Bernice Bobs Her Hair - a vintage scrapbook
So after I popped into Max Factor for some new Pancake, this shop caught my eye, as I'd saved a lot of my Robur coupons and those rugs (?) looked rather appealing. Image source. We're still in Sydney, NSW. Or I could stop in for a cup of tea at the Robur cafe: But I doubt I'll see the elephant today: But you never know: Apparently he's fond of a cuppa: And a cucumber sandwich: Hurrah!
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This Dione Lucas cookbook was a supplement to the Australian Women's Weekly magazine in the 1950s to coincide with her Australian tour. According to page 3, she was brought out by the magazine and held cooking demonstrations in department stores across the nation, as well as appearing on television "a big difference between her last tour and this one". The 64 page booklet contains scores of recipes for hors d'oeuvres, entrees, soups, fish, meat, poultry, vegetables, desserts, souffles…
Genuine original Crock-Pot Slow Cookers from the '70s
In the '70s, Crock-Pot Slow Cookers became popular, because a meal could be cooked for pennies a serving, and cuts of meat coudl be deliciously tenderized.
1949 Universal Mixer print ad Kitchen appliance It Takes the | Etsy
This ad is for the Universal Mixer and Juicer "beats, mixes, juices, whips and mashes." Page measures about 8 x 11 inches and is in very good condition. As a vintage piece it has its own unique quality, and may show some slight signs of wear, chipping or browning at the border edges. All of my paper items are extremely well packaged. They are mailed in a poly sleeve, backed with chipboard, inside of a heavy duty cardboard stay-flat mailer. Thanks for looking- For books, art prints, and more…