When my mother died, she had bookshelves full of cooking magazines, along with quite a few paperback cookbooks, and a very few hardcovered cookbooks. Since she didn't like to cook, and therefore wasn't a good cook, I have no idea why she had accumulated all of these books, but there they were. I gave most of them to Goodwill, but kept about 4. This is one of them.
THE LAND O' LAKES COOKBOOK
Land O' Lakes equals butter, right? Butter equals buttery goodness, decadent flavor, and all of that, right? This had to be a keeper. It's a ring bound book, which is nice; in theory, you can take out the page you need, and keep the rest of the book away from the perils of cooking, wherein liquids and food grub might fly about and attack your book at any moment. Or at least wet hands might handle said cookbook.
Nellie's Children's Cookbook!
Poppie's Cooking Electrically!