New releases are exciting, but I also collect older and or unique volumes – some are downright bizarre. The most recent addition is a 1908 edition of “Household Discoveries and Mrs. Curtis’s Cookbook”. But I am equally proud of a copy of 1973’s “The New Joys of Jello”. What’s in your collection?
It's so beautifully arranged on the plate - you know someone's fingers have been all over it. - Julia Child
I also appreciate vintage cookbooks. My oldest dates to 1920s. It’s a “Good House Keeping” cookbook.
Fannie’s Last Supper by C Kimball may be of interest to you.
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