1930s Cookbooks from Newspapers
- Personalise with Any Name and Message
- Available in A4 softback and hardback
- Hardback editions feature Any Name gold-embossed on the cover!
- Featuring adverts, columns and recipes as they were originally printed
- Delicious 1930s Recipes and food ideas
With 1930s Cookbooks from Newspapers, revisit the history of food as reported at the time. In this wide collection of 1930s recipes, you can explore inventive food ideas as they were originally printed. With fascinating adverts, advice columns, and recipes, you can indulge on 30s history; giving you a unique view of the past.
Look back on the economic challenges people faced during the period, and effectively dealt with surviving the aftermath of The Wall Street Crash of 1929. Understand how, at the beginning of the decade, unemployment was widespread across the UK, but people with jobs saw a vast improvement in the home environment, meaning nourishing meals for the whole family.
Featuring health advice for the industrious housewives, the recipes of this decade were aimed at the domestic goddess to create dashing meals. Create your own 1930s Food from recipes that made the decade iconic, like the popular 'Lemon Bakewell Tart', all here in this 1930s Recipe Book. Available in softback and hardback, your cookbook can have Any Name embossed in gold on our hardback editions and will make a beautiful addition to anyone’s kitchen.
Your Personalised 1930s Recipe Book
Personalise with Any Name up to 22 characters and Any Message of five lines up to 30 characters each.
Why not go the extra mile and opt for a stunning hardback edition with the recipient’s Name embossed in gold on the cover?
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This 1930s Cookbook from Newspapers contains recipes and food ideas available in A4 softback and hardback. Hardback books will have your personalisation embossed in gold. Products will be produced exactly as you have stated. Accents and other symbols cannot be printed.