BRAND NAME COOKING - COOKBOOK LISTS
Looking for a list of cookbook titles or recipe booklets
associated with a particular brand name ingredient?
Looking for a list of cookbook titles that make up a
particular cookbook set?
You can find lists of popular cookbook sets and
publications by food manufacturers at the links below.
Both vintage cookbooks and newer booklets are included in
Housekeeping's Cookbook Series (American)
A still popular set of 20 cookbooks published in the late
1950's by Consolidated Book Publishers.
Housekeeping's Cookbook Series (British)
The British version of the Good Housekeeping cookbook series
published in London during the late 1950's and early 1960's.
Housekeeping's Fabulous 15
A set of 15 soft cover cookbooks published by Consolidated
Book Publishers in the 1960's.
A set of 18 cookbooks plus a separate Cross Reference Index,
first published in 1965 and reprinted several times during
McCall's Cooking School: Step-by-Step Directions for
This is a 3-volume set in ring binders that contains 576
recipes or "Recipages." They were published in the
1980s by McCall's Publishing.
This is a collection of 24 magazine issues that were
included with subscriptions to the McCall's Cooking School
Step-by-Step Directions for Mistake-Proof Recipes set.
There are a total of 24 different issues, published in the
The popularity of Betty Crocker's Bisquick recipe booklets
is as strong as ever.
A list of Betty Crocker recipe booklets and cookbooks
published by General Mills, by decade.
Publications from The Borden Company featuring products such
as Eagle Brand Milk, None Such Mincemeat, ice cream and
Eagle Brand Sweetened
Recipe booklets using another brand name ingredient whose
popularity never wanes.
Advertising cookbooks that date back to the 1920's for one
of the most well known brands of processed Chinese food
A list of a variety of booklets demonstrating the many uses
of aluminum foil.
USDA Farmer's Bulletins
These helpful booklets were printed by the government as a
service to farmers, consumers and homemakers.
USDA Home and Garden Bulletins
As more of the U.S. population moved away from farms and
rural areas and into cities, the government began printing
this series of booklets for consumers and homemakers.
USDA Agriculture Information
Another series of informational booklets printed for
consumers and homemakers by the government.
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