Friday, January 23, 2009

Friday Show and Tell


T.G.I.F.!!!!! What an odd week weather wise this has been. Starting with icy road conditions on Monday and today it is supposed to hit 60 degrees! I'm all for that warm weather!

Kelli over at http://kellishouse.blogspot.com/ hosts Friday Show and Tell and it is so much fun!

Today's show and tell is some cookbooklets (is that a word?) that I bought at a yard sale a few weeks back.
I almost love the pictures of the front of the booklets as much as I love reading the recipes.
I really love the "lady" in the red cookbook in the top left corner. Little body, great big head!

There were about 60 of the booklets and I paid $10.00 for them, which is high for me. But I have enjoyed looking through them so much, it was worth the price. BUT! There were two more boxes of these cookbooklets at the sale that I didn't get. Guess What? In the paper today they are advertising again! So, at lunch today I will be heading over to see if those two boxes are still there because I have $20 in birthday money that is burning a hole in my pocket!

Hope everyone has a great weekend

Blessings

Linda

20 comments:

Lisa said...

Ooooh, how much fun you must be having. I would love to join you. Old recipes are delightful. The wording in those cookbooklets must be great. I hope you do buy the rest of them.

Happy belated birthday.

. said...

Such beautiful books. So nice. You are a lucky girl.

Alfazema

Kristen said...

What a deal you found. I am so jealous. It would be so much fun to sit and read through all of those cookbooks.

Libby said...

Happy shopping *s*

Judy said...

You are a girl after my own heart. I'm drooling over your collection and I see a couple there that I have from my Grandmother. I totally love your blog and I'll be back to visit more.
Judy

Smilingsal said...

You got a bunch for your money. Thank you for sharing. Happy Show and Tell Day.

Belinda said...

What a great assortment of vintage cookbooklets (hmmmm, it sounds like a real word to me!). I bet you are having a blast reading through them, and I agree, the covers alone are entertaining. Hope you get the other two boxes too! :-)

Judith said...

wow what a collection and I'm sure they are more than entertaining to read through too? Judith

Linda said...

Great find, I know alot of folks collect these now. The graphics are fun on them!
Linda

FeeBeeKay said...

Things like this are such a great find!! Especially if you can still make great things from them! Just found your blog today through STF but will be sure to pop back and see if you got those extra cookbooklets (what a great word!)

Have a great weekend!

FeeBeeKay

Raggedy Girl said...

What a great find. I would be thrilled to have got my hands on those great cookbooks.
Roberta Anne

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

What a great collection of cookbooklets! I love to read cookbooks and find new recipes!

Katherine

BECKY said...

Those are really a neat find. Are you going to display them somewhere? I hope so!! Too cute to stow away!
Thanks for sharing them!!
Becky :)

Linda C said...

I love skimming through old cook books. You have found a treasure-- and there's more??!!

Have fun and happy cooking:)

Linda C

Terry & Dennis Macri said...

Holy Cookbooks....you sure do have a lot of them.

Constance said...

How Fun! The pictures alone are worth the time going through them! My best friend is a cookbook fiend! She is always looking through them when we go to the antique stores. She gets downright giddy!
Connie

Pink Slippers said...

I hope you get more goodies.
Great deal!
I too like to look through them as much as looking at the recipes.

Julieann said...

I love these--in fact I have a few of those too---I will show mine one day too---They are so much fun and I see a couple I would love to get my hands on:)

Happy Show and Tell!!

Julieann

Jess said...

Great books...

Definitely a good show and tell

Have a good weekend
Love, Jess

~TAMY 3 Sides of Crazy~ said...

These are an awesome find. I love these old' cookbooklets'!