The Iowa Homemaker: Volume 38, Issue 5
I'll always remember last summer as "The Cornbread Summer." Cornbread was the first assignment I had as an undergraduate recruit in one of the Pillsbury Test Kitchens, and I spent my first days trying to develop
The Course That Created A Cookbook, Bonnie Rollins, page 4
Cookery = Artistry, Gwen Mathews, page 6
Decorate A Cookie Tree, Jill Gaylord, page 7
Cornbread Summer, Ann Baur, page 8
Christmas Connoisseur, page 11
Bring Home the Bacon, Janet Purdy, page 12
What’s Going On?, page 13
1959 Room Contest, page 14
What is bacon? It is memories of a pungent aroma awaking you on a winter morning. It is the essential ingredient in a "special" recipe for baked beans. And it is probably the only meat which has been preserved in the same way since prehistoric times.
Miss Lenore Sullivan vows she'll never write another cookbook. But the recipe files bulge, and friends hope she'll soon change her mind.
What better time is there for cookies than Christmastime? You have all been eating cookies every holiday season for years, but this year try something new and decorate a tree with them.