Hershey’s 1934 Cookbook

Oh, what a rare find from a local antique store.  To read the recipes, just view the original with extra pictures.   I must confess, another side of me that I’m just sharing is my love of antiquing.  Each antique store is like exploring a free museum chock full of treasures.  When I pick out an antique it is to use and not just store away to admire later.  This week I found a well preserved Hershey’s 1934 Cookbook.  Who do you know that didn’t learn to make their first batch of icing with Hersey’s chocolate.  The book I found was actually a reproduction done in 1971 where they did revise and update some of the recipes for the current time.  Still, a cookbook from 1971 in this shape is still hard to find.

 

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Author:kcinaz

Lets talk about the two sides of me. I am a Gemini just so you know. The first side of me is the cooking and entertaining part. This is a major part of my life and I wouldn't be fulfilled without it. Of course, we all have to eat, but the main part of cooking for me is entertaining and sharing fun and flavorful foods with great friends. Dinner parties, happy hours and well, most anything to do with food is where I begin to enjoy. My other side, the artsy side is a craving for art, painting and photography. Maybe this is my Gemini left side of the brain?? Since starting to write a Blog I've picked back up what hubby calls my big ass camera and started carting it around again. He’s always afraid I will ask him to carry it. I keep thinking that when I retire (?#&*!!!) that I will have time to read all the photography books in my library and become a superb photographer. Wishful thinking.

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8 Comments on “Hershey’s 1934 Cookbook”

  1. January 27, 2016 at 5:00 pm #

    My daughter and son in law moved into this house and we have hundreds of cook books dating from 1934 to the 80s . One in particular is a 1934 Hersey cook book that is identical to the one on your page . I was curious about how much it is worth.

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    • January 27, 2016 at 5:05 pm #

      Mine was a reproduction from 1971. Can’t remember for sure what I paid. An original could be pretty valuable if in good condition. Maybe look on eBay. I’ll look to see what I paid for mine.

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  2. debrahooten
    July 3, 2014 at 5:06 am #

    I have one also in good.condition . How much is it worth?

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    • July 3, 2014 at 5:05 pm #

      I’ll have to get. Back to you on that.

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  3. February 24, 2014 at 1:28 pm #

    I would love to know some of those recipes!

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  4. February 13, 2014 at 9:12 pm #

    Love the cover and the chocolate on the kids faces! It just MAKES you want some, doesn’t it? 😀

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  5. February 4, 2014 at 4:07 pm #

    Looks like a great cookbook! How fun that you were able to find it. You’ll have to make some of the recipes and share them with us!

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    • February 4, 2014 at 6:41 pm #

      I couldn’t believe I found it. At first I thought is was circa 1934 but realized it was 1970’s when I looked in the cover. Still a great find. When I slow down a little then I’d like to get back to doing a little cooking / baking. That’s why I’m doing mostly pictures right now. It still takes about 1-2 hours to Photoshop the pic, save it to SmugMug and then post with a few notes on the Blog. I found a Pinterest site on food photography that you might like. I can’t remember if I sent it to you?

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