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Betty Crocker's First Cookbook
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Origin

General Mills Corporation

Type

Cookbook

Effects

User will know hundreds of recipes by heart

Downsides

Doesn't grant skill in cooking.

Activation

Reading

Collected by

Artie Nielsen and James Macpherson

Section

The Library Section

Date of Collection

September 30th 1976

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OriginEdit

Betty Crocker has been a household name since the 1920's. A division of General Mills, the name Betty Crocker was created by Marjorie Husted. It began as a radio cooking show, then the first actual cookbook by General Mills was published in 1942.

UsageEdit

When read, the book bestows upon the user instant knowledge of hundreds of recipes. The reader will be able to list the ingredients and steps from memory. Unfortunately, it doesn't grant skill in cooking or baking. For maximum results, it is suggested to use the book with Julia Child's Apron and Auguste Escoffier’s Tasting Spoons. Oddly enough, the apron and the tasting spoons cancel out each others' negative side-effect. It has been suggested that the book may be a mitigating factor.

CollectionEdit

After Lena passed away, the Bed and Breakfast was left without an accomplished cook. To save themselves from non-stop takeout, one of the agents will occasionally use the cookbook to whip up a nice dinner.

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