Monday, April 9, 2012

What's Cookin' In The Cottage

I hope you all had a lovely Easter and enjoyed beautiful weather,  lots of Easter eggs and chocolate rabbits! While browsing in my kitchen and came across this vintage cookbook by Betty Crocker from the late 1950's and thought I would share it with you. Check out some of the pic's, it is really  fun to look back on theses. I love vintage and it even has a wedding cake with a cake topper just like mine:)  Today I'm linking up with  Etsy Cottage Style What's Cookin' In The Kitchen for the monthly blog hop. Enjoy, me I'm going back to browsin' to see what else I can cook up! Have a great week!

9 comments:

Dragonfly Treasure said...

I love looking through old cookbooks. Thanks for sharing!
*hugs*deb

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NanE said...

what a fun old cookbook! I remember that circus cake and I think there is a picture of my sister with one just like it, somewhere.

Along A Widowed Road said...

Hi Marilou,
Hope all is well your way.
Easter was a blessed one with my family. I love your cookbook post. I love the vintage photo's so great to look at the simplicity of it all.

Hugs, Viola

Melody said...

Oh I just love vintage cookbooks! And they are still so useful. Be it the recipes or just making ya smile at the pictures.

Jenny's Heart said...

They all look so yummy. Makes me want to bake!

Annesphamily said...

I saw this vintage cookbook and thought about my mother and how she always made "Baked Alaska". You gave me a wonderful flashback today! I hope your Easter was beautiful! Have a good week! Hgs and Blessings Anne

Ivy and Elephants said...

What a lovely memory you've inspired. It was such a joy to look through my MIL old cook books from when she taught Home Economics. Do they even have that any more??? Just proved that good food never goes out of style!
Hugs,
Patti
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Shirley said...

I love vintage cookbooks, vintage magazines, any thing vintage..I want to go back to the vintage period. Life was , well let's say life was very vintage! Guess it was just the best of the best!
~Shirley

Ms Bingles Vintage Christmas said...

Love you blog! I am your newest follower, nice to meet you~
Leticia