This is the place to find recipes from spiral-bound church cookbooks to handwritten recipe cards, and from obscure self-published cookbooks to classic mid-century recipe collections.
It’s a labor of love – recipe love.
The Quick Bread Story
In August 2016, I wandered into a local thrift store and walked out with the 1981 edition of My Great Recipes.
It weighed 10 pounds and had more than 1000 recipes. I shared the find on my old blog, and the post went crazy.
People had lost their favorite cards, or the entire collection. Many were looking for beloved recipes, and together the community found many of those.
Right then, I decided to create a website for these cards and other beloved recipes tucked in spiral-bound church cookbooks, handwritten recipe cards, and classic mid-century recipe collections.
Who’s Behind This Fabulousness?
I’m life coach Julie A. Wallace – who has a collection of more than two hundred cookbooks. For a few years I blogged as Cookbook Fetish, then moved on to WordStorm Casserole. These days I split my time between JulieAWallace.com, My Great Recipes Collection, a 40-hour work week, coaching clients, and one grey cat named Ivan.
Contact me at cookbookfetish AT gmail DOT com – or through the Contact page.