No thanks to the fish and lima beans.Lima beans would be fine.But fish is not one of my favorites.Hubby would say just the opposite.smile.However, cookbooks are so much fun.Becky K.
I think I can pass on those recipes you offered....lol. I think that is such a treasure to have that old cookbook. How neat!
Old family cookbooks are a treasure! Those recipes are a hoot. Lima beans are one veggie I cannot eat! Also have to admit I have never eaten lamb. It just doesn't sound good to me. However, I'm sure there are some fantastic recipes in that book!I enjoy your "show and tell Fridays."
What a great treasure! I really liked seeing grandmas notes photo...I have letters, and cards from her that I like to look at from time to time...good memories!Love,April :-)
It seems odd to think of food as being "retro", but you're totally right. Recipes seem to have a certain life span then new ones appear. Remember when everyone made Jello Salad all the time? I can't remember when the last time I've eaten that.
Carol, How neat that you have that. I just love the pictures in old books, and I always love it when I run across a recipe written in my mother's handwriting. laurie
I like this post! I love the handwritten recipes in the back. So neat =) ...but those recipes..ugh! People's tastes were different back then! haha
Creamed lamb, I think I will politely say no thank you. You must really treasure that cookbook. I have a lot of cookbooks. My husband has more, he likes to cook on Sundays. I will admit that I find most of my recipes online, but I still love to sit and look through our collection. Glad to see 35 days until spring! denise
I love reading and looking at my mother and Grandmothers cookbooks.Patsy
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