The mouthwatering recipes in Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book are the best of the best!

Many of them were submitted by Betty Crocker’s staff as well as people all over the country. They’re like a tasty snapshot of what people all over America were eating and enjoying in 1950!

Times Might Change — But Taste Buds Don’t!

Whenever your mother and grandmother were cooking, chances are Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book was the cookbook on the counter. It’s the best place to find those long-lost recipes you grew up with — the dishes you really loved and would like to enjoy again.

Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book showed them how to make a cake the very old-fashioned way, using the creaming method, which was the way cakes were made for hundreds of years. And then, on the next page, Betty Crocker showed them the “modern way” from scratch!

This very book showed them how to keep biscuits from overbrowning (page 66), make unforgettable rolled cookies (page 194), make a molded salad (page 348), and so much more!

One of the reasons why Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book is still a must-have after more than 50 years is that people are always saying it has the best recipes they’ve ever found!

A Wealth of Hands-On Cooking SECRETS at Your Fingertips!

Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book is not just a collection of fantastic recipes. It’s the encyclopedia of cooking, with hundreds of practical tips that make cooking faster, simpler, and much more fun!

Let Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book show you the easy way to make eye-opening muffins, rolls, and doughnuts for quick morning wake-ups … biscuits, nut loaves, and coffee cakes for charming lunches … and special treats like Butterscotch Rolls and Pimento Cheese Biscuits for late afternoon or evening snacks.

All You Have to Do … to prevent overbrowning biscuits is use a heavy or shiny pan. See page 66 for how to get crusty biscuits — or soft ones.

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Chicken Fricassee with Dumplings: Down-home goodness that’s so simple and easy to make!

All You Have to Do … to make picture-perfect dumplings is drop them by the spoonful onto the chicken or meat in boiling stock — not in the liquid. Cook 10 minutes with the pot uncovered and 10 minutes lightly covered.

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

All You Have to Do … To make a simple lattice top for your pie is roll pastry for the top to the exact size of the pan. Cut into ½-inch strips. Lay half of them across the filling, 1 inch apart. Then cross with the other half. For more beauty tips for pies, see page 307!

Make your kitchen complete with the cookbook that’s guided three generations of home cooks!

Fluffy Meat Loaf

Just look at a few of the tips and how-to instructions you’ll discover:

  • How to stuff a turkey or chicken
  • How to plump raisins, cut up dates without them sticking, and prepare fresh coconut!
  • The best herbs for beef, pork, lamb, chicken, veal, and fish
  • The best vegetables to go with different meals
  • How to melt chocolate without burning it!

These are just a few of the more than 1,200 full‑flavor recipes in Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book.

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