I always think older cook books look more homely and appetising than the ones these days :-)Have a cooktastic week :-)
I agree with Steve. The older ones use the more natural ingredients ;o)
Love old cook books. Best recipes.
Love the visual history of this iconic book.
They haven't really changed on the outside all that much over the years.
I own the last one, for about 38 years now. (got it for a wedding present)
Is it bad that I have yet to own one cookbook? I guess in the technological age, there really isn't the need for one. When I was younger, I remember reading the cookbooks that belonged to my mom. Hmm, thanks for giving me something to think about.Sophiatwentyfiveseasons.com
I have this cookbook and love it! It was handed down from my Gram.
It's interesting to see how they change . . . and how they don't change.http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2013/08/wordless-wednesday-look-what-i-found.html
LOVE LOVE LOVE this cookbook!!http://www.homeofohm.com/2013/08/wordlesswednesday-sisterly-love-at.html
That is one of my favorite cookbooks.
My mom has a few of those!
Holy cow, that is awesome! I didn't know they went that far back. I totally want the 1940s one...how great would it be to have the more simple, natural recipes??
Those cookbooks are a hoot!POSH
Thanks for hosting!
visiting via 'wordless wednesday blog hop' I too have this cook book - the more recent version - and I love it. My go to for salads. one of my fav is the taco salad.