Wednesday, December 10, 2014

For Wednesday....

There are these other Betty Crocker cookbooks that receive use throughout the year, but the most recent one I've used is this one:

This has been in my cookbook library for many, many years!  It is the source of the recipe for the Molasses Crinkles that were pictured on the past post.


Wonderfully flavored cookie for this season - or any season!  Enjoy!

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15 comments:

  1. Goodmorning, Nellie
    WOW you have quite a collection of Betty Crocker books. I don't think I've ever seen that Weekend Breakfast edition. Of course, the Cooky Book is one of my favorites too:)

    Thank you so much for sharing, Nellie...I do hope you will be linking up to Cookbook Wednesday:)

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  2. I used to have that book, I think. I love Betty Crocker's cookbooks. My main one from her is falling apart. xo Diana

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  3. I do not have very many BC cookbooks, but I have quite a wide selection of others. These all look very good, and I'm sure you've treated us to many delights over the years. Have a wonderful Wednesday, Sister, and thanks for that recipe!

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  4. That page looks like it has had some lovin'.

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  5. What a nice collection of cookbooks you have.

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  6. Nellie, I knew you had a secret...it's those books. LOL...no I think some people are just born to be good cooks. It sure not me. :):) Bless you, xoxo,Susie

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  7. Hi Nellie...Mmmmm, those look so good.

    So glad you told me that one could just push "publish" and forego doing those stupid numbers. I didn't put that on my blog, Nellie. Don't know how that got there.

    Thanks for all your visits. Susan

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  8. Betty Crocker cookbooks are wonderful indeed, so down to earth. I love that you featured the cookie cookbook right before Christmas, which is, to me, prime cookie season!

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  9. Oh how delicious that has to be. I love molasses anyway!

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  10. I have an old Amy Vanderbilt cookbook given to me when I was first married. 1000 years ago.

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  11. I like that recipe. I need to get rid of some of my cookbooks. :)
    I have tons of Taste of Home too. :)

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  12. Don't you just love the old cookbooks? I really think the recipes were so much better!

    Blessings,
    Gert

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  13. How wonderful to see your favorite cookbooks, Nellie! I have a couple Betty Crocker Cookbooks form years ago that I received when I was first married. The cookie book looks like a gem--I'll have to see if my library has a copy of that!

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