Men were most comfortable in the wild and did all their cooking outdoors. When the kitchen moved inside, the men ceded duties to the women.
|The Finds: Big Boy Barbecue Book, 14th Printing, c.1967 (originally published 1956-1957), $11, The Savanteer; Your Admiral Electric Range Guide Book, c.1950s, $5, Archipelago Vintage.|
|The Finds: Big Boy Barbecue Book, c.1960 (originally published 1956-1957), $4.95, Texas Skye; Outdoor Cookery, Lily Haxworth Wallace, c.1952, $4, Backstash and Bygones.|
|The Finds: Sour Cream: The Gourmet Touch to Everyday Cooking, c.1950s, $6, Archipelago Vintage; Make it with Margarine for Good Cooking, c.1950, $8.50, The Cookbook Maven.|
|The Finds: Elsie's Cook Book, Elsie the Cow with aid of Harry Botsford, c.1952, from $1.95, Amazon.|
|The Finds: Wolf in Chef's Clothing: The Picture Cook and Drink Book for Men, Robert H. Loeb, Jr., Illustrated by Jim Newhall, $15, Sage Goods.|