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Betty Crocker's Baking Classics Hardcover – March 12, 1981

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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 112 pages
  • Publisher: Random House, Inc; 1st edition edition (1979)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0394518837
  • ISBN-13: 978-0394518831
  • Product Dimensions: 10.1 x 8.1 x 0.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #534,429 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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My first copy of this book was entitled "Gold Medal: A Century of Success Cookbook" and was offered free with Gold Medal Flour proofs of purchase. I have loved the recipes from the first time I used one and tried to find another copy of the book years later with no luck. Then I discovered that the title had been changed and "Voila", was very pleased to be able to get a second copy for our summer camp. These are the old, tried and true recipes our mothers used and my favorite is for the potato yeast bread; an easy, never-fail recipe that is delicious. If you like to bake, this is the book for you.
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Love this cookbook- this really my all time favorite book. The recipes are spot on and ALWAYS come out delicious. Tried and true collection of good comfort food- from dinners, breads, and desserts. I purchased for a good friend of mine because its just that good.
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I have an original copy of this book and am "of an age" to have spent a good deal of time in the kitchen feeding family and friends. The recipes in this book are solid, tasty, and uncomplicated for the too busy women of today who can only cook on the weekends..if then. When I scan today's cookbooks I am usually disappointed by the lack of REALLY good recipes that don't require TIME or odd ingredients...food is food...meant to eat and enjoy, not dread preparing or worse...relying on prepared, chemically infused concoctions from the store. When you cook from scratch, you can control fat and sugar content and include NO chemicals. Highly recommend!
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This is the same book published in 1979 for the 100 years of Gold Medal. Excelent recipes with homey flavor.
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This really is a classic and well worth owning. I go back to this cookbook again and again and every recipe that I've tried has turned out great...and also reminds me of things my grandma and other relatives used to make and bring to family events and holidays. My favorite happens to be the recipe for the fruit cobbler, one that you can use different kinds of fruit with. It was great with fresh rhubarb. I took some to a party and it vanished in just a few minutes.

The recipes are fairly simple, so should be good for a beginner baker. There are pies, cakes, cookies, savory entres, and pastries of all kinds with lots of full color pictures of the finished goodie. There are also some frosting recipes that go along with a few of the cakes. This would be a good cookbook to buy as a gift, perhaps with a nice 9X13 pan or a couple of round cake pans or a pretty pie tin.
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My mom gave this to me for my birthday, many moons ago. This is definitely one of my favorite cookbooks, one that I return to time and again for everything from main course, to breads, to desserts, cookies, and cakes. I like this because the recipes are tried and true, and the number of recipes is not overwhelming. There are pictures of every recipe offered, plus step by step on some. In addition, "Betty" provides history and interesting facts about Betty Crocker and Gold Medal in little blurbs throughout the book. In fact, one of my favorite recipes is one not found in the index, but instead is found in one of the tiny images of an ad run in a magazine back in the 40's. I scrounged up a magnifying glass and figured out what the recipe called for. It's easy to make, and super delicious. Found on page 63 of my book and entitled "Leftover Turkey can be Exciting!," the recipe for Creamy Meat Pie has never failed to elicit appreciative words from my family and guests.
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