Etsy Picks of the Week No.2The internet is like being able to window shop at the biggest store in the world. I can literally spend hours browsing Etsy, wishing I could buy all the things.
So here are five more cookbooks I'd like to share with you!
1. The Family Circle Cake & Cooky Cookbook (1953)
At first I was all, "wow, check out that minimalistic artwork!" Then I saw the back cover. I'm sorry, but that gingerbread man is creepy. Also, I love when cookbooks use the older spelling of "cooky."
2. The Revised Rumford Complete Cook Book (1940)
This book looks like a classic, meant to be a sort of bible for the housewife. I love the color images used as well. That turkey dinner actually has my mouth watering...
3. The New York Times Heritage Cook Book (1972)
I love cookbooks which focus on regional cuisine because its so interesting! This is a modern cookbook, but I'm sure many of the recipes inside have a great history. It seems that the author was a reporter who traveled across the United States, recording these recipes.
Magical blender recipes! Yes, yes, yes! And actually, those frozen dessert recipes all look surprisingly modern and tasty. I would love to see more of this one. I'm sure its a goldmine inside - the description says it includes recipes for meats and gelatin.
5. Die Klosterkuche von Worishofen (1894)
This gorgeous book is a 19th century cookbook from Germany. The typography is beautiful, printed in Old Germanic script. I love the blue cover as well. The title translates to The Monastery Kitchen of Wörishofen. Wörishofen is a town in Germany, and a Dominican monastery was completed there in 1721.