Vintage 1930s Clabber Girl Baking Booklet with Recipes
In everything you bake, the dependable double-rising of action of Clabber Girl Baking Powder assures lightness, tenderness, wholesomeness and full flavor-protection...
A kitchen staple since 1899, Clabber Girl Baking Powder is one of the longest-running food brands in the US. An important component of culinary endeavors for over 100 years it was introduced by wholesale grocery supplier Hulman and Company, based in Terre Haute, Indiana. Clabber Girl relied on customer testimonials and recipe advertisements during its introductory years to help spread the word across the country about the results achieved for lighter, fluffier baked goods. In the 1930s and 1940s, they also produced a series of booklets that contained no-fail recipes using C.G. Baking Powder.
Offered free of charge at the time, these recipe booklets packed a lot of information into sixteen pages. This booklet featured here in the shop was published in the 1930s and includes educational info on vitamins, a chart explaining certain cuts of meat, a brief history of bread baking, tips and suggestions for successful cooking and baking experiences, fifty recipes, and a few of the famous testimonials that helped make Clabber Girl a household name.
A true slice of vintage Americana in both presentation and content, this booklet in addition to offering a glimpse of baking history would also look gorgeous in a frame.
- Staple bound
- Illustrated throughout with sepia photographs
- Contains 50 recipes
In gorgeous vintage condition. There are no spots, stains, or tears. Staples are securely bound.
Measures 6" inches (width) x 8.5" inches (length)