Recipes: Lost & Found in Food Traditions & Culture Posted February 3, 2011 Looking for a recipe for my mom: as we have readjusted the kitchen from my Dad's custody for 20 years, back to hers, she is now cooking again, and looking here and there for some of those favorite recipes. Today's request is for a recipe from a lost Bisquick recipe pamphlet, which vintage circa 1960-1970, perhaps 20-30 pages--not a large hardback book--with a lot of yellow and red on the cover, for Peach Crisp. I've been browsing on Ebay and not finding anything that sounds quite right, although I really need her to be looking over my shoulder instead of on the phone, so she can try to recognize the cover....or better yet, a gulleteer can come through, so we can just get the recipe we need--the only one she made from that booklet. I want the recipe too because I tried off & on for a few years to recreate that particular texture of topping--a little bit biscuity/cakey but not too sweet or too fluffy, but couldn't do it. With the original in hand, I'd like to try again.Help?!This is the first Bisquick Cookbook published in 1964, 112 pages. It came in both a soft back spiral bound and a hardback spiral bound. The soft back was a premium at markets with the purchase of Bisquick, I think it cost 99 cents with the Bisquick.