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Among the soup-to-nuts chapters, "Yesterdays Side Dishes--Today's Vegetarian Centerpiece," scores with main-dishes like First-Prize Onion Casserole and Welsh Rarebit. "Real Salads and Dandy Dressings" offers equally revivable fare like Brown Derby Cobb Salad and Green Goddess Dressing, while chapters on breads and sweets present the "nostalgic" likes of Monkey Bread, Lazy Daisy Cake, and Dainty Pralines. (Readers should know that other versions of some recipes have appeared in previous Cunningham works.) Illustrated, and with pithy excerpts on food and dining from writers ranging from Brillat-Savarin to Eric Schlosser, the book is another Cunningham treasure. --Arthur Boehm
I bought this book as a gift, but the recipes look really interesting to me--practical, sturdy, good food. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Susan Z. Douglas
This is a great cookbook for those who really love home cooking. It has wonderful tried-and-true recipes that everyone loves.Published 15 months ago by Pat S.
It's a cook book, I haven't tried any of the recipes yet, but eventually. please don't pester me anymore about this.Published 21 months ago by pat rice
I was expecting more old fashioned lost recipes. This book had a few, but I thought there would be more.Published on May 23, 2013 by Elizabeth Huonder
I rated this very high as it has a lot of old recipes.
Anyone who loves cook books would enjoy this, and it brings back memories! Read more
Since I am a foodie-I love the idea of thius book and contents. I checked it out of library, and enjoyed so much that ordered!Published on December 26, 2012 by suepen1
Had checked this cookbook out at the library and was fascinated with some of the recipes. New I wanted to own one and found a reasonably priced new copy on Amazon. Read morePublished on August 31, 2012 by A. M. Caldwell