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    PK cookbook from 1970

    http://www.pkgrills.com/content/pdf/...ook%20LOW1.pdf

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      #3
      Cool find!

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        #4
        That’s a really cool find, the puke yellow paint on the grill.....shocked they don’t have that in their lineup anymore LOL

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          #5
          I love how they really tried to educate their customers.

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            #6
            Cool & vintage ! 👍

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              #7
              Cool! It is interesting the direction cookbooks have taken since then. There are zero photos in this one, while today's cookbooks are 97% photos

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                #8
                You go PK Pete, I liked all the choice's in colors. Neat find.

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                  #9
                  If you use a liquid, foam or jelly type fire starter...
                  Yes!




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                    #10
                    #1 and 2 look like people from the original Star Trek off set having lunch!
                    #3 Please explain how his tennis racket got stuck......well, where its stuck. You also have Mr. Spock, during his "blonde" phase, doing the cooking. I assume meatless.

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                      #11
                      My favorite is the barbecue sauce (pg 48) that includes a cup of salad oil.

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                      • Alphonse
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                        Interesting that is was recommended for poultry, veal, lamb, or beef. Wondering if they didn't like pork?

                        But wait, they were Arkansans and I know they liked pork. So a serious oversight on that one.

                      #12
                      Available in the modern colors of Sunset Orange, Avocado Green, Harvest Gold, and Burnt Poppy! Well whaddaya know, my mother-in-law's house has all of the Modern Colors!!

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