New Pamphlet Round-Up #3!

It’s been more than 6 months since I did a pamphlet round-up and, as I once again have about 0.5 cubic feet of pamphlets in my office, it seems like a good time. These haven’t officially made their way into the Culinary Pamphlet Collection just yet (and I have one item below that’s going into the Culinary Ephemera Collection), but they should be soon. On a side note, we’ve also started acquiring some items that will be the start of our new Agricultural Ephemera Collection, but I’ll save that for a future post.

First up, a couple of items to help prepare you for the Thanksgiving holiday, include turkey tips, cranberry sauces uses, and some cottage-cheese based hors d’oeuvres.

Turkey Techniques from the Reynolds Wrap Kitchens (c.1980s?)
Pure Cranberry Sauce, page 1
Pure Cranberry Sauce, page 2
Serve Cottage Cheese: Selected Recipes from the Sealtest Kitchen

Then, it’s back to basics, with some pamphlets on flavorings for baking, cooking with meat, and all of the things you can do with salt.

Baker’s Pure Fruit Flavoring Extracts (also the makers of Walter Baker chocolate products!)
The Homemaker’s Meat Recipe Book, c.1948
Make It with Salt, n.d.

To wrap up, we’ve got something from Battle Creek Health Foods. It’s full of recipes using a variety of vegetarian-friendly products developed by John Kellogg. And if that doesn’t have you feeling better, how about a tonic? Although it was an advertisement to buy boxes and labels for what we would likely call “patent medicines,” the ad even included recipes for druggists to make their own supplies.

Modern Menus and Recipes for Your Health, c.1920s?
Patent Medicine Label Advertisement, J. F. Lawrence Printing Co. page 1
Patent Medicine Label Advertisement, J. F. Lawrence Printing Co. page 2

Next week, we’ll be back with some tips for the hostess with another sponsored pamphlet. In the meantime, feel free to ponder your cranberry sauce and cottage cheese opportunities!


One thought on “New Pamphlet Round-Up #3!

  1. Pingback: Ephemeral Medicines (Patent and Practical) – What's Cookin' @ Special Collections?!

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