Cookbook Collection

I’ve counted all my cookbooks in my kitchen and there are a total of 890.  Wow!  How on earth did I collect so many?  And that isn’t even all of them, as I have 2-3 boxes of cookbooks in a spare closet that would not fit on my shelves.   I will attempt to list each and every one… in no particular order:

  1. Culinary Collaboration’s by the Californa’s Contra Costa County Cowbells (2nd printing, 1997)
  2. The Stubb’s Bar-B-Q Cookbook – from Stubb’s Legendary Kitchen with Kate Heyhoe (2007)
  3. The Blue Denim Gourmet – published by the Junior League of Odessa, TX (6th printing, 1983)
  4. The Priates’ House Cookbook – Savannah, GA by Sarah Gaede (5th printing, 1989)
  5. Stirring Moments – A Collection of Culinary Delights, compiled by the Clipped B’s (4th printing, 1986)
  6. Temple Beth-El Classics of our Kitchen – Temple Beth-El Sisterhood, San Antonio Texas (2nd printing, 1969)
  7. Bellingrath Gardens Bouquet of Recipes – compiled by Wimberly Hory (1991)
  8. Teachers in Space Cookbook – compiled by the Teachers in Space National Finalist The “Class of 51L”, United States Space Shuttle Challenger Mission scheduled to launch on January 22, 1986 and other parties interested in Space Education (1986)
  9. The Utah Dining Car Cookbook – Junior League of Ogden (1984)
  10. To a Kings Taste – collected by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the state of Louisiana (6th printing, 1959)
  11. Peanuts Cookbook by June Dutton (1969)
  12. The Glamour Magazine After five Cookbook by Beverly Pepper (1952)
  13. Rumford Complete Cook Book (1952)
  14. Lorain Cooking – Issued by the Research Kitchens of America Stove Company (4th printing, 1926)
  15. Forrest Gump My Favorite Chocolate Recipes – Oxmoor House, Inc. (1995)
  16. The Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Cookbook – Oxmoor House, Inc. (1994)
  17. Cooking wih Vestal and Friends – compiled by Clire Byerley (1999)
  18. Cooking with Vestal and Friends, Second Helpings (2001)
  19. The All New All Purpose Joy of Cooking, Irma Rombauer, Marion Rombauer Becker, & Ethan Becker (1997)
  20. A Treasury of Southern Baking by Prudence Hiburn
  21. Martha Deane’s Cooking for Compliments by Marian Young Taylor (2nd printing, 1955)
  22. Penn Family Recipes – Cooking Recipes of William Penn’s Wife Gulielma, edited by Evelyn Abraham Benson (1966)
  23. The Gold Cookbook – The Classic of Fine Cookery by Louis P. De Gouy (12th printing, 1952)
  24. The Gardeners’ Cookbook – The Houston Council of Texas Garden Clubs (1945)
  25. Homemade Bread by the Food Editors of Farm Journal (1969)
  26. Fascinating Food from the Deep South by Alline P. van Duzor (1962)
  27. Kindergarten Chef by Miss Wenthen’s Students (1974)
  28. Bread, Rolls & Sweet Doughs by Paul Richard (2nd printing, 1937)
  29. Doris Christopher’s Stoneware Sensations – The Pampered Chef (1997)
  30. More Stoneware Sensations – The Pampered Chef (1999)
  31. Delightful Desserts – The Pampered Chef (1980)
  32. Casual Cooking – The Pampered Chef (2002)
  33. Celebrate! Family, Friends & Great Food – The Pampered Chef (2001)
  34. The Pumpkin Cookbook, edited by Nicola Hill
  35. Invitation to Cooking – Chicago Daily News (1955)
  36. The Art of German Cooking and Baking by Mrs. lina Meier (1937)
  37. MIRRO Cookbook – Approved recipes from the MIRRO Test Kitchen (1937)
  38. Official Little Italy Festival Cookbook – sponsored by Kappa Kappa Kappa (1970)
  39. Twelve Years of Prize Winning Recipes – Beaumont Enterprise & Journal (1983)
  40. The Houston Cosmopolitan Club Presents Cosmo Kitchen Capers (1988)
  41. Texa Country Reporter Cookbook (1990)
  42. Seasoned with Sun – Junior League of El Paso (1974)
  43. The Star Wars Cookbook (1998)
  44. Texas Cookin’ Lone Star Style – Telephone Pioneers of America – Chapter 22 (1991)
  45. The Bounty of East Texas – Junior League of Longview, Texas

2 responses to “Cookbook Collection

  1. Cheryle Haley

    I cannot locate my copy of
    Big Momma’s Little Black Pot and I need the recipe for the Pecan Pie. would you please be so kind as to send me a copy of it? Thanks so much.

    Cheryle haley

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