1930s Baking Booklet - Good Things To Eat Made with Arm & Hammer Baking Soda circa 1933
Try a cake today, try a hot bread tomorrow. You will be more than satisfied. You will be proud. Martha Lee Anderson
In 1933, this was how you made all the Good Things to Eat using Arm & Hammer Baking Soda! This mini but very mighty booklet of recipes was no hastily put together, fly-by-night cooking guide - it was Arm & Hammer’s 104th (!) edition of published baking recipes created and approved by their Test Kitchen.
Within these 32 pages, you'll find a treasure trove of 1930s era recipes for breads, waffles, cakes, frosting, cookies and desserts. There are some traditional standbys like breakfast muffins, strawberry shortcake, and baking powder biscuits, but also some unusual recipes with a touch of heirloom charm... Honey Boys, Mahogany Cake, Spider Spoon Bread, Icebox Cookies, Orange Butter Frosting, Southern Waffles, Thanksgiving Steamed Pudding, and Shubert Tea Bread to name a few.
A cooking staple since the 1800s, Arm & Hammer was started in the kitchen of two brothers-in-law in 1846. Fast forward, 175 years later and they are now one of the oldest, longest-running, most trusted brands in America today.
- Colorful front and back cover
- Contains 32 pages and 53 recipes
- Published in 1933 by Church & Dwight Co, New York
- Petite size
In beautiful almost-antique condition. This booklet is staple bound and all pages are in clean and bright condition with no rips, tears or loose pages.
Measures 3.25" inches (width) x 5.5" inches (length)
Pair this booklet with these 1930s era pieces and you'll have an authentic cooking adventure steeped in history.