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70045  Grace Club Auxiliary, Huntsville Heritage Cookbook. Huntsville, AL: Grace Club Auxiliary, 1972. 6th Printing (10,000), 387 (plus index) pages. One of the most successful charity cookbooks. It includes an entire chapter of watercress recipes, and this copy also includes the beginning (in pencil) of a recipe for "Gourmet Cabbage" on the back flyleaf. Fair to good condition but no dust jacket. $5.00

70048  Gross, Mary Anne, Baking Bread the Way Mom Taught Me. New York, Bantam Books, 1979. Edition unknown, 208 pages. 80 recipes for yeast breads, including sweet breads, sourdough breads, health breads, and meat and cheese breads. A few pen and ink drawings by the author. Some staining on cover and first page, but interior is clean, though pages are discoloring and getting a little brittle, as can be expected in paperbacks of this period. $2.50

70049  Hale, D. Everett, 300 Varieties of Sandwiches. Newark: American Publishing & Sales Co., 1953. Edition unknown, 15 pages. An advertising piece given out by the Suburban Propane Gas Corporation. Simple lists of sandwich fillings and ideas. Some wear and soiling as might be expected from its age, but binding is in fine shape. $5.50

70050  Hougen, Richard T. Look No Further, A Cookbook of Favorite Recipes from Boone Tavern Hotel, Berea College, Kentucky. Nashville, TN: Abingdon Press, 1955?. Edition unknown, 244 pages. A signed copy (as so many of Hougen's cookbooks are). DJ has small creases and tears, but book is clean and tight. $10.00

70054  Holmes, Martha, Martha Holmes Holiday Recipes. Chicago: Peoples Gas, 1967. Edition unknown, 16 pages. A gas company giveaway booklet of 100 recipes and tips, including cookies, breads, fruit cakes, some appetizers and soups, and so on. Good condition, with some aging of the pages and the covers, but no stains or tears. $4.00

70055  Howell, Leon, A Honey of a Cookbook. Kansas City: World Wide Publishing, 1972. Edition unknown, 62 pages. Published for Nickerson Farms, a noted apiary, every recipe in this booklet includes honey, from meat and vegetable dishes to desserts. There are illustrations, and the booklet also includes the legend of the Dogwood tree. Good condition, ring binding. $5.00

70060  Jacobs, Frank, The Highly Unlikely Celebrity Cookbook. New York: New American Library, 1964. First printing, 64 pages. Liver and Onions by "Dear Abby" and Casey Stengel's Angel Food Cake, among other recipes. Well, not really. Back cover says the book is for those "with an appetite for satire." Illustrated with line drawings by Mad magazine's Mort Drucker. Exterior is not in great shape: there are some stains (on the back) and wrinkles (on the front) on the covers. But the interior is clean and marred only by some bending of the top right of each page. $12.00

70065  Junior League of Corpus Christi, Fiesta, Favorite Recipes of South Texas. Corpus Christi, TX: Junior League, 1975. 3rd printing (10,000), 298 pages (and index). One of the most popular community cookbooks of the 1970s, this copy includes a handwritten recipe for Sour Dough Starter on back flyleaf. Printed cover, no dustjacket; otherwise, book is in very good condition. $5.00

70070  Kerr, Graham, Graham Kerr's Television Cookbook, Volume One. Freemantle International, no date. Edition unknown, 126 pages. An early cookbook with traditional recipes from one of the original television chefs. Illustrations. No DJ, printed cover, overall good condition. $10.00

70072  Killeen, Jacqueline, 101 Secrets of California Chefs. San Francisco, CA: 101 Productions, 1972. 4th printing, 192 pages. Recipes from many cultures, though "French" predominates, and these are the traditional restaurants of the era. Cover is a bit worn and tired, but the interior is pristine. $5.00

70080  Ladies Auxiliary of the Homestead Welfare Club, Amana Colony Recipes. Homestead, IA: Amana Colony, n.d. Edition unknown, 120 pages. Recipes and some history of the Amana colonies, a cooperative Pietist community with group kitchens for most of their history in the United States (up to the 1930s). The colonies are still known for the German-inflected food offered in their many restaurants. This edition probably printed in the 1970s or 1980s, but the material is copyright 1948. No dustjacket, but the cover has a nice illustration printed on it. Very good condition overall. $10.00

70082  Le Sage, Jean Dumont, 1001 Famous Recipes. Cicero, IL: Central Federal Savings and Loan, 1940. Edition unknown, probable first, 160 pages. Recipes from a noted home economist of the period, offered by a local Illinois S&L to its customers as its Golden Anniversary Souvenir. A number of versions of this cookbook exist; they seem to have been a popular gift from banks in the midwest to their customers. Ring binding, no DJ. Gold cardboard covers are worn and soiled, but interior is generally good with only a few cooking stains. $5.00

70085  Levy, Faye, 30 Low-Fat Vegetarian Meals in 30 Minutes. New York: Warner Books, 1997. First printing, 165 pages. Paperback. Complete menus arranged by type (Pasta, Beans, etc). Includes an index. Very good condition (appears unused/unread). $5.00

70086  Liles, Jean Wickstrom, Country Living Recipes. Birmingham: Oxmoor House, Inc., 1983. 2nd printing, 119 pages. Softcover, illustrated with black and white photographs and line drawings. Includes "all of the recipes published in Progressive Farmer in 1981 plus over one hundred country classic recipes from previous issues...". Very good condition, just some slight wear to the edges of the cover and a one-inch visible creasing to the lower back cover. $3.00

70090  Madison, Deborah, This Can't be Tofu! New York: Broadway Books, 2000. First edition,132 pages. More than 6 dozen recipes that use tofu, including appetizers, soups, salads, even "smoothies." Also includes information on buying and keeping various sorts of tofu. There is a sticker signed by the author tucked into the copy. Soft cover, no dustjacket, but in very good condition, just a little wear to the bottom edges of the covers. $12.00

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