They're the meals your grandma used to make, the recipes lovingly handed down from mother to child, the dishes that warm body and soul. The Good Housekeeping Everyday Cookbook--the groundbreaking volume that launched an industry--will celebrate its 100th birthday next year. It was the first book to carry the Good Housekeeping name, and it is a fascinating look back to the life that was. Now available in a stamped and flexibound facsimile edition, it contains the delicious and practical recipes submitted by the magazine's readers, as well as special memoranda pages for you to write down your own family favorites. Plus, it maintains that convenient oblong format so perfect for use on table or counter tops. The moment you open up this beautiful volume, you'll feel transported to simpler times, before convenient (and bland) frozen foods replaced home cooking, and microwaves gave us speed...and destroyed flavor. Here are good honest ingredients, well and simply prepared. Stuffed or scalloped tomatoes, strawberry salad, oyster cocktail, buttermilk biscuits, old-fashioned slaw, chicken casserole, roasted turkey, hearty meat loaf, and chocolate bread pudding to top it off: you'll be in heaven, thinking you're back in mom's kitchen again!