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Cheez Whiz Idea Book recipes (1974)

Cheez Whiz Idea book: A cookbook of Cheez Whiz recipes and serving suggestions, from Kraft   Recipes for Tampico Tomato Soup, Cheemato Soup, Ham & Rice Roll-Ups, Country Rabbit, Mexican Bean Dip,... Read more...

Onion dip with Miracle Whip (1985)

"Hey, Andy, look at this. Onion dip with Miracle Whip." There's only one thing better than homemade onion dip. And that's homemade onion dip made with the tangy zip of Miracle Whip Salad Dressing. So easy. S... Read more...

Tuna Fritters with Cheese Sauce (1959)

Cheese sauce in 3 minutes... and tuna fritters New ideas for Lent! Real homemade Imagine! Your own homemade cheese sauce in 3 minutes. No flour or shortening needed because of Carnation's double richness. D... Read more...

Jeweled cheese ball recipe (1982)

Recipe for a Jeweled Cheese Ball Ingredients 2 cups (8oz) shredded natural cheddar 1 cup pitted dates, chopped 1/2 cup butter softened 1 tablespoon brandy 1/2 cup toasted sliced almonds Directions ... Read more...

Thanksgiving turkey team-ups (1985)

Thanksgiving side dishes Any way you carve it, the big bird will taste even better with these sensational side dishes Our elegant accompaniments for Thanksgiving turkey are sure to surprise and delight. Cho... Read more...

Devilish corn sauce recipe (1964)

Del Monte cream style corn ... is a real satisfier. Rich corn cream crammed with tender golden kernels. Full of natural sweetness, hearty flavor. Your kind of value. Devilish corn sauce Great news for corned... Read more...

Sweet sauces for peaches (1950)

Sauces for peaches by Charlotte Scripture There's nothing wrong with peaches and cream -- but try one of these sauces on unsweetened peaches. Custard sauce Scald 2 cups milk and grated rind 1 orange o... Read more...

Dressing makes the salad (1950)

Dressing makes the salad Sour cream dressing Mix together 1/2 teaspoon dry mustard, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon each flour and sugar and a dash cayenne in top of double boiler. Stir in 1/4 cup each vine... Read more...

Your tutti frutti jar (1899)

Your tutti frutti jar You should to prepare it without delay A continuing confection, but easy to make Begin by putting one pound each of sugar and hulled strawberries in a covered stone jar, with one quart ... Read more...

3 raspberry jam recipes (1912)

Red Raspberry jam 1 Allow three-quarters of a pound of sugar to a pound of fruit. Put the berries on alone and boil for half an hour, stirring hard and often. Dip out the superfluous juice, add the sugar and c... Read more...

3 springtime rhubarb recipes (1908)

Some rhubarb recipes Rhubarb is not used as much as its merits deserve, perhaps because so few housewives know that it can be served in other ways than in pies and sauces. Here are some good recipes sent in ... Read more...

How to make green butter (1912)

Green butter For green butter, which is delicious with weakfish, use two teaspoonfuls of chopped green peppers, one scant teaspoonful of minced chives and the juice from a quarter of lemon for every quarter ... Read more...

6 ways to preserve raspberries (1919)

6 different ways to preserve fresh raspberries Raspberries are such a perishable fruit that they should be preserved as soon as possible after their arrival from market; to wash them, place a few in a colander... Read more...

Spiced peaches recipe (1904)

Spiced peaches Spiced peaches recipe (1904) #ratingval# from #reviews# reviews Print Recipe Type: Jam Ingredients 6 pounds of peaches 3-1/2 pounds of granulated sugar 1 pi... Read more...

6 ways to preserve gooseberries (1919)

On saving the berries of July for December by Margaret Hamelin 1. Gooseberry conserve recipe Wash and stem five pounds of gooseberries and add four pounds of sugar, one and a half pounds of seeded raisins an... Read more...

Old Dominion recipe collection (1886)

Old Dominion recipes Experimentally prepared and carefully tested. by Mary Stuart Smith Delicious fritters One quart of water, butter the size of an egg; boil a few moments, stir in flour to make it as th... Read more...

2 recipes for apple butter (1913)

Apple butter This should be made from new cider, fresh from the press and not yet fermented. Fill a porcelain-lined kettle with cider and boil until reduced one-half. Then boil another kettleful in the same ... Read more...

Taylor’s raspberry preserves (1915)

Ripe raspberries! New ways to prepare them by Caroline Coe The following recipe has been used many generations in an old Southern home, and the preserves are considered the finest in the country. The "old m... Read more...

Cooking and preserving pumpkin (1908)

A reader tells us to try her way of cooking pumpkin: After seeing that it is perfectly clean on the outside, set the pumpkin in a pan and place in the oven; do not peel or cut at all. Bake for an hour or... Read more...

4 loganberry recipes (1913)

What to do with loganberries Red loganberry and currant jelly Use one drawer of loganberries to one box of currants. Cook these together with a very little water to prevent burning. Strain through a jelly b... Read more...

4 salad dressing recipes (1910)

Salad dressings There is an old Spanish proverb that in making a salad, one should choose a spendthrift to measure the oil, a miser to measure the vinegar, a counselor for the salt and a madman to stir it up... Read more...

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