Vintage 1930's Grunow Refrigerators Cookbook-with "Safe" Carrene Refrigerant-NR

USD 5.0
5h 22min

Here is a paperback cookbook that came with Grunow refrigerators. Grunow refrigerators were only made for about 5 years, in the 1930's, by the General Household Utilities Company of Illinois and Indiana, and they were more well-known for their radios. Evidently when electric refrigerators were first introduced, consumers had concerns about chemical leakage and explosions, and the selling point of Grunow refrigerators was their use of Carrene, "the magic fluid" refrigerant, touted to be very safe and efficient, discussed on the first couple pages of the book and on the back cover. This cookbook is booklet style, measuring 7" x 9-3/4", with 32 pages. The first chapter of recipes are for "The Ever Popular Bridge Lunch." The recipes are, of course, all for chilled foods and the cookbook is ...

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