This book is not so much a cookbook as a recipe pamphlet. There is no date on the pamphlet but Amazon says that it came out in 1986. This is my Mom's copy but I know I have several of my own somewhere in storage. I believe we got this by writing in to Kahlua.
I'm a huge Kahlua fan. Growing up (before tequila mind you) drinks with Kahlua and Baileys were my drinks of choice. I definitely went through a Black Russian and White Russian phase...since I didn't really like the taste of alcohol and didn't drink beer, Kahlua made things nice and sweet.
This booklet (size is about 8 1/2 by 5 1/2) has 18 pages and a little over 50 recipes. The way the booklet is set up, there is a photo of each drink and recipe in a staged "setting" underneath the recipes. The recipes seems pretty easy to follow and don't require strange ingredients.
The recipes range from classic drinks (Black Russian) to Coffee Drinks (Cafe Don Juan, Kioki Coffee), to drinks with Cream (Colorado Bulldog, Pola Bear, Root Beer Float), Hot Cocoa, and mixed drinks (Brave Bull, Kahlua and Rum and Soda). There are also recipes for foods that are cooked with Kahlua like Baked Beans, Baked Ham, Cheesecake, Chocolate Cake, Chocolate Walnut Squares, Creamy Cake, Party Crunch Cake, Toffee Bars, Chocolate Velvet, Chicken and Ribs, Chili, Cinnamon Raisin Rolls, Ice Cream, Mousse, Eggnog Pie, Pumpkin Pie, Quiche, Truffles, Souffle and Candied Yams.
Years ago I made a Kahlua Pumpkin Pie to take to Thanksgiving dinner at my Grams and I think I used the recipe in this booklet though I'm not sure. I do know it was yummy. I also made some Kahlua Brownies from this a few months ago...they turned out okay but nothing to write home about.
I do want to try lots of recipes from this booklet, even some of the drinks. I think a Kahlua Chocolate Hummer (which has Kahlua, light cream and chocolate ice cream) might be on the menu sometime this summer!