Vintage Wilton Cookbooks on eBay

This week on eBay, we’ve got two vintage cookbooks published in Wilton, by Wiltonians.

Check out this vintage 1976 spiral-bound “Encore Cooking Delights” cook book which the wrote and published about 35 years ago. Might be some good recipes there—and if anyone buys it (for $9.95 as the starting bid), send in some recipes and we’ll publish it!

In the same vein, here’s a 1978 spiral-bound published by the , titled “New Friends, New Foods.” It’s another cookbook with 249 pages of recipes, with each recipe attributed to the contributor, according to the product description. Maybe you’ll find a relative’s long-lost dish. 

Barto January 31, 2012 at 04:51 PM
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