[Sca-cooks] OOP Odd "Cookbooks" Found
selene at earthlink.net
Mon Nov 6 07:17:57 PST 2006
I just ordered Volumes 2 and 3 and George The Housewife through
Alibris. I need some amusement value right about now.
Terry Decker wrote:
> It's not a vanity press job, but it is self published. They had a number of
> other books, such as "George the Housewife." Herter's originally supplied
> equipment for rural families in Minnesota and other sates around the Great
> Lakes, then went nationwide. Their catalog from the late 60's and early
> 70's was a treasure trove, that was considerably slimmed by the late 70's.
> I think they went under around 78 or 79.
>> Obvious vanity press job but full in interesting lore from one opinionated
>> tall-tale-teller's point of view. Hours of entertainment. I keep it
>> with "Americana" in my personal cookbook collection.
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