Recipes from 1930s Newspapers
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Ready your taste buds for a '30s food history, with our Recipes and Cookery Ideas from the 1930s Newspaper Book. 1930s culture was iconic and with this convenient collection of recipes, you can rekindle memories definitive of its period.
Delve into a unique view of how people of this era defied the economic challenges, and successfully tackled the aftermath of The Wall Street Crash of 1929. Digest and learn about the variety of food that made the decade iconic, like the phenomenon of 'packet sugar', to the favourite recipes of Hollywood stars such as Jeanette Macdonald and her 'Andalusian Dish'.
Unemployment was a prominent feature at the start of this decade, but for people with jobs, the home environment prospered as time passed on. Newspapers sought to maintain a positive environment for their readers and the pages of this book reflect this ideal.
From health and beauty advice for fabulous housewives to uphold their grand presence, the recipes of this decade were aimed at the domestic goddess. A fabulous piece of memorabilia to reminisce the 1930s. Having absolutely no embellishments or adjustments, this book mirrors the condition of the newspaper as it was first printed, including original adverts and tips for the reader.
Available in hardback and softback, the books feature the recipient’s Name of up to 22 characters over 1 line on the cover of the book, including a special Message of up to 150 characters over 5 lines, with 30 characters per line.
Why not upgrade to a hardback? The edition is bound by hand in a matte purple cover and features the recipient’s Name embossed in gold for the perfect timeless touch.
Our personalised recipe books are a collection of newspaper recipes and food ideas from the 1930s. Printed on durable quality paper with a gloss cover, available in A4 softback or A4 hardback.
Hardback books will have your choice of name embossed in gold on the front cover. Your text will be made exactly as you have entered it, so please double check spelling, punctuation and capitalisation. Accents and other symbols cannot be used unless otherwise stated.
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