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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Vintage Thingy Thursday--Ma's Cookin'

I enjoy browsing through old cookbooks at garage sales and thrift stores. I usually find stuff like "Microwave Cooking made Easy" from 1975, but I always look in hopes of finding something fun like the one I'm sharing today!




It's something you might buy as a souvenir in the Ozarks or Appalachians and has some fun recipes in it--especially for wild game. There's also some hints on how to get yer feller and such!


Have a great Vintage Day. I'm off to school again--feel sad for me that summer's over but as someone said this week--School is the one place to work you can get a new start every year!

Visit Suzanne, The Colorado Lady for more vintage treasures!

Now I've gotta go before I miss the bus!

11 comments:

Jingle said...

HA! Hints on how to get yer feller! LOL! That cracked me up! Good thing my Hubbums didn't require a good cook! LOL! This is very cool!

Postcardy said...

I like to buy those small old paper cookbooks too.

Kathi Fly said...

Haha! Possum stew, yum!

Coloradolady said...

Oh how sweet this is, love the graphics and what amusing recipes. Have a great day and a wonderful VTT.

Kayleen said...

Oh this is too great! I can't wait to read your post on cookin' up some coon!

CC said...

Oooo, how I would love this little book. It's a cutie. :). Happy VTT..have a great weekend...and p.s. if you decide to cook either possum or coon, please take a photo. :)

mannequin said...

Very very cute! I sure wish you had shown me the "get your feller" advice. Then again, it probably had to do with cookin' so never mind. :)



Ah... soon you'll be on Christmas vacation. Time goes very quickly, you know?

foxxy said...

Cute book! Fun item to just set around and let others enjoy!

Keetha Broyles said...

I'll take one coon with possum and dressing on the side, please!!!!

Neabear said...

Interesting post. Your previous post about packing up your daughter brought back memories. My daughter's name is Sara. We have been empty nester's for at least 3 years now.

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

possum? yikes.. but that is one interesting cook book.. happy belated VTT

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