Newest Collection of Exceptionally Fine Recipes; Museum Mixtures: Cook Book with a Different Flavour from Nairobi, Kenya; Swiss Bakery and Confectionery, 1949; Treasured Alabama Recipes, 1967; Famous Recipes Famous People, 1940; Third Sexton Cook Book, First Edition, 1950; You Can Too: Guide to Home Style Cajun Cooking, 1987; Treadway Inns Cook Book, 1958; Plaza Cookbook, 1972; Plaza Cookbook, 1972Food From America’s Bravest–Signed and Numbered First Printing!; Food From America’s Bravest–Signed and Numbered First Printing! Savouries a la Mode by Harriet de Salis, 1903; Entrees a la Mode, Harriet de Salis, 1903; Way to Cook, Julia Child, 1989; Key to Chinese Cooking, Irene Kuo, 1977; What Actors Eat — When They Eat! 1939; Louis’ Salads & Chafing Dishes, 1906; It’s Fun to Cook, 1938; Out of Old Nova Scotia Kitchens, 1971; Bettina’s Best Salads, 1923, First Edition, First Printing; Raymond Oliver’s La Cuisine: Secrets of Modern French Cooking, 1969; Making of a Cook, Madeleine Kamman, 1971; Mrs. C.H. Leonard’s Cook Book, 1923; Mary Elizabeth’s War Time Recipes, 1918; Spice Island Cook Book, 1961; Fancy Pantry, 1986; Chef’s New Secret Cookbook, 1975; Spice Islands Cook Book, 1961; Chef’s Secret Cook Book, 1962; International Cook Book, Filippini, 1906, 1911;  George Bernard Shaw Vegetarian Cook Book, 1972; Orange Judd Cook Book, 1914; In Pursuit of Flavor, Edna Lewis, 1988;  Family Recipes: Secrets of Maude Laundry’s Kitchen;  Family Recipes: Secrets of Maude Laundry’s Kitchen; New Mexico Cow Belle Cook Book; Matrons’ Home Club Cook Book, Salisbury, Maryland, 1915; Stories and Recipes of the Great Depression of the 1930s; Trader Vic’s Kitchen Kibitzer, 1952; Palmer House Cook Book, 1933, 1940; Cooking in Old Creole Days, 1904; 200 Years of New Orleans Cooking, 1931; Savoy Cocktail Book, 1930, 1933; Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book, 1884, 1994; Housekeeping in the Blue Grass, 1874; Miss Parloa’s Kitchen Companion, 1887; Every-Day Cook-Book, 1886, 1892; Gourmet of the Delta, 1958; Anderson House Cookbook, 1986; Dining at the Homestead, 1989; Lily Wallace’s New American Cook Book, 1941, 1946; Blood Mary The St. Regis Signature Cocktail; Tasha Tudor’s Cookbook, 1993; World’s 100 Best Recipes, 1971, 1973; Fashion Cooks: A Cook Book for Busy Women, 1955; Alice B. Toklas Cook Book w/ Dust Jacket, 1954; Savannah Cook Book, 1933, Signed First Edition, First Printing; Cordiall Water, M.F.K. Fisher, 1961, 1963; Brennan’s New Orleans Cookbook, 1964; Culinary Gems from the Kitchens of Old Virginia, 1952; Emmeline and Hessie Cookbook; Alphabet for Gourmets, M.F.K. Fisher, 1949; Fiftieth Anniversary Cookbook, Pilot International, 1971; Recipes from the Old South, Martha Meade, 1961; Frances Virginia Tea Room Cookbook, 1981; Greek Flavor, 1979; Sunset Barbecue Cook Book, 1962; Cooking and Cooking and Castle Building, 1890; Good Maine Food, 1939; Twig Cook Book, early 1900s; Southern Cooking, 1928, First Edition, First Printing; Key West Cook Book, 1949; Fanny Hill’s Cook Book, 1971, First Edition, First Printing; Louisiana Lagniappe Cookbook; Mary Hunt’s Salad Bowl, 1939; Viola! Lafayette Centennial Cookbook, 1884-1984; Cook Book Circle of Serbian Sisters, 1973; City Tavern Cookbook, 1999; Charlie Trotter’s T, 1994; Helen Gurley Brown’s Single Girl’s Cookbook, 1969; 200 Years of Charleston Cooking, 1930, 1934; Esquire Culinary Companion, 1959; Emmeline and Hessie Cookbook; Presbyterian Cook Book, 1873, 1886; Marigold Cook Book, 1938; America Cooks, 1967, First Edition, First Printing; Luchow’s German Cookbook, 1952; Jackson Cookbook, 1971; Les Diners de Gala by Salvador Dali, 1973; America Cooks, 1967, First Edition, First Printing; New Dinners for All Occasions; The Opera House Cookbook, 1990; Down the Bayou, 1984; Shuck Beans, Stack Cakes, and Honest Fried Chicken, 1991; 50 Soups, 1884; Sook’s Cook Book, 1989; Four Seasons, 1980; Daily News Cook Book, 1896, First Edition, First Printing; Four Seasons, 1980; 3 Bottle Bar 1943, First Edition; Southern Cooking, Mrs. S. R. Dull, 1941, 1968; Old Mr. Boston Official Bartender’s Guide, 1935; Bartender’s Guide by Trader Vic, 1947; Old-Time Recipes for Home Made Wines, 1909, 1922; Curtains Up at Sardi’s, 1957, First Edition, First Printing; Filippini’s 100 Recipes Cooking Serving Fish, 1892; German national cookery for American kitchens, 1896, 1904; Confectionary and Practical Assistant to The Art of Baking in All Its Branches, 1893, 1905; Stork Club Bar Book, 1946; The French Chef Cookbook, 1968; Professional Mixing Guide, 1950; Purity Cook Book, 1932, 1945; Helen Gurley Brown’s Single Girl’s Cookbook, 1969; The Gay Cookbook, 1965; Hotel and Restaurant Dessert Book, 1927; Cook Book by Oscar of the Waldorf, First Edition, First Printing with Signature, 1896; Farmington Cookbook, 1968, 1979;  College Woman’s Cook Book, 1934; Calendar of Sandwiches & Beverages; Just How: Young Housekeeper’s Friend by Mrs. Cornelius 1859, 1863; A Key to the Cook-Books, 1879, 1909; Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book, 1883, 1893; Gun Club Cook Book, 1930; Old Mr. Boston, 1935, First Edition; Standard Cocktail Guide, 1944; Famous Recipes by Famous People, 1936, 1940; Mrs. Lincoln’s Cook Book, 1884, 1919; Pacific Coast Seafood Chef, 1953; 200 Years of Charleston Cooking, 1930, 1931; Hollywood Glamour Cook Book by Mariposa, 1940; Old Waldorf Bar Days, 1931; What the Cook Said, 1931; Easy to Make Maidens & Cocktails: A Mixing, Swingers Bar Guide, 1965; Easy Steps in Cooking for Big and Little Girls or Adventures Among the Kitchen People, First Edition, 1912; Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book, 1884, 1896; Gourmet of the Delta, 1958; Hollywood Glamour Cook Book by Mariposa, 1940; Key to the Pantry: Choice, Tried Recipes, 1907; Marshall Field’s Cookbook, 2006; Royal Hostess: South Africa’s Own Cook Book, 1962; Recipes from an Old Farmhouse, Uttley, 1966, 1967; Windsor Cook Book, 1893; Successful Entertaining, 1945; What to Have for Dinner, Fanny Merritt Farmer, 1905; Flowers as Food: Receipts and Lore from Many Sources, 1934; Best of Taste: Finest Food of Fifteen Nations, SACLANT-NATO; Queen Cook Book, 1895; Original Picayune Creole Cook Book Mint with Dust Jacket; Season to Taste,1957; Fashions in Foods in Beverly Hills, 1930, 1931; Annie Dennis Cook Book, 1905; Queen Cooks Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice, 1938; Burke’s Complete Cocktail & Drinking Recipes with Recipes for Food Bits for the Cocktail Hour, 1934, 1936; Williamsburg Art of Cookery, 1938; Fireless Cook Book, 1911; Nan Taeyor Ast (Dinner Is Served,) 1970; More Recipes with a Jug of Wine, 1956; James Beard’s Cook It Outdoors; Bon Vivant’s Cookbook, 1965; Patio Cook Book, 1951, Mrs. Allen on Cooking, Menus, Service, 1926; Wolf in Chef’s Clothing, 1950; Escoffier, 1969, A Guide to the Fine Art of Cookery; Ann Batchelder’s Own Cook Book, 1945; Treasury of Polish Cuisine, 1999; Whole-Family Cook Book, 1931; Kitchen Ranging, 1929; Unusual Soups: Hot & Cold Soups for All Occasions, 1981; Buckeye Cookery, 1880, 1883; Dining with the Daughters, Hawaii, 1988; Baker’s Favorite Chocolate Recipes, 1936; Common Sense in the Kitchen, 1870; Le Cookbook: Favorite Recipes French American Residents of Paris, 1978; How to Cook a Wolf, 1942, 1944; Good Housekeeping, 1944; Mary Ronald’s Century Cook Book, 1885, 1911; Carolina Foods; Old-Time Recipes for Home Made Wines, 1909, 1922; Belgium Cook-Book, 1915, first edition, first printing;Jersey Shore Cooks and Artists, 1958; The Cook Book by “Oscar” of the Waldorf, 1896; Old-Time Recipes for Home Made Wines, 1909, 1922, 1965; Alice B. Toklas’ Haschich Fudge, 1954; Les Diners de Gala by Salvador Dali; the Home Cook Book, 1877; Common Sense in the Household: A Manual of Practical Housewifery, 1871; The Great 20th Century Cook Book: Three Meals a Day, 1902; Salads by Olive M. Hulse, 1919, 1911; Hotel St. Francis Cook Book, 1919; Coastal Carolina Cooking, 1958, 1960; Every-Day Cook-Book, 1886; Connecticut Cookbook Woman’s Club of Westport, 1944; Sunset’s Barbecue Book, 1938; Nero Wolfe Cook Book, 1973; Columbia Cook Book, 1895; Hollywood Glamour Cook Book by Mariposa, 1940; New Orleans Recipes Used in the South for more than 200 Years; New Orleans Recipes, 1932; Cross Creek Cookery, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, 1942; With a Saucepan Over the Sea, 1902; Catering for Special Occasions, Fannie Farmer, 1911; Just for Two Cookbook, Lily Haxworth Wallace, 1942; Les Diners De Gala, Salvador Dali, 1973; Feeding the Lions, 1943; Mary Land’s Louisiana Cookery, 1954; Gentleman’s Companion or Around the World with Knife Fork & Spoon, 1939, 1946; The Favorite Cook Book, 1894; Mangiamo Let’s Eat, 1970; Cooking a la Ritz, 1941; America Cooks, 1967; M.F.K. Fisher’s How to Cook a Wolf, 1944; Miss Parloa’s New Cook Book, 1881; Carolina Foods, Illustrated by Carew Rice, 1957; Fifty-two Sunday Dinners, 1913, 1915; Can the Greeks Cook, 1950; Household Science and Arts, 1913; America’s Cook Book, New York Herald Tribune, 1937, 1946; Blue Book of Cookery, 1926; Taste of Texas, 1949; Wise Encyclopedia of Cookery, 1949; Popular Lithuanian Recipes, 1955, 1974; With a Jug of Wine, 1949, 1955; Love and Knishes, 1957; Mrs. Rorer’s Cook Book, 1886; International Cook Book, by Filippi, 1906; Breakfast, Luncheon and Tea, Marion Harland, 1875, 1886; Neighborhood Cook Book, 1912, 1914.

p style=”text-align: justify;”>More Vintage Cookbook News:  In our rare bartender’s book department: Old Mr. Boston, 1935, First Edition! Mint Condition; Gentleman’s Companion, Charles H. Baker, Jr., Both Volumes, 1946; Gentleman’s Companion, Charles H. Baker, Jr., Leather Binding;  Trader Vic’s Kitchen Kibitzer, 1952; Cocktails: How to Mix Them 1922; Cocktail Bar by “Charles,” 1960; Trader Vic’s Book of Food and Drink, First Edition, First Printing; Blood Mary The St. Regis’s Signature Cocktail; Just Cocktails, 1939; Fanny Hill’s Cook Book, 1971, First Edition, First Printing; Cocktails: How to Mix Them, by Robert, 1922; Esquire Culinary Companion, 1959; Bartender’s Guide by Trader Vic, 1947, 1948; Famous New Orleans Drinks And How To Mix ‘Em, 1937, 1949; 3 Bottle Bar 1943, First Edition; Old Mr. Boston Official Bartender’s Guide, 1935; Folk Wines, Cordials, Brandies: Ways to Make Them, 1963; Trader Vic’s Book of Food and Drink, 1946; Professional Mixing Guide, 1950; 1960s Seagram’s booklets; Cointreau booklet; Old Mr. Boston, 1935, First Edition; Standard Cocktail Guide, 1944; Old Waldorf Bar Days, 1931; Easy to Make Maidens & Cocktails: A Mixing, Swingers Bar Guide, 1965; Dining in New York by Rian James, 1930, 1931; U.K.B.G. Guide to Drinks, 1953, 1960; Esquire’s Handbook for Hosts, 1949; Standard Bartender’s Guide by Patrick Gavin Duffy.

Still More Vintage Cookbook News: Many antique, historic and vintage cookbooks added, including: Ebony Cookbook: A Date with a Dish, 1948, 1962; Cookie Book, First Printing, 1939: Memphis Cookbook, 1952, 1988; Art of Greek Cookery, 1961, 1963; Justin Wilson’s Homegrown Louisiana Cookin’, 1990; Victorian Secrets South’s Newest Collection of Exceptionally Fine Recipes; High Bonnet, 1945; Ford Treasury of Favorite Recipes from Famous Eating Places, 1955; Cookie Book Wood Cover, Culinary Arts Press, 1939; Museum Mixtures: Cook Book with a Different Flavour from Nairobi, Kenya; Cook’s & Diner’s Dictionary: Lexicon of Food, Wine, and Culinary Terms, 1968; Swiss Bakery and Confectionery, 1949; Encore: Favorite Dishes of World’s Most Famous Musicians, 1958; Treasured Alabama Recipes, 1967; Famous Recipes Famous People, 1940; Dining in New York with Rector, 1939; Treadway Inns Cook Book, 1958; You Can Too: Guide to Home Style Cajun Cooking, 1987; Plaza Cookbook, 1972; New York a la Carte, 1978; Historic Virginia Inns: A Cook’s Tour, 1986; In the Beginning: A Collection of Hors d’Oeuvres, 1975; Food From America’s Bravest–Signed and Numbered First Printing! Purity Cook Book, 1932; Epicurean, 1894, 1920, Near-Mint Condition; Key to Chinese Cooking, Irene Kuo, 1977; Way to Cook, Julia Child, 1989; Constantine Cooks the Greek Way; Best I Ever Ate: A Practical Home Cook Book, 1953; Classic Russian Cooking: Elena Molokhovet’s A Gift to Young Housewives, 1992; Congressional Club Cook Book, 1976; What Actors Eat — When They Eat! 1939; 65 Buttercream Flowers, 1957; How I Cook It, 1939; Sunday News Family Cook Book, 1962; Recipes from Old Hundred, 1939; Louis’ Salads & Chafing Dishes, 1906; It’s Fun to Cook, 1938; Out of Old Nova Scotia Kitchens, 1971; Nancy Drew Cookbook, 1973; My Learn to Cook Book, 1967; Bettina’s Best Salads, 1923, First Edition, First Printing; Raymond Oliver’s La Cuisine: Secrets of Modern French Cooking, 1969; Cuisine of Fredy Girardet: Incomparable Recipes of the Greatest Chef in Europe; Making of a Cook, Madeleine Kamman, 1971; Mary Elizabeth’s War Time Recipes, 1918; Hollywood du Jour; Prudence Penny Binding of United State Regional Cook Book, 1957; Leipoldt’s Cape Cookery, 1976, 1983; Spice Island Cook Book, 1961; Fancy Pantry, 1986; Waldorf Astoria Cookbook, First Edition, First Printing; Mama D’s Old-Fashioned Italian Cooking; Italian Cookbook for Quantity Service: Authentic Professional Recipes, 1956; Mrs. C.H. Leonard’s Cook Book, 1923; Chef’s Secret Cook Book, 1962; Chef’s New Secret Cookbook, 1975; Spice Islands Cook Book, 1961; Wolf in Chef’s Clothing, 1950; Epicurean, 1894, 1920; Cooking, Menus, Service, Ida Bailey Allen, 1924, 1932Miss B.’s First Cookbook, 1950; Good Things Made, Said and Done, 1886; Wilton Way of Cake Decorating, 1974, 1996;  International Cook Book, Filippini, 1906, 1911; Bohemian-American Cook Book, 1947; George Bernard Shaw Vegetarian Cook Book, 1972;  Orange Judd Cook Book, 1914; In Pursuit of Flavor, Edna Lewis, 1988; Edgewater Beach Hotel Book of Salads, 1926; Family Recipes: Secrets of Maude Laundry’s Kitchen; New Mexico Cow Belle Cook Book; Matrons’ Home Club Cook Book, Salisbury, Maryland, 1915; Stories and Recipes of the Great Depression of the 1930s; Good Meals andHow to Prepare Them, 1927; Palmer House Cook Book, 1933, 1940; What to Have for Luncheon, 1904; Cooking in Old Creole Days, 1904; Ornamental Confectionery and the Art of Baking, 1893, 1905; James Beard’s Menus for Entertaining, 1965; Good Housekeeping Step by Step Cookbook, 1997Out of Kentucky Kitchens, 1949; Betty Crocker’s New Boys and Girls Cook Book, 1965; 200 Years of New Orleans Cooking, 1931; Boston Cook Book, 1900; Savoy Cocktail Book, 1930, 1933; Mrs. Lincoln’s Boston Cook Book, 1884, 1994; Meta Given’s Modern Encyclopedia of Cooking with New Hardcover Binding, 1952; Housekeeping in the Blue Grass, 1874; Miss Parloa’s Kitchen Companion, 1887; Every-Day Cook-Book, 1886, 1892; Gourmet of the Delta, 1958; Anderson House Cookbook, 1986; Dining at the Homestead, 1989; Tasha Tudor’s Cookbook, 1993; Fashion Cooks: A Cook Book for Busy Women, 1955; World’s 100 Best Recipes, 1971, 1973; Here Let Us Feast, M.F.K. Fisher, 1946; Story of Wine in California, M.F.K. Fisher, 1962; Woman’s World Cook Book, Lily Haxworth Wallace, 1931; Greenwich Village Cookbook, 1969; Helen Gurley Brown’s Single Girl’s Cookbook, 1969; Alice B. Toklas Cook Book w/ Dust Jacket; Out of Vermont Kitchens, 1939; Bennigan’s, 1989; Sister Germana’s Italian Cookbook, 1988; Savannah Cook Book, 1933, Signed First Edition, First Printing; 500 Recipes by Request From Mother Anderson’s Famous Dutch Kitchens; New Orleans Recipes, 1932, 1952; Cordiall Water, M.F.K. Fisher, 1961, 1963; Brennan’s New Orleans Cookbook, 1964; Emmeline and Hessie Cookbook; Fiftieth Anniversary Cookbook, Pilot International, 1971; Alphabet for Gourmets, M.F.K. Fisher, 1949; Recipes from the Old South, Martha Meade, 1961; Frances Virginia Tea Room Cookbook, 1981; Donor Club Cook Book, 1927; Greek Flavor, 1979; Inglenook Cook Book, 1901, 1970; Sesame Street Cookbook, 1978, 1979; Plantation Cookbook, 1972;  Sunset Barbecue Cook Book, 1962; Cooking and Castle Building, 1890; Good Maine Food, 1939; Twig Cook Book, early 1900s; Southern Cooking, 1928, First Edition, First Printing; Key West Cook Book, 1949; More Recipes With a Jug of Wine, 1956; With a Jug of Wine, 1949; Fanny Hill’s Cook Book, 1971, First Edition, First Printing; Mexican Cookbook, Fergusson, 1945; Louisiana Lagniappe Cookbook; Luchow’s German Cookbook, 1952; Pillsbury’s FIRST 100 Prize-Winning Recipes, 1949, 1950; Dining on the France, 1981; Southern Cooking to Remember, 1978; ’21’ Cookbook, 1995, First Edition; New Orleans Restaurant Cookbook, 1967;  Southern Cooking, Mrs. S. R. Dull, 1928, 1941; Viola! Lafayette Centennial Cookbook, 1884-1984; Bulgarian – Macedonian Recipes, first edition, first printing, 1966; Cook Book Circle of Serbian Sisters, First Edition, First Printing, 1973; Charlie Trotter’s T, 1994, First Edition, First Printing; 200 Years of Charleston Cooking, 1930, 1934; Esquire Culinary Companion, 1959; Mary Alden’s Cake Cookie Cook Book, 1956; Out of Vermont Kitchens, 1939, First Edition; Presbyterian Cook Book, 1873, 1886; Mary Alden’s Cook Book for Children, 1955; Marigold Cook Book, 1938; America Cooks, 1967, First Edition, First Printing; Jackson Cookbook, 1971; Les Diners de Gala by Salvador Dali, 1973; America Cooks, 1967, First Edition, First Printing; The French Laundry Cookbook, 1999; Down the Bayou, 1984; Shuck Beans, Stack Cakes, and Honest Fried Chicken, 1991; Treasured Polish Recipes for Americans, 1948; Pearl’s Kitchen, 1973;  Sook’s Cook Book, 1989; Four Seasons, 1980; Heinz Recipe Book with Wartime Supplement, 1939; The Colony, 1945; Old-Time Recipes for Home Made Wines, 1909, 1922; Curtains Up at Sardi’s, 1957, First Edition, First Printing; Filippini’s 100 Recipes Cooking Serving Fish, 1892; German national cookery for American kitchens, 1896, 1904; Hering’s Dictionary of Classical and Modern Cookery; Mrs. Rorer’s Cook Book, 1886, 1914; Mary Land’s Louisiana Cookery, 1954, First Edition; Beloit Cook Book, 1930; The French Chef Cookbook, 1968; Susie’s New Stove: The Little Chef’s Cookbook, 1950; Cook Book by Oscar of the Waldorf, First Edition, First Printing with Signature, 1896; Hotel St. Francis Cook Book, 1919; Better Homes Gardens Junior Cook Book, 1955, 1963; College Woman’s Cook Book, 1934; How to Cook a Wolf, 1942, 1944; Dining in Chicago, 1931; More Classic Italian Cooking, Hazan, 1978; Treatise on Baking, 1927, 1947; Louis Diat’s Home Cook Book, 1946; Favorite Recipes from Carmel-by-the-Sea, 1972, 1976; What to Cook for Company, 1952; Saucepans & the Single Girl, 1965; Gun Club Cook Book or a Culinary Code for Appreciative Epicures, 1930; Cooking with Casseroles from Sunset Cook’s Copy; Fifty-Two Sunday Dinners, 1913, 1915; Picayune Creole Cook Book, 1947; Pacific Coast Seafood Chef, 1953; Cooking a la Ritz, 1941; Hollywood Glamour Cook Book, 1940; Buckeye Cookery, 1880, 1883; Catering for Special Occasions, Fannie Farmer, 1911; Annie Dennis Cook Book, 1905; How to Behave at a Banquet, 1912; Fine Old Dixie Recipes Wood “Mammy” Cover, 1938, First Edition; Alice B. Toklas Cook Book, 1954; Royal Hostess: South Africa’s Own Cook Book, 1962; Recipes from an Old Farmhouse, 1966, 1967; Basics and More Cookbook, 1991, 1997; Sunset Barbecue Book, 1938, 1948; Pet Recipes, Pet Milk Company, 1930; Louisiana Cookin’, 1976; Salad Book of the American Housewife, 1929; Home Makers’ Cooking School Cook Book, 1925; Bon Vivant’s Cookbook, 1965; Wine Cook Book by The Browns; Patio Cook Book, 1951; signed first edition of Dinah Shore Cook Book, 1983; Midwestern Junior League Cookbook; New Orleans Cookbook, Collins, 1982; Coastal Carolina Cooking, 1958, 1963; Kitchen Ranging, 1929, First Edition, First Printing; Unusual Soups: Hot & Cold Soups for All Occasions, 1981.

There’s More! We’ve been updating Vintage Cookbook’s vintage comprehensive cookbooks, including new editions of Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Cooking, 1983; Third Sexton Cook Book, First Edition, 1950; Third Sexton Cook Book, First Edition, 1950Meta Given’s Modern Encyclopedia Cooking; Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook, 1962; Family Circle Cookbook, 1979; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1969, Stated First Edition, First Printing:the Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book, 1951; American Woman’s Cook Book 1940; American Home All-Purpose Cook Book, 1966; Amy Vanderbilt’s Complete Cook Book, 1961; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book Revised and Enlarged, Text edition, 1956; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book Revised and Enlarged, 1956; Sunset Easy Basics for Good Cooking, 1982; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book Souvenir Edition, 1963; Better Homes and Gardens Golden Treasury of Cooking, 1973; American Woman’s Cook Book, Wartime Edition, 1942; Pillsbury Family Cook Book, 1963; American Woman’s Cook Book, 1942; Pillsbury Cookbook, 1989; Good Housekeeping Step by Step Cookbook, 1997; Pillsbury Kitchen’s Family CookbookBetty Crocker’s Cookbook, 1969, Stated First Edition, First Printing!, 1956, 1979; Good Housekeeping Cook Book, 1942, 1944; Good Housekeeping Cook Book. 1955; Meta Given’s Modern Encyclopedia Cooking. 1955; Lily Wallace New American Cook Book; Betty Crocker’s Step-By-Step Picture Cookbook, 1975, 1983; 1949 Good Housekeeping Cook Book; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book 50th Anniversary Edition, 1968; Settlement Cook Book, 1931; Boston Cooking School Cook Book, 1941; Lily Wallace’s New American Cook Book, 1941, First Edition; Betty Crocker’s Cookbook Sears Happy Holiday Edition; Settlement Cook Book, 1945; New Pillsbury Family Cookbook, 1973, 1975; Pillsbury’s Best 100 Recipes Bake-Off Collection; Pillsbury Kitchens’ Cookbook, 1979; Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book Revised, 1956; Good Housekeeping Cookbook, 1955; Better Homes and Gardens Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book, 1947; Golden Treasury of Cooking, 1973; Better Homes and Gardens Anyone Can Cook, 2007; Good Meals and How to Prepare Them, 1927; 1949 Good Housekeeping Cook Book w/ Dust Jacket; Better Homes Gardens Cook Book, 1947; a mint condition copy of the 1968 Betty Homes and Gardens New Cook Book; near-mint copy of the 1969 Betty Crocker’s Cookbook, binder edition; Betty Crocker’s New Picture Cook Book First Edition; Margaret Rudkin’s Pepperidge Farm Cook Book; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book, 1946; New Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book, 1981; American Cook Book, first edition, first printing, 1941; Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook, 1974; Good Housekeeping’s Book of Menus, Recipes, and Household Discoveries, 1922; Pillsbury Family Cook Book 1963 Edition; Better Homes and Gardens De Lux! 1943, Wartime Cooking Supplement; Good Housekeeping Cookbook, 1955; Good Housekeeping Cook Book, 1955; Betty Crocker’s New Picture Cook Book, 1961; Good Housekeeping Cookbook, 1963; American Woman’s Cook Book, 1972; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1944 Wartime Postscript; New Pillsbury Family Cookbook, 1975; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 1989; Illustrated Good Housekeeping Encyclopedic Cookbook, Three Volumes, 1965; Settlement Cook Book, 1948, in as-if-new condition; 1982 Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book; Golden Treasury of Cooking, 1973; Better Homes Gardens New Cook Book 1996; 1953, 1962 Better Homes and Gardens Cook Book in as-if-new condition; New Pillsbury Family Cookbook, 1973; Better Homes and Gardens New Cook Book, 2006, 14th Edition; Better Homes and Gardens All-Time Favorite Recipes, 1979, First Edition, First Printing; Betty Crocker’s Good and Easy Cookbook, 1996, First Edition; Cookbook by Stella Standard, 1965; My Better Homes and Gardens, 1930, 1937; Joy of Cooking, 1946, with dust jacket; as-if-new copy of Victory Binding, American Woman’s Cook Book, 1943; Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book 1945, Wartime Postscript; Edith Barber’s Cook Book, 1940, 1946; New Revised Updated McCall’s Cookbook, 1984; Joy of Cooking, 1946; Wise Encyclopedia of Cookery, 1949.