Best Antique & Collectible Kitchenware Books
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1. The Camp Dutch Oven Cookbook: Easy 5-Ingredient Recipes to Eat Well in the Great Outdoors
Author: by Robin Donovan
Published at: Rockridge Press (May 30, 2017)
Simple, flavorful 5-ingredient Dutch oven meals to savor under the stars Cooking at your campsite doesn’t have to mean canned beans and instant noodles. Redefine camp cuisine with a camping-style Dutch oven, a few easy ingredients, and The Camp Dutch Oven Cookbook.
This compact cookbook is packed with more than 85 unique 5-ingredient recipes, making it the ideal outdoor companion for surprisingly simple gourmet meals. Whether you’re a new or seasoned camper, you’ll learn everything you need to know to make fresh, flavorful dishes at your campsite, from food-packing hacks to easy cooking techniques.
The recipes only require five or fewer wholesome ingredients (not including staples like salt, pepper, butter, and oil)nothing processed or hard-to-find. With this one pot cookbook and your Dutch oven, you’ll discover how satisfying campsite-cooked meals can be. The Camp Dutch Oven Cookbook features: 86 Hearty 5-ingredient recipesDig in to Lemon Buttermilk Biscuits, Green Chile and Corn Chowder, Chicken Braised in Coconut Milk with Basil, Crusty No-Knead French Bread, and much more.
2. Air Fryer Cookbook for Beginners: Easy, Healthy & Low Carb Recipes That Will Help Keep You Sane
Author: by Alice Newman
CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 28, 2018)
Do you want to enjoy fried foods and still maintain yet a healthier version of your body? Are you searching for an easy-to-use kitchen gadget that can fry, bake and grill in a matter of minutes? Are you tired from all of your failed weight loss attempts?
You Enjoy your Air Fryer but you also want to Lose Weight and Live a Healthy Life? Then the Low-Carb Diet and your Air Fryer is EVERYTHING THAT YOU NEED! Air Fryer Cookbook for Beginners can help you find the way to lose weight and follow easily a low carb high fat diet.
Please note: Book is available in 2 Paperback formats- Black and White and Full color. Choose the best for you. Discover delicious weight loss low-carb recipes such as:Air Fryer Cinnamon RollsPanko-Crusted TilapiaBeef Taco Fried Egg RollsHam and Cheese RollupsKeto Fried Mock KFC ChickenAvocado FriesEasy Air Fryer Recipes can help you to stay healthy and lose weight fast, it’s also a tremendous mixture of so many tasty foods and meals, and for sure you’ll have a clue which one to want to try first.
3. Recipe Binder – Favorite Recipes (Hydrangea)
Author: by New Seasons
Published at: New Seasons (July 15, 2020)
Keep your recipes in one place and cook in style with this all-inclusive recipe keeper!7.88 x 9 inches. 80 recipe pages (recipes not included).6 tabbed dividers.2 splash guards. Cooking hints and tips.Makes a great gift!
4. The Book of Griswold & Wagner: Favorite * Wapak * Sidney Hollow Ware: Revised & Expanded 5th Edition
Author: by David G. Smith
Published at: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.; Revised & Expanded 5th edition (February 1, 2011)
The Book of Griswold & Wagner, referred to as the “blue book” by collectors, is the most complete, accurate, and widely used reference guide and is coveted by collectors. This revised 5th edition features more pictures, updated values for cast iron cookware and kitchen collecting enthusiasts, and expanded charts.
This definitive, encyclopedic guide details durable cast-iron antiques, including cornstick pans, griddles, Dutch ovens, gem pans, coffee grinders and roasters, trivets, molds, broilers, teapots, and much more. Over 1,000 photographs document variations of shape, size, dates, moldings, finishes, hardware types, catalog numbers, and markings.
There are comprehensive histories of the manufacturers Griswold, Wagner, Sidney Hollow Ware, Favorite, and Wapak, as well as patent lists for meticulous researchers. This is an essential reference for anyone wishing to invest in these timeless treasures.
5. The Recipe Book: A Beautiful & Modern Keepsake Recipe Notebook & Organizer to Write in Your Own Recipes – Blank Recipe Book & Cookbook – Removable 4 x 6 Recipe Cards to Share with Friends & Family
Author: by Casey Wiegand
Published at: Paper Peony Press (March 17, 2021)
The Keepsake Recipe Book | by Casey Wiegand and Paper Peony Press There are few things more fulfilling than sharing a delicious meal with the ones that we love. Whether the recipe is a simple pancake batter, or a mouth-watering prime-rib dinner, your family favorites are worth keeping.
We created this book with the hope that it would hold generations of family favorites so that it can be passed through many hands. The gold corner protectors and the hardcover will help this book to withstand lots of quality time in the kitchen, and the matte lamination will wipe clean when you have those inevitable spills.
Seven gorgeously illustrated tabs help you organize your recipes so that you can easily refer back to them time and time again. The 6″”x 9″” size allows for ample space for ingredients, directions and notes on each entry page so that no detail is missed.
Beautiful illustrations and quotes by Casey Leigh Weigand make this beautiful book worth displaying in your kitchen, and the handy conversion charts make it a book that you will want to have reference often. The Beautiful Keepsake Recipe Book includes: Hardcover, spiral bound with gold corner protectors 20 tear-out recipe cards for sharing with friends and family Gorgeous lettering with illustrations by Casey Leigh Weigand Practical guides and references related to cooking 175 recipe entry pages About Paper Peony Press Press We are a boutique publishing company, located in Texas, focused on creating beautiful books with purpose!
6. The Book of Wagner & Griswold: Martin, Lodge, Vollrath, Excelsior (Schiffer Book for Collectors)
Author: by David G. Smith
Published at: Schiffer; 1st edition (December 15, 2000)
Cast iron cookware is an increasingly hot item in the antique marketplace. Collectors are scouring antique shops, shows, and flea markets searching for treasures to add to their collections; and hunting for more information about the products’ history and manufacturers.
In response to this growing demand, David Smith and Chuck Wafford have created another authoritative guide to collectible cast iron. This book continues where The Book of Griswold & Wagner left offillustrating hundreds of items not included in the previous book.
With over 845 photographs of cast iron pieces from the Wagner, Griswold, Lodge, Vollrath, Excelsior, and Martin manufacturing companies, this book delves into the histories and products produced by these manufacturers. Complete with pattern numbers, catalog list numbers, price guide, index, and much more; this book is a must-have for all cast iron cookware collectors.
7. Uncorked: A Corkscrew Collection
Author: by Marilynn Gelfman Karp
Published at: Abbeville Press; 1st edition (November 3, 2020)
A splendid (and giftable) visual guide to the beautifully convoluted world of corkscrewsEver since the standardized wine bottle came into use in the eighteenth century, thirsty people have sought a convenient means of removing its cork stopper. At first they employed whatever was at handincluding the helical gun screws used to clean out firearmsbut the patent corkscrew emerged by 1795 and soon multiplied into more permutations than the proverbial better mousetrap.
In Uncorked, Marilynn Gelfman Karp uses her own collection of corkscrewscarefully chosen both for their inventiveness and for their decorative qualitiesto trace the history and evolution of this curious tool. She establishes a taxonomy of the corkscrew, based on the fundamental characteristics of handle, shaft, and screw, and then presents more than 650 individual specimens by category.
They range from the simplest basic T models to the most whimsical flights of fancy (a folding pair of legs, a seahorse) and the most elaborate mechanical contrivances. Each example is illustrated with superb color photography and fully described. Uncorked is at once a serious contribution to the history of material culture, and a delight to page through.
8. The Midcentury Kitchen: America's Favorite Room, from Workspace to Dreamscape, 1940s-1970s
Author: by Sarah Archer
Published at: Countryman Press; 1st edition (May 7, 2019)
“A refreshing retro-kitchen history” Florence Fabricant, The New York Times Nearly everyone alive today has experienced cozy, welcoming kitchens packed with conveniences that we now take for granted. Sarah Archer, in this delightful romp through a simpler time, shows us how the prosperity of the 1950s kicked off the technological and design ideals of today’s kitchen.
In fact, while contemporary appliances might look a little different and work a little better than those of the 1950s, the midcentury kitchen has yet to be improved upon. During the optimistic consumerism of midcentury America when families were ready to put their newfound prosperity on display, companies from General Electric to Pyrex to Betty Crocker were there to usher them into a new era.
Counter heights were standardized, appliances were designed in fashionable colors, and convenience foods took over families’ plates. With archival photographs, advertisements, magazine pages, and movie stills, The Midcentury Kitchen captures the spirit of an eraand a roomwhere anything seemed possible.
9. Jadite: Identification & Price Guide
Author: by Joe Keller
Published at: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.; Revised & Expanded 4th edition (November 28, 2014)
When Joe Keller and David Ross introduced the first book ever written dedicated to jadite, it was met with critical and popular enthusiasm. It was a tour de force! Now this fourth edition, there are over a thousand pieces illustrated in over 700 color photographs.
Additional photographs and a reproduction section enhance the book, along with updated values to keep up with an ever-changing marketplace. Jadite: An Identification and Price Guide brings together the works of the three major glass companies that produced jadite from the 1930s to the mid-1970s: McKee, Jeannette, and Anchor Hocking.
Exploring these perennially popular collectibles, the book includes numerous dinnerware patterns, all sorts of jadite kitchenware, canisters, shakers, mixing bowls, and ovenware, and jadite items for the home, such as lamps, bathroom items, and ashtrays. The authors have produced a book that will be an invaluable and welcome addition to collectors’ libraries.
10. Collectible Teapot & Tea Wall Calendar 2021
Author: by Workman Publishing
Published at: Workman Publishing Company (July 21, 2020)
A showcase of exceptional teapots artfully arranged in stunning teatime settings. Take a break, gather around the table, and refresh your body and spirit with delectable treats, hot tea, and beloved ritual. A delightful celebration of all the pleasures of teatime, The Collectible Teapot & Tea Calendar features a dozen beautiful table settings starring distinctive vintage teapots.
A Katani dragon-themed set is as exotic as it is beautiful. Fitz and Floyd’s marine-themed Coral Shells is perfect for brunch at the beach house. And a December repast is elevated with Whiting’s ornate sterling silver teapot. Each gorgeous, sumptuously detailed image is accompanied by lively nuggets of history and lore, plus recipes to serve at your next tea party.
Printed on FSC-certified paper.
11. Recipe Binder – Recipe Keeper
Author: by New Seasons
Published at: New Seasons (July 1, 2019)
Preserve your favorite recipes with this all-inclusive recipe keeper!9 x 7. 88 inches 80 recipe sheets6 tab dividers2 splash guards
12. Baking with Cookie Molds: Secrets and Recipes for Making Amazing Handcrafted Cookies for Your Christmas, Holiday, Wedding, Tea, Party, Swap, Exchange, or Everyday Treat
Author: by Anne L. Watson
Published at: Shepard Publications; 3rd ed. edition (November 30, 2016)
THIS IS THE FULL-COLOR THIRD EDITION.#1 AMAZON. COM BESTSELLER IN BAKING (JULY 2014)*#1 AMAZON. COM BESTSELLER IN PARTY COOKING (JULY 2014)*#1 AMAZON. COM BESTSELLER IN CHRISTMAS COOKING (JULY 2014)*SPECIAL NOTE! ANNE WILL PERSONALLY ANSWER ANY QUESTION OF YOURS AFTER READING THIS BOOK.
ASK ON HER WEB SITE, AND YOU’LL NORMALLY HEAR BACK WITHIN HOURS! Beautiful to look at but hard to use. That’s the reputation of cookie molds.But should it be? In this groundbreaking book, Anne L. Watson restores cookie molds to an honored place in the baker’s kitchen by revealing long-lost secrets of their use.
With Anne’s techniques and recipes, tasty cookies with lovely, detailed designs will literally fall from the mold into your hand. Learn how to make traditional molded cookies like speculaas, springerle, and shortbread, as well as modern ones like White Chocolate Lime Cookies and Orange Blossom Wedding Cookies.
Learn the tricks of sandwich cookies, layer cookies, chocolate backing, and exhibition cookies. And learn about the molds themselves – the many kinds, their history, the best places to find them, how to treat them, what makes a good one, and which to avoid entirely.
13. Breville Smart Air Fryer Oven Cookbook 2021: 1000 Easy Tasty Yet Healthy Recipes Cooked by Breville Smart Air Fryer Toast Oven for Beginners and Advanced Users
Author: by Jenson Homolka
Published at: Independently published (November 26, 2020)
This book introduces to you the Breville Smart Air Fryer Oven, which not only can perform as a regular oven but also as a perfect kitchen utensil for roasting, frying, dehydrating food and more. It is one of the most convenient and time-saving utensils that lock all the nutrients inside the food.
So, if you are a foodie, like cooking food, and are looking for a simple, affordable and best way to give yourself a variety of cooking experiences without burning the food, then the Breville smart air fryer oven is for you and this book will be your must-have!
As the title of the book indicates, our content includes the following aspects. Product IntroductionEssential EquipmentUseful Buttons and FunctionsBenefits of Using Breville Smart Air Fryer OvenTips and Cautions for Using Breville Smart Air Fryer OvenCooking scheduleEasy tasty yet healthy recipesMore and more…
For recipes, you will find:Breakfasts Beef DishesPork DishesLamb & Goat DishesChicken & Poultry DishesFish & Seafood DishesMeatless DishesSnacksCakes, Cookies & MuffinsAppetizersMore and more… There is no doubt that the Breville Smart Oven can bring you various possibilities such as roasting, dehydrating, and air frying.Grab your copy now!
Modern Cast Iron: The Complete Guide to Selecting, Seasoning, Cooking, and More
Author: by Ashley L. Jones
Published at: Red Lightning Books; Illustrated edition (August 18, 2020)
Warm, crumbly cornbread. Chicken sizzling in the pan. Childhood memories filled with delicious, home-cooked dishes and your family there to enjoy it with you. Cast iron’s popularity faded in the ’70sreplaced by chemically processed cookwarebut today’s cooks are reigniting a passion for wholesome cast-iron-cooked meals.
This ain’t your grandma’s kitchencaring for and cooking with cast iron is easy, healthy, and totally Pinterest worthy. In Modern Cast Iron, self-proclaimed cast-iron connoisseur Ashley L. Jones recaptures the ease and joy of cooking with cast-iron cookware. Jones introduces readers to the best brands and types of cast-iron cookware to fulfill any cook’s needs.
She offers detailed tips and tricks for rescuing old, rusted pans and keeping them properly seasoned, and she shares recommendations for the best cooking oil for every recipe. With Jones’s help, both experienced and beginner cooks will be able to rival grandma’s cooking.
Chock-full of stories from Jones’s own childhood growing up with cast-iron meals, as well as recipe after tantalizing recipefrom breakfast quiche to gluten-free meals and beautiful blueberry cobblerModern Cast Iron explores the countless ways that cast iron benefits health and happiness.
15. A Cast Iron Journey
Author: by James P Anderson
Published at: Independently published (February 24, 2019)
In this book I discuss the purchasing and restoration of cast iron. I will take you on a journey of finding, buying, restoring, and caring for your finds and purchases. This book will help the novice user of cast iron to feel a little more comfortable about buying and using it.
16. Vintage Recipes Vol. 2: Timeless and Memorable Old-Fashioned Recipes from Our Grandmothers (Lost Recipes Vintage Cookbooks)
Author: by Louise Davidson
Published at: Independently published (November 5, 2019)
In this volume 2 of the Lost Recipes Vintage Cookbooks series, celebrate the flavors of classic recipes from the previous generations with this collection of old-fashioned vintage recipes. BLACK AND WHITE EDITION*Nostalgia is a powerful thing, and many of us would love to explore the decades of the 1900s.
In this cookbook, we share with you some of the classics of each decade, from the 1920s through to the 1970s. Some will be dishes you’ve heard of but might ever have tried, while others might be familiar to you already.
Each recipe has a short description of its origin, making you discover the history behind the dishes that have been tried and perfected over time. This illustrated cookbook will show you the way our great grandmothers, grandmothers, and mothers used to cook food for their family.
The recipes included here are from our family recipe boxes handwritten on cards and that have been passed down from one generation to the next. The dishes are heartwarming, healthy, and made every time with lots of love! Inside, you’ll find over 60 delicious retro recipes including:Delightful breakfast recipes such as the Bread-N-Butter Waffles, Popeye Puffy Pancakes, and the Christmas Morning Breakfast Casserole.