In the middle of the twentieth century, Betty Crocker was a name trusted by American cooks. This timeless cookbook offers recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and even birthday parties, picnics, and afternoon tea.
Whether you are simply preparing a family meal or planning a party and need fancy sandwiches or hearty meals, cakes for dessert or bread and herb butter to go along with dinner, this book has a fast recipe for everyone.
Cakes and Icings
And much more!
Simple instructions and charming two-color illustrations bring each easy-to-make recipe to life. Pick up a copy of Betty Crocker's Original Good and Easy Cook Book and get a thousand time-saving and taste-tempting recipes.
About the Author
Betty Crocker was created in 1921 by Marjorie Husted, a home economist and businesswoman, and advertiser Bruce Barton. In 1928, Washburn Crosby merged with five or more other milling companies to form General Mills. Under Husted's supervision the image of Betty Crocker became an icon for General Mills. Betty Crocker is a trademark of General Mills.