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Vintage Corningware Percolator

Yesterday we had some snow flurries ❄️ It was a nice treat for us Texans ⛄️ 

I enjoyed a nice cup of hot coffee ☕️ especially when made in my *CorningWare percolator ❤️ This one was made in the late 60s ~ early 70s. 

*Some were recalled so if using them be sure to support the bottom when pouring.

1963 Margaret Rudkin Pepperidge Farm Cookbook

I love old and vintage cookbooks 😍 today I am going to try a bread 🍞 recipe πŸ’₯

I don’t recall where I found this cookbook; at a thrift store or Half Price Books πŸ“š I am thinking 🧐 it might have been at Half Price ❤️

I love cookbooks that add some history or a peek into the lives of the ones sharing the recipe.

This πŸ‘†πŸ»Is the front of the book.

I love ❤️ the illustrations throughout the book. Some are in black and white, while others are in color. The above illustration is printed inside on the other side of the front cover and the back too!

My loaf πŸ˜† unfortunately the oven rack was a tad bit too high for this loaf and burnt the top πŸ€ͺ

Once I got to the middle of the loaf 🍞 it wouldn’t fit in the toaster 🀣🀣

It may have looked funny but it sure was good πŸ˜‹ 

The bread recipe was actually for two loaves but when I divided the dough they looked so small so I only made one. I guess that wasn’t such a good idea πŸ’‘πŸ˜

I will try this recipe again 🍞