Here is the Spry Shortening cookbook I mentioned last week. Even though it doesn't have a copyright date, the illustrations shout 1930s! Aren't the comics darling? The thrifty, healthful line makes me laugh!
I have always wanted to try apple fritter, I will have to remember this recipe.
Of course, they couldn't have a shortening cookbook without talking about Pies!
I like how they have included illustrated guides. Sometimes these are very helpful as cakes in vintage cookbooks usually aren't the dump-everything-in-a-bowel-and-mix variety.
The recipe for Spry Pan-coat looks interesting. I haven't thought about mixing the flour and shortening together.
Don't you love the recipe titles? Arabian Dessert Cake and Apple Upside Down Cake?
Of course the reason I bought this booklet was the comics on the front and back, too cute!