vintage cookbooks

I love vintage cookbooks. Some of my favorites are these local or regional ones that are put out by nonprofits, schools, churches. They are usually for fundraising.

I scored three the other day, all local to Chester County. This one from Grove Methodist is the best of the three. It could also be because that is one of my favorite little churches in Chester County.

My cookbook is from 1991. I can’t wait to try some of the recipes. This is one of those cookbooks that doesn’t have any Michelin stars attached, it’s just good home cooking.

You can find these little gems in many places – I found this one on eBay. I had seen it in somebody’s house years ago and I don’t know what made me think of it but I went looking for it.

I figure since we are still home so much because of COVID-19 some new recipes are in order! Thanks for stopping by happy Thursday!

2 thoughts on “vintage cookbooks

  1. Hi. I have several old cookbooks I’d love to give to any good home. The New Yo Times “Natural Fooks Bookbook”. Jean Hewitt 1971. (hardcover) Better Homes and Gardens “New Gook Book” (hardcover but with 5-ring binder inside. 1968 but 6th printing 1973.
    I also have several Gourmet Magazines I don’t drool over anymore.

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