[Home Economics] General Foods Cooking School of the Air

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General Foods. Including multiple recipes laid in. 1932. Unpaginated. Here is a true look into the kitchen of a homemaker in the early 1930’s. A three ringed binder with a compilation of items added in. General Foods Cooking School aired every Tuesday and Thursday, at 11:15 A.M., Eastern Daylight Saving Time, and 9:15 A.M., Central Standard Time, over Station WEAF and Associated Stations. Featuring Frances Lee Barton, an advisor for General Foods, also featured in magazine ads for Calumet Baking Powder and Swans Down Cake Flour. Her daytime program was on the air from 1932-1935. Included in this ring binder are the Schedule of Broadcasts for Certo Jelly Makers – 1932, A luncheon menu from Brooklyn Eagle Home Guild with recipes and prizes awarded, General Foods Cooking School recipes for Soups, Cookies, Jams, etc., Methods for Home Baking Course, Decorate Your Own Cakes – By Alice Bradley, and laid in – Letter from Bamberger Broadcasting Service WOR for Pond Lily Salad & Celestial Rice dated May 29, 1930, Certo pamphlet, Northwestern Yeast Co. pamphlet in stamped envelope, Pillsbury Cake flour pamphlet, Personal typed letter, and many newspaper recipe clippings. Three ring binder with Heavy Cardboard Cover. Good. Board_book