Food of the Fifties with Ruth Chier Rosen

Dig that Dish, 1960Dig That Dish: Teen-Age Party Menus & Recipes For All Occasions
First Edition
160 pages, Copyright 1960
"A successful party takes ideas, organization, and your shoulder to the wheel.
When it is successful there is nothing like the satisfaction of knowing you put it across. The easiest way to do it is to set a theme, decide on the kind of food your crowd likes and provide enough space and opportunity for activity to keep the party moving.
The following party ideas can be used in combination with your own ideas and we hope they will spark some new ideas of your own. The food is all easy to prepare and you can do it yourself as part of the fun of having a party.
Be the Elsa Maxwell or Lucius Beebe of your gang. No party will be complete without your contributions and presence."

Click here to take a look at the second edition of this book. We published it as a hardbound book because Librarians wanted cookbooks for teens to put on their shelves.

Written by fiftiesfood88 — April 27, 2012

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Ruth Chier Rosen’s cookbooks are the go-to source for almost any recipe you desire—from the simplest cocktail to the most sophisticated soufflé. With decades of culinary experience packed into 30+ cookbooks under the Handy Aid Cookbooks Press, Ruth specializes in creating simple but delicious and dazzling dishes and drinks. Her books are great for the beginning cook or the seasoned chef.

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