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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Wordless Wednesday; Recipes To The Rescue


"See" you There!

39 comments:

  1. what an amusing cookbook - great pictures - they really need ones that say stuff like "Oh no I left the recipe on the bus" or "I thought of a recipe but now my mind is blank" - don't we all know those moments!

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    1. Yes we do, Johanna. Now that you mention it, sounds like book material to me. Go for it!

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  2. Hi Louise, love your vintage collection. It's always fun to drop by your blog cos your postings is different from others. The recipes look good. Thanks for sharing.

    Have a wonderful day.

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    1. I'm so glad you enjoyed your visit, Amelia. I love to share cookbooks with visitors!

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  3. Oh, my! I'd best be getting my mind made up about what pasta I will serve on the 25th! Thanks for sharing this delightful book!

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    1. I'm glad you like it Nellie. Are you making pasta on Friday for the Pasta Party?

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  4. Love the comics! Would like to get my hands on one of these classic cookbook, Louise!

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    1. I don't have a duplicate for that one, Shirley but I do on some others!

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  5. You always post the best stuff! This is loads of fun - thanks.

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  6. I love this Louise what funny post! ANd I love vintage comics aahh I remember these tears in comics, this soooo good, xo

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    1. Thanks Gloria. I'm glad they made you smile:)

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  7. Hi Louise , I agree with Amelia , you have a most delightful blog and so different , your blog always put a smile on my face. I can't wait for my kids to get home from school , they also love to read so blog and they say mama the pictures are awesome .They have the video game Dinner Dash , I will be back to let you know what what they say , thanks for sharing :)

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    1. I'm so glad visiting put a smile on your face, Nee. I love the notion that the kids like to visit too. I actually had them in mind when I did this post today, lol...A Dinner Dash video sounds cool. I've never heard of it. Thanks Nee...

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  8. These comics are really funny! Whenever I read your posts I get a smile on my face. I love the vintage side of them too!

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    1. So glad you enjoyed your visit, Alida.

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  9. That is one hilarious cookbook! That is the way to get teenaged boys to cook, isn't it?

    Looking forward to your pasta party, even though Dave the Italian UPS Guy was horrified when I told him I don't like pasta much. (Rather have veggies and meat. Sorry!)

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    1. I'm not much of a pasta eater either, Marjie. As a matter of fact, I don't fancy pizza all that much either but shhhhh don't tell anyone, lol...That book sure is a way to get the boys in the kitchen. Actually, according to my son the comic book store owner, lol...comic books are often used as a tool in education too.

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  10. Hi Louise , my kids love your post , they discussed it to no end , the girls say they are going to make the apple and oatmeal crisp . I'm not holding my breath :D .

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    1. Oh how wonderful Nee. I do hope the girls will try to make the apples. I also hope their Mom will share their success!!!

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  11. Hi Louise,

    This cookbook is a genius! Love the graphics and excitement leading on the recipe :D

    Zoe

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  12. Just like reading comics! How lovely! I would enjoy cooking more with that propped up on my kitchen counter:P Great motivation to cook as I prefer baking!

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    1. It really is a fun book, Jeannie. There's lots more too!

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  13. Such fun, Louise! Always have loved the way perspiration drops = panic. :)
    Had to be BH&G, right?

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  14. I'm very interested in these black forest shortcakes..yum!

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    1. Me too, Angela. If you bake it share, if I bake it I will share too:)

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  15. How neat. As I was scrolling, I was hoping this was a real cookbook. Gotta love BH&G!
    xoGinger

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  16. I'm going to put on a cape when I cook dinner.

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  17. Looking at these comics, it brings back memories. I used to sneak peak my older sisters romance comics when I was little. I remember I really enjoyed reading them. Hmm..wonder where to get such comics nowadays. I love your post. It's eye catching and fun way to read a recipe!

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Through this wide opened gate,
none came too early,
none returned too late.

Thanks for dropping in...Louise