Three Word Thursday

déjà vu meat

You may remember this similar post with vintage meat cut images. Well, I found another cookbook with more fantastic animal illustrations for $8 at an antique store.This is the Woman’s Exchange Cook Book of 1905. It is barely hanging on, held together by cellophane tape and a bit smelly, but full of beautiful illustrations and plenty of old newspaper clippings and recipes tucked into it. There’s even a remedy for colic.And since the first batch of meat cuts was so well received, here are more fantastic free images for you in both color jpg files and a black and white PDF version you can click on to download.For more meat cuts, CLICK HERE!

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11 Responses to Three Word Thursday

  1. #1 - Scrap for Joy says:

    Call me crazy but beef just isn't as appealing in a diagram as it is when it comes sizzling off the grill! My 3 words for Thursday…
    Bacon-lettuce-tomato

  2. #2 - Debbie's Garden says:

    I agree! When my daughter was maybe 3 years old we bought chicken from the grocery. She made a point of telling me it wasn't the same kind of chicken you see at a barn.

  3. #3 - Roxana says:

    How glorious, I adore old books!

  4. #4 - Frenchell says:

    i love the images!

  5. #5 - Mod Podge Amy says:

    Girl, we need to go thrift shopping together! You find the coolest stuff. . .

    Tomorrow
    Colorado
    Yeah!

  6. #6 - Splendid Little Stars says:

    I love these old images! What a great find! I recently made a journal for a friend and included 2 pages that had a cow and a pig showing the cuts. I got the images from a Whole Earth catalog–not as old as yours, but fun nevertheless.

  7. #7 - xashee's corner says:

    thank you for sharing! :) Have a GREAT evening!

  8. #8 - ITALIAN PEASANT says:

    love your blog, if you have time stop on over & say hi, i think you'll like :) gio

  9. #9 - Buttons says:

    Cathy, these are great. Are there any poultry images in there?

    Buttons McD

  10. #10 - Brooke says:

    Holy Cow (no pun intended… well, maybe a little) I wanna know more about that BOOK!! It’s so cool! What is the copyright date so that I can find one? :o) I collect old cookbooks and wow, that’s a beaut! :o)

  11. #11 - isis says:

    For some reason I can’t seem to access the file :( is the link broken thanks so much for sharing the lovely stuff!