the vintage cook::

There's nothing like taking out a vintage cookbook and tempting your taste buds with homemade recipes. According to Cookbook Village, here are their top ten most collectible cookbooks:

1.Betty Crocker's Cookbook pub: General Mills- copyright 1969

2.Betty Crocker's New Picture Cookbook pub: General Mills- copyright 1961

3.Treasury of Great Recipes- Authors: Mary and Vincent Price copyright 1961

4.Joy of Cooking- Authors: Irma Rombauer, Marion Rombauer Becker -copyright 1931

5.Mastering the Art of French Cooking by: Julia Child, Louisette Bertholle,Simone Beck.

6.The White House Cookbook- Author: Hugo Ziemam {First Addition 1887}

7.Women's Home Companion Cookbook- Editor: Dorothy Kirk {1942 First Addition}

8.Weight Watcher's Slow Good Super Slow-Cooker Cookbook {2005 First Addition}

9.Larousse Gastronomique - Author: Prosper Montagne {1961 First Addition}

10.The Good Cook Timelife Cookbook Series (Series of 28) Pub: Time Life, Editor: Richard Olney, copyright-1979-early 1980's

Do you have one of these top ten's in your kitchen? Which one is your all time favorite vintage cookbook?
Stop by www.cookbookvillage for vintage and used cookbooks. Awesome variety and great prices too.

                Enjoy your weekend cooking and maybe cooking with vintage ;)
                                                                             xxx Liz


Diane said...

Hmm... Don't think I have any of those, although
I do have a couple oldies. My fave is my Betty Crocker kids cookbook!

Hollie Joy In The Morning said...

I so enjoy cooking/baking out of old cookbooks! Especially my mom and grandma/s...thanks for sharing Liz!

Blessed Serendipity said...

I like the look of vintage cookbooks but nothing beats a box of hand written recipe cards even better if written by someone you know LOL :)

xo Danielle