Originally Posted by joesfolk
Kathy, If you ever find the name of the cookbook let me know. I live in the Grand Rapids area and go to lots of yard sales. I see these kind of cookbooks often and if I come across it I'll send it to you.
that would be great! Unless one of my aunts has a copy, I don't know how I would find out the name. I can check with them.
I do have two complete pages from it. One from the Candy & Nuts section and one from the Canning section (tabs off to the side). Recipe Titles are in Caps and Underlined.
Candy & Nuts is page (31) with only two recipes on it - Karmel Korn by Mrs. Eugene Van Der Kolk and Popsicles by Mrs. Dale Van Der Kolk.
Canning is page (32) with five recipes - Lazy Wives Pickles by Mrs. John Hopp, Old Fashioned Pickles by Mrs. Daryl Newhouse, Bread and Butter Pickles by Mrs. Marvin Van Der Kolk, Icicle Pickles by Mrs. Pete Walters, and Bread & Butter Pickles by Mrs. Edward Mast.
I'm assuming it's a church cookbook - set up that way with the names. I also would assume it's a Reformed Church cookbook as that's the denomination my family went to. I'm also guessing late 50's to the 70's.
that would be great if you could find a copy - thanks joesfolk!
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