The one on the cover is Festival Salmon Supreme:
His friend would come to work sometimes with salmon patties in his lunch, and my husband always thought they looked so good!
I'm not even sure why I never made them - I knew exactly where the hand-written recipe was.
He had seen the cans of salmon at the store, and he got some because he was still hoping I would finally make some.
More on that in a sec, but first, just for fun, here are a few vintage labels that I got in a "lot" I purchased years ago on eBay.
First up, we have Creamed Salmon and Peas.
You know, I actually detest canned peas, but I honestly think I might have liked that stuff served over toast, as shown in the picture below.
Call me crazy - but it looks good to me:
Here they are sizzling in the pan:
We didn't eat them as burgers.
He ate his with tartar sauce, and I just had fresh lemon juice on mine.
They were GOOD.
I will leave you with one more colorful illustration from the vintage cookbook - a buffet spread with canapes.....
Why, it was none other than the Canned Salmon Industry in Seattle, Washington.