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Mary Richards, Left, Mollie Cameron, Center, & Sue Vogt Look Over Cookbook, October 1974

Mary Richards, Left, Mollie Cameron, Center, & Sue Vogt Look Over Cookbook, October 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 8, 1974
Caption
A bonus in the newly published Margaret Waterman Alumnae Group's cookbook is a section with sample menus for pre-game tailgate picnics. Mary Richards, left, Mollie Cameron, center, and Sue Vogt, one of the cookbook's editors, contemplate no difficulties in putting together a pre-game meal- what with hors d'oeuvres from Millie Schembechler, salads from Mary Louise Lowther and a bounty of other goodies. Money from the sale of the books provides scholarships for 'as many students as possible,' they say. (Photo by Jack Stubbs)

Liam Healey Enjoys Kathleen Baxter's Cookbook For Kids, February 1978

Liam Healey Enjoys Kathleen Baxter's Cookbook For Kids, February 1978 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 15, 1978
Caption
Good Food Is Fun - Kathleen Baxter wanted to produce a cookbook that would encourage children to appreciate "food with all the goodness nature can give." To make sure she was getting her point across, she used a test pane; of members of her target audience. There's no doubt how 5 1/2-year-old Liam Healey, above, feels about the Banana Cake recipe he's whipping up from "Come and Get It!