Goodmorning, NellieWOW 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:)
I used to have that book, I think. I love Betty Crocker's cookbooks. My main one from her is falling apart. xo Diana
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!
That page looks like it has had some lovin'.
What a nice collection of cookbooks you have.
I love molasse cookies
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
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
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!
Oh how delicious that has to be. I love molasses anyway!
I have an old Amy Vanderbilt cookbook given to me when I was first married. 1000 years ago.
I like that recipe. I need to get rid of some of my cookbooks. :) I have tons of Taste of Home too. :)
Don't you just love the old cookbooks? I really think the recipes were so much better!Blessings,Gert
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!