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|Title||:||BETTY CROCKER'S NEW BOYS AND GIRLS COOK BOOK|
|Number of Pages||:||156 Pages|
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BETTY CROCKER'S NEW BOYS AND GIRLS COOK BOOK Reviews
The copy we have in our kitchen was my husband's as a kid, so likely dates from the 1960s. It's the best brownie recipe I've encountered--bar none. (Plus, it'd make for a great conference paper in gender roles as the artwork is a hoot!)
This was my first cookbook as a kid and was instrumental in my getting my girl scout cooking badge. I made Mad Hatter Meatballs and doubled the recipe! My notations are still there in pencil. I remember it being very involved for my kiddie mind.
I started using this book when I was just a wee little girl and I still refer to it today, though I am no longer wee or little.
Dates approximate. I saw this in a HPB and got curious, because apparently it had lots of weird 50s experimental recipes. Checked it out from the library. IIRC, it did have a couple.
This was more for mommy than Kristofer ...LOL...it's cute, simple and totally retro!! I remember this one from my elementary school when I was a young'in!