recipes can only be
found in older cookbooks. I have been collecting cookbooks,
spiral bound recipe collections and retro cooking pamphlets for years
and always find unique and tasty recipes in them.
Some cook books
change their recipes in newer editions. They'll update them
remove fat or sodium, which is great, but that recipe won't taste
exactly the same as grandma's.
I like the dollar stretching
advice in cookbooks from the 1940's and 50's because saving food is
always important. I like to see of the home remedies and
found in cookbooks from the 1930's and earlier days too. That
just a few of the reasons why buying and selling of vintage, or older
cookbooks has taken off in recent years.