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100 New Bundt Ideas: A World of Bundt Pan Cookery for All Occasions
1 100 New Bundt Ideas: A World of Bundt Pan Cookery for All Occasions
Pillsbury Co 1977 Booklet Used 91 pages 
CONTENTS:
Breads
Salads
Scratch Cakes
Main dishes
Desserts
Cakes

CONDITION:
Cover has light creasing, bent corners, and edge wear 
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500 Tasty Snacks - Ideas For Entertaining
2 500 Tasty Snacks - Ideas For Entertaining
Culinary Arts Institute 1950 softcover booklet used 48 pages 
Contents:
Bread and Pastry Snacks
Sandwiches and Spreads
Cold Canapes
Hot Canapes
Cold Hors D'oeuvres
Hot Hors D'oeuvres
Hot Entrees
Cold Entrees
Salad Bowls
Salad Platters
Jellied Salads
Salad Plates
Frozen Salads
Sweet Snacks
Garnishes and Displays

Condition: Pages have edge soil and corner wear. Cover is torn and has rubbing wear, creases, tears, and wear to the edges and corners. 
Price: 5.00 USD

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A Treasury of Prize Filbert Recipes
3 A Treasury of Prize Filbert Recipes
Oregon Filbert Commission 1973 3rd edition plastic comb binding used 128 pages 
Contents:
Snacks
Salads and Main Dishes
Ball Cookies
Bar Cookies
Dipped Cookies
Drop Cookies
Filled Cookies
Meringue Cookies
Molded Cookies
No Bake Cookies
Refrigerator Cookies
Rolled Cookies
Bread & Coffee Cake
Tarts
Cakes and Desserts
Candy
Meatless Dishes

Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases, edge tears, soil, and wear to the edges and corners. 
Price: 5.23 USD

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Better Recipes with Jewel Shortening
4 Better Recipes with Jewel Shortening
Swift & Company (no date) vintage booklet used 22 pages 
Contents:
Breads
Cake
Entrees and Luncheon Dishes
Meat, Poultry, Fish
Miscellaneous
Pastry
Vegetables

Some recipes:
Bread-crumb Griddle cakes
Jelly Corn Muffins
Fruit Cake
Fudge Cake
Fudge Filling
Doughnuts
Brownies
Creamed Eggs with Pimento Sauce
Ham Croquettes with Peanut Butter Sauce
Rice Crouquettes
Lamb Souffle
Veal Birds
Spanish Liver
Mock Oysters
and others

Condition: Pages have creases, corner wear, and one has notes written in ink. Cover has creases, soil, tears, and wear to the edges and corners. 
Price: 11.00 USD

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Capper's Farmer magazine 1955 March
5 Capper's Farmer magazine 1955 March
Cappers Publications Inc. March 1955 Volume 66 No. 3 magazine used 114 pages 
Contents:
Livestock:
They sell over 1,000 purebred hogs a year - here's why
Hog men get a lesson from broiler growers
Cattle spread trefoil
Good beef gains from sorgo pasture
Atomic energy helping eradicate screwworm flies
Fatten lambs on soys?
Tough times ahead for lardy hogs
Corn Belt produces 77.6 percent of hogs
Way to make more meat

Management:
A look ahead
Foresight
My farm problem in Dad!
What would you do with this farm?
How to make a lease for a irrigated farm
This honey stops traffic

Machinery and Equipment:
It's new for home and farm
Dress up those masonry walls
Farm shop
Here come the new tools
Stretch those rubber miles
It's handy

Poultry:
He crowds hens on floor but not at feeders
There's money in built-up litter
Send 'em to noodlepot!
Water saves chick feed
Took home disease

Farm Policy:
Watching the Washington scene

Soil Conservation:
Dust bowl or bread basket?
Keep those waterways working

Crops:
Growers want tighter grades on soybeans
Nitrogen plus chemicals extra hard on pests
Vigin soil, phooey!
10 easy steps to pasture profits
How corn-growing champions do it!

Dairy:
Builds dairy herd and farm together
Prevents bruised knees
You can slash milk costs with better forages
New way to clean milker rubbers
Silage aids rumen bugs

Gardening:
Garden crops respond to foliage fertilizer
How we grow sweet potatoes
She lets her husband in on the fun
How much is a farm garden worth?

Country Home:
The third time - it's charming
Straws in the wind
Pretty and practical

Foods:
Mom's best old-time puddings
A new crimp in cherry tarts
Country cooking
Is fish your dish?

Clothing:
Two patterns - nine outfits!
Your glove life

Condition: Pages are age toned. Cover has address sticker, tears, creases, smearing, and wear to the edges and corners. 
Price: 8.25 USD

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Crafting Traditions magazine 1995 November/December
6 Crafting Traditions magazine 1995 November/December
Reiman Publications November/December 1995 Volume 14, No. 2 magazine used 67 pages 
Contents:
Happy Thanksgiving. Turn Turkey Day into a real feast with four country-flavored projects for your dinner table:
Bountiful Basket Table Set
Thanksgiving Tin Punch
Gobbler Nut Cups
Turkey Napkin Holder

Outdoor Decor. Next in our series on outdoor beauty if a cheerful idea that's designed to keep you on your toes: Noel Doormat

Club Connection. Our group project this time is a quick-to-craft ornament that's been outfitted for lots of fun! - Country Skier

Deck the Halls. Adorning your home for a tree-trimming party - or any joyous Christmas occasion - is simple, thanks to the festive projects and recipes arranged here:
Tatted Button Necklace
Pine 'n' Poinsettia Sweater (knit)
Quick Cookie Tree Trims
Fabric Scraps Garland
Mr. and Mrs. Claus
Pine Tree Sign
Raffia Angels
Plaid Bell Decorations
Hardanger Coasters
Angel Tree Skirt
Wooden Nativity

Recipes:
White Christmas Chili
Festive Ham 'N' Cheese Bread
Merry Berry Appetizer
Hot Cocoa Mix
Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice
Spiced Nuts

Crafting With Taste. This time, our well-seasoned series raises an idea that is rooted in plenty of holiday history: Gingerbread Tree Centerpiece

Cookie and Gift Exchange. Presenting more than 20 delightfully fun ideas to craft and cook for everyone on your list.
Sweetly Seasonal Recipe Card Holder
'Moorry Christmas' Tin
Rudolph Cookie Keeper
Embellished Gift Bag
Santa Claus apron
Lacy Holiday Afghan (crochet)
Country Kriss (doll)
Merry Bears Sweatshirt
Wooden Stocking Container
Poinsettia Basket
Bright Christmas Quilt
Quick Clay Tie Tacks
Crocheted Santa Treat Bag
Appliqued Stocking
Festive Slippers (crochet)
Holly Bib

Recipes:
Cherry Christmas Slices
Wishing Cookies
Holiday Shortbread
Chocolate Snappers
Cherry-Almond Balls
Pecan Stars
Snowflake Bar Cookies

Birthday Party Planner. Add the season's spirit to your birthday celebration with this very merry game and cake:
Yule Log
Happy Holiday Birthday Game
Country Tree Trims Contest Winners:
Cross-Stitched Tree Trimmers
Terra-Cotta 'Home Sweet Home' Hanger
Country Noel Angel
Stenciled Pottery Balls
Gingerbread Kids Tiles
Santa Ornaments

Condition: Pages and cover have creases and edge and corner wear. 
Price: 5.50 USD

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Crochet Fantasy's Christmas Special 1984
7 Crochet Fantasy's Christmas Special 1984
All American Crafts Inc. 1984 Volume 3, No. 7 magazine used 63 pages 
35 unique and original ways to say Merry Christmas with crochet. Decorations, gifts, clothing, and toys.

Contents:
2 different round doilies
bread tray doily
2 different coasters
Green and white square doily
Flowered Stocking
Christmas Stocking
Victorian Stocking
Filet Mantel Border
Trivet Cover
Table center with red roses
Tree doily
Crocheted Snowflake
Centerpiece
Place setting doily - 10 inch
Place setting doily - 5 inch
Place setting doily - 8 inch
Red Hat
Blue Hat
Green Hat
V Striped Top
Gift Money Bag
Crocheted Gift Box
Blue collar
Collar
Collar with Tassels
Filet Yoke with Cap Sleeves
Filet Yoke for Nightgown
Pillow case trim - 3 1/2 inch wide
Pillow case trim - 1 1/2 inch wide
Pillow case trim - 4 inch wide
Rose Net
Hexagonal Mat
Crocheted Frog
Mouse candy dish
Football or PJ Bag
Toy Fish
Octopus
Dice

Condition: Pages have creases, corner wear, and some have soiled spots. Cover has creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
Price: 6.60 USD

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For the Love of Cross Stitch magazine 1991 July
8 For the Love of Cross Stitch magazine 1991 July
Leisure Arts Inc. July 1991 Volume 4, Number 1 magazine used 29 pages 
Contents:
  • Bits and Pieces. Editor's Scrapbook. Gathering with loved ones on the Fourth of July is a great way to celebrate the nation's birthday.
  • Heartwarming Gifts. Blue Ribbon Honors. These blue-ribbon designs will remind your family and friends that they're Number 1 with you.
  • Cross Stitch Classic. A matter of love. Fashioned into a bellpull, this wedding keepsake heralds the tradition of romance.
  • Welcome, Friend. A friend will love this delicate design and thoughtful verse.
  • In Good Taste. American Pie. Our patriotic design and pie recipe are ingredients for a grand Fourth of July.
  • Just for Christmas. Sleepy Santa. Santa makes his way to bed after fulfilling the Christmas dreams of young and old.
  • Portrait of a Designer. Lorraine Birmingham. Lorraine Birmingham has it all - a supportive husband, four loving children, and a successful free-lance art career.
  • Collections - Part 1. Adorable Angels. Love, a childlike angel, begins a three-part series by Lorraine Birmingham.
  • Highlight. Beach Towel. Our colorful alphabet lets you personalize the new beach towel from Daniel Enterprises.
  • Something Special. The Keeper of the Lighthouse. This majestic scene pays tribute to the lighthouse keepers who help guide ships to safety.
  • Easy Does It. Floral Mini Cloths. We show you how to create four charming gifts from one standard bread cloth.

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases and wear to the corners. 
    Price: 5.00 USD

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    For the Love of Cross Stitch magazine 1997 November
    9 For the Love of Cross Stitch magazine 1997 November
    Leisure Arts November 1997 Volume 10 Number 3 magazine Used 30 pages 
    24 projects.
    Contents:
    Highlight - Dusty Rose Anne Cloth
    Portrait of a Designer - Lois Winston. Apple Alphabet.
    The Witch Is In - throw pillow
    Collections Part I - Earth Angels
    Purr-fect Holiday Wreath - interchangeable mini pillows embellished with festive felines displayed on a charming wreath
    Home Cooking Served Here - on a magnet. Towel with bears and recipe for Pumpkin Bread
    Santa Stop Here door sign
    Heartwarming Gifts
    Cross Stitch Quilt Block Sampler

    Condition: Very good used condition. 
    Price: 6.88 USD

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    Jesse: The Country Harvest Collection for the Kitchen
    10 Jesse: The Country Harvest Collection for the Kitchen
    Millcraft, Inc. 1982 stapled softcover used 12 pages Marci Glynn artist 
    Patterns and instructions for cross stitch. Projects include:
    Jesse with Broom
    Jesse with Bread
    Towels
    Give Thanks
    A Friendly Kitchen
    Basket of Flowers
    Jesse & Abby with Churn
    Jesse & Abby Stirring Up Love
    Hearth Fire

    Instructions use 14 or 18 count fabric.

    Condition: Cover has creases, soil, marked out price sticker. Pages are clean and unmarked. 
    Price: 3.30 USD

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    Kitchen Lace jar lid, bread cloth lace trim crochet patters
    11 Kitchen Lace jar lid, bread cloth lace trim crochet patters
    Oxmoor House, Inc. 1995 single page used 
    Crochet patterns for jar lid cover and bread cloth lace trim. Jar lid cover fits 2 1/2" jar lid. "Make sweet country accents for your own table or for hot-selling bazaar fare with homespun jar lid and bread cloth trim." Designed by Eunice Svinicki. 
    Price: 3.00 USD
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    Pillsbury Classics of the Month, Cookbook Calendar Issue
    12 Pillsbury Classics of the Month, Cookbook Calendar Issue
    The Pillsbury Company 1985 booklet used 46 pages 
    Pillsbury Classic #59
    Contents:
    first 23 pages are a calendar. The second 23 pages are recipes.

    Recipes:
    Oriental Dumpling Soup
    Teriyaki Stir-Fried Vegetables
    Chocolate Lovers' Cake
    Zebra Brownies
    Fish Fillets Primavera
    Lemon Nutmeg Muffins
    Jelly Bean Confetti Cake
    Charlotte Russe de Strawberry
    Cashew Chicken Sandwich Roll
    Apricot Sunburst Bread
    Marinated Melon Melange
    Spicy Barbecued Chicken
    Upper Crust Pizza Pie
    Peach Yogurt Parfait
    Pork Chop Skillet Dinner
    Country Apple Kuchen
    Rum Chiffon Pie
    International Brews
    Fresh Vegetable Wreath with Anchovy Dip

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover is creased and lightly worn. 
    Price: 5.23 USD

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    Pocket Potholders 1950
    13 Pocket Potholders 1950
    Star Book 1950 No. 69 booklet Used 15 pages 
    CROCHET PATTERNS:
    Strawberry potholder
    Perky pig
    Hot dog
    Pansy
    Daisy
    Rose
    Western boot
    Sombrero
    Hobby horse
    Danny duck
    Rosie apple
    Ginger bread boy
    Freddy frog
    American modern
    Rice puddin" "n raisins

    Condition Cover has creasing & bent corner, spine fold torn of the way down from the top, some page folds torn similarly 
    Price: 9.97 USD

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    Rawleigh's Good Health Guide Almanac Catalog
    14 Rawleigh's Good Health Guide Almanac Catalog
    The W. T Rawleigh Company 1936 softcover booklet used 32 pages 
    Contents:
    Facts About the 1936 Calendar Year
    Welcome Your Rawleigh Dealer
    Month by month almanac information
    Reliability and Usefulness (health products)
    Scientifically Made Products (Rawleigh)
    Delightful extracts and flavors
    What the Public Prefers (ready made packaged preparations)
    Light, Creamy Desserts - recipes
    Cough and Cold Medicines and their use
    What to have stocked on your medicine shelves
    Food Specialties (Rawleigh)
    What to Do with Cocoa - recipes
    Safe, Practical Pain Medicines
    The World's Best Spices
    Spicy Ways to Make Foods Tasty
    Tempting Cakes and Bread - recipes
    Jellies, Jams, Salad Dressings - recipes
    Toilet Preparations (Rawleigh bathroom products)
    Salves and Ointments
    Tonics and Alternatives
    Laxative Medicines
    Poultry Raiser's Supplies
    Veterinary Supplies
    Cleansers, Polishes, insecticides, household supplies

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases, edge and corner wear, soiled spots, and tears by the staples. Staples are rusty. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Taste of Home magazine 2004 April
    15 Taste of Home magazine 2004 April
    Reiman Media April/May 2004 Volume 12, Number 2 magazine used 67 pages 
    Contents:
  • Potluck Pleasers. Tasty take-along foods include zesty pasta sauce, broccoli salad, Italian bread and brownies.
  • Editor's Favorite Meal. Utah's Edie DeSpain serves tender pork chops with dressing as her menu mainstay.
  • Meal in Minutes. Whip up a colorful stir-fry, mini muffins and an old-fashioned cobbler in just a half hour.
  • Rhubarb's Ready. A pretty punch and delectable pie are among an array of treats showcasing rhubarb's flavor.
  • Mom's Best Meal. Sharing treasured recipes, a Wisconsin reader recalls Mom's memorable Sunday dinner.
  • Welcoming a New Arrival. This reader invited couples to a baby shower, so casual food and fun fit the crowd.
  • Let's Have Lamb. Enjoy lamb at its best using the recipes readers recommend for preparing various cuts.
  • Good for You. There's no cutting back on great taste with these recipes that are lower in fat, salt, or sugar.
  • Frugal Fare. This meal of satisfying salmon chowder, salad and herb bread costs only $1.73 per serving.
  • Clip & Keep Cards. Asparagus contest winners along with other outstanding recipes star in our card section.
  • Cooking for One or Two. Recipes tailored for singles and couples yield home-cooked taste . . . and few leftovers.
  • What's for Dessert? Any of the delectable suggestions in our sweet selection will top off a meal with flair.
  • Cooking Up a Business. Meet this mix-maker who makes baking so easy, plus an inventor of a unique pan.
  • Late-Night Snacks. When the day's nearly over and a hunger pang hits, try one of these tempting choices.
  • Recipe Index

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover ahs light wear. 
    Price: 3.85 USD

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    Tested Recipes With Blue Ribbon Malt Extract
    16 Tested Recipes With Blue Ribbon Malt Extract
    Premier Malt Products 1951 Booklet Used 20 pages 
    CONTENTS:
    Beverages
    Bread and rolls
    Cakes
    Candies
    Cheese dishes
    Deep fat frying
    Desserts
    Icings
    Meats
    Omelets
    Pies
    Vegetable dishes

    CONDITION:
    Cover has light creasing, bent corners, and edge wear, soiled spots on front cover and some pages 
    Price: 4.68 USD

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    The China Decorator magazine 1989, March
    17 The China Decorator magazine 1989, March
    March 1989 Vol 34, No. 3 magazine used 47 pages 
    Contents:
    Floral and Air Brushing, D Harvat
    Iris, C Klein
    Janene Hogancamp, her students
    A Rose Lamp, M Crowley
    Fun With Kewpies, D Trent
    Iris, P Dawson
    Hunting Easter Eggs, C Woods
    What's In a House Number, S Kibler
    Thank God, I'm Left Handed, S Hall
    Raspberries, J Stewart
    Large Vase with Roses, B Duncan
    Painting with Iron Reds, J Berlew
    Come Paint With Me, J Berlew
    Beverly Miles, her students
    Your Questions Answered
    Child's Bread and Milk Set, oldie
    Iris, H Palmer
    Service Plate, M Dibble
    Hearts, Bells & Flowers, M Gottuso
    A Cottontail, A Mangum
    Chop Plate, N White
    Love: Newfoundland Style, D Friess
    The English Countryside, H Matheson
    Doily Plate, M Lillie
    Poppies and Blues, P Nickerson
    Bunny, H Palmer
    Design for Plate, N Wood
    Double Violets, P Collins
    Easter Eggs, J Nolen

    Condition: Magazine is in good condition. Pages are age toned. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 6.00 USD

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    The Mother Earth News  magazine 1973 #24
    18 The Mother Earth News magazine 1973 #24
    The Mother Earth News 1973 No 24 magazine Used 131 pages 
    CONTENTS:
    Heat your house with "free" methane
    It's a mincemeat day
    Grow your own grain
    Split shingles with a from
    Stovepipe power
    Wind power
    Potato water bread
    Do-it-youself toys
    Water power
    Solar energy
    New directions radio
    The herdsman's handbook
    Low cost land in Wisconsin
    A vegetarian thanksgiving
    John Cole on the post-industrial-age
    The home business of hand-lettering
    Make a sheepskin coat

    Special alternative energy issue

    Condition cover has creasing, rubbing wear, & bent corners, cover and pages are age toned, back cover has soiled spots 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    The Spectator magazine 1938 May 7
    19 The Spectator magazine 1938 May 7
    The Spectator Publishing Co. May 7, 1938 Vol. LXIII No. 14 magazine used 16 pages 
    Contents:
    Cover: Susan, Flagship of the Portland Yacht Club fleet

    Statements Furnished by Candidates or Their Friends:
    Coe A. McKenna for Republican Legislator
    John B. McCourt Again Aspires to be Member of Legislature
    Sayre Will Urge Fewer Laws But Strict Enforcement
    Wide Interest in Sprague Campaign
    Harry T. Capell Aspirant for Democratic Representative
    Robert E. Duniway, Candidate for Republican Representative
    The Spectator of 1932 Endorses John W. McCulloch
    America's Way May Be Best
    Henry and President Break Bread
    Democrats Brighten Republican Hopes

    Review of Candidates:
    Supreme Court
    Circuit Court, Department No. 6
    District Court
    District Attorney
    County Commissioners
    Country Auditor

    Cheerful Chatter
    Killing Two Birds with One Dollar
    Selling Liquor to Drunks

    On Information and Belief

    Statements by Candidates:
    "He Has Made Good" is Slogan of Commissioner Ralph C. Clyde
    Allan Rinehart Seeks Nomination for State Representative
    Frank Deich Seeks Re-election for State Representative
    Judge Hendrickson is Candidate for Re-election
    A Women's Stapleton for Judge Club Formed

    Society:
    Down the Aisle
    Pre-Nuptial Events
    After Noon
    Annual Tea
    Musical Tea
    At Your Club
    In the Evening
    Incidentally
    Special Programs Planned
    League Elections

    Theater
    What Women Are Doing
    Music
    Art
    Fire Hours Left (short story) by Vera Joyce Nelson

    Sportlights
    Multnomah Athletic club
    Oregon Women's Golf Association
    Civic Horse Show Results
    New Horses
    Legal Notices

    Condition: Pages are age toned, have edge tears, and wear to the edges and corners. Cover has library name stamped, State Relief Committee stamped, and address sticker for Elmer R Goudy. 
    Price: 7.70 USD

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    What Shall I Cook Today?
    20 What Shall I Cook Today?
    Lever Brothers Company (no date) booklet used 48 pages, 5 1/2 inches by 7 inches tall 
    124 thrifty, healthful tested recipes featuring Spry Vegetable Shortening.

    Contents:
    Deep Frying
    Shallow Frying
    Sauteing
    Two-Crust Pies
    One-Crust Pies
    Tarts and Patties
    Meat Pies
    Spry Pastry Mix
    Cakes
    Frostings
    Cookies
    Breads
    Desserts

    Some recipes:
    Orange Tea Doughnuts
    Molasses Doughnuts
    Celery Fritters
    Clam Fritters
    Salmon Cutlets
    Corn and Egg Cutlets
    Deviled Oysters
    Stuffed Meat Loaf
    Onion Stuffing
    Texas Hash
    Armenian Rice
    Concord Grape Pie
    Rhubarb and Pineapple Pie
    Cranberry Apple Pie
    Easy Mince Pie
    Butterscotch Pie
    New England Squash Pie
    Orange Coconut Pie
    Crimple Crust Chicken Pie
    Sweet Potato Pork Pie
    Double Fudge Cake
    Milk Chocolate Cake
    Butterscotch Cake
    Peanut Butter Cup Cakes
    White Fudge Icing
    Creole Frosting
    Toasted Walnut Filling
    Chocolate Mint Wafers
    Date Bars
    Molasses Taffy Squares
    Skillet Corn Bread
    Southern Biscuits
    Cheese Biscuits
    Christmas Bread
    Brown Betty
    Pineapple Upside Down Cake
    Gingerbread
    Steamed Chocolate Pudding
    Steamed Fig Pudding
    and others

    Condition: Pages have edge and corner wear. Cover is very worn with creases, tears, soil and edge and corner wear. 
    Price: 5.23 USD

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