The Blender Way to Better Cooking for Every Day ... Every Meal ... Everybody, Betty Sullivan (ed), 1965, Ninth Printing 1970, Golden Press, 8" X 11" hardcover, 208pp incl index.
Get the most out of your blender with hundreds of recipes for hors d'oeuvres, soups, salads, main courses, sauces, breads, jams and relishes, desserts, baby food, and, of course, all kinds of things to drink. All recipes were "tested in the Hamilton Beach kitchens at Racine, Wisconsin."
Aside from the fantastic array of recipes, this cookbook's glossy pages are filled with photographs, colorful line drawings, and meal preparation tips.
Contents: Introduction; Now That You Have a Blender; Beverages Galore; Starters and Spreads; Soup, Soup, Beautiful Soup; All Kinds of Salads; Now for the Main Course; Vegetable Varieties; Fill Up the Breadbasket; Happy Endings; Pretty and Special Preserves and Relishes; Baby Pleasers; Calculations for the Calorie Counter; Index.
In overall excellent condition, all pages intact and 99% clean (a couple of pages in the beverages section must have been nearby while the blender lid was off!), covers bright and straight with wear to edges and light soiling, spine tight.