You're Really Cooking When You're Cooking With Seven-Up! For A New Dimension In Kitchen Cookery Nothing Does It Like Seven-Up!
The front panel is white with a pink center band. The title is divided up between the three bands. The pink band has a cake, gelatin dessert, pie, ham, and two Seven-Up bottles. The back panel is the same set of colors. The top white band has the all family drink! in red letter. There are four family head (man, woman, girl, and boy) straddling the top white and the pink bands. The pink band has in black text:...a real thirst-quencher...a fresh, clean taste...a quick, refreshing lift. The bottom white band has in black letters: Nothing does it like Seven-Up! and the copyright statement. There is a upright Seven-Up bottle on the right that stands through all the bands of color. The front end page has a picture of a woman in an apron Seven-Up into a mixing bowl. There is a second Seven-Up bottle and a box of pancake mix next to bowl. The title is: There's a place in your kitchen... for [Seven-Up logo]. There is text on why it is an exciting new ingredient for housewives. The back end page has a picture of a holiday party and the title: At home... Anywhere! There are suggestions on how to use it. There are recipes are for basting, using with packaged mixes, punches, meal starters, desserts, new ways for old favorites, and pastries. Page RE-8 has Some handy hints. There are black and white photos of some of the dishes. There are no page numbers but pages are marked with RE-# which apparently indicates the section.View this piece: jpg pdf
Donor: Sliker, Shirley Brocker
Brand Name: Seven-Up
Publisher: Seven-Up Co. (St. Louis, Mo.)
15.2 x 10.5 cm
Key term: Recipes
Copyright: Permission is granted from the copyright owner/holder.
Citation: You're Really Cooking When You're Cooking With Seven-Up! For A New Dimension In Kitchen Cookery Nothing Does It Like Seven-Up!. The Alan and Shirley Brocker Sliker Collection, MSS 314, Special Collections, Michigan State University Libraries. Available at http://www.lib.msu.edu/exhibits/sliker/detail.jsp?id=3481