A retro summer party menu plan for Juliets in search of Romeos (1970)

Midsummer night's dream A party menu plan for Juliets in search of Romeos

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Midsummer night’s dream: A party menu plan for Juliets in search of Romeos

This strategy works like charm. Just pick a full moon night. Set up a table on the patio. Invite lots of boys and wear your ruffly-est ruffles. The rest is easy when you have Kraft to help. Great food. Great fun. And no more lonely Saturday nights.

Midsummer night's dream - A party menu plan for Juliets in search of Romeos

Barbecued chuck steak

Grilled with Kraft Barbecue Sauce. It simmers real cookout flavor all through the meat.

Round bone chuck steak, 1-1/2 inches thick
Kraft Barbecue Sauce
Individual French bread loaves, split
Grilled onions

To make a hit with boys, serve steak! First score fat edge of steak at 1-inch intervals. Place steak in plastic bag; add enough barbecue sauce to coat. Marinate in refrigerator overnight. Drain. Cook on greased grill, turning occasionally and brushing generously with barbecue sauce, to desired doneness. Slice on diagonal. Serve in loaves with Grilled Onions: Slice onions; grill slowly, brushing with barbecue sauce.

Seventeen July 1970 Barbecued chuck steak

All’s-Well-That-Ends-Well Dessert

Click here to get the recipe for the “All’s-Well-That-Ends-Well Dessert” — otherwise known as a pink raspberry-angel food dessert — from this menu feature!


Romeo’s snackwiches

Made with Kraft Pasteurized Process Cheese Food links. They make instant snack entertainment.

Sliced party rye bread
Miracle Whip Salad Dressing
Kraft Prepared Mustard
Nippy Brand Sharp Pasteurized Process Cheese Food, link, sliced
Kraft Pasteurized Process Cheese Food with Bacon, link, sliced
Assorted sliced luncheon meats
Cucumber slices
Pickle slices
Red onion slices
Cherry tomatoes

Start the party this nifty, easy way. Spread bread with salad dressing or mustard. Make sandwiches using cheese food, meat and vegetables, as desired. Alternate sandwiches and tomatoes on skewers.

1970 Romeo's snackwiches recipe

Juliet’s ribbon salad

Made with Kraft Mayonnaise. It’s smooth as velvet.

1 3-ounce package orange flavored gelatin
1-1/2 cups sliced strawberries
1 envelope unflavored gelatin
1/2 cup cold water
1 cup Kraft Mayonnaise
1 3-ounce package Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese
1 3-ounce package lemon flavored gelatin
1-1/2 cups blueberries

Prepare orange gelatin as directed on package except using 1-3/4 cups water. Add strawberries; pour into 2-1/2-quart mold. Chill until firm. Soften unflavored gelatin in cold water; stir over low heat until dissolved. Gradually add mayonnaise to softened cream cheese, mixing until well blended; stir in gelatin. Cool. Pour over orange layer; chill until firm. Prepare lemon gelatin as directed on package except using 1-3/4 cups water. Add blueberries; cool. Pour over mayonnaise layer. Chill until firm; unmold. Makes 10 to 12 servings.

Juliet's ribbon salad recipe

Midsummer macaroni salad

Made with Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Dinner. The kind you cook up fresh-and quick.

1 pkg. Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Dinner
2/3 cup Miracle Whip Salad Dressing
1 cup diagonally sliced celery
1/z cup chopped red onion
1/2 cup chopped sweet pickle
2 tablespoons Kraft Prepared Mustard
1 cup cubed tomato

The perfect combination. ski Hearty and zippy for the boys. Quick and easy for you. Prepare dinner as directed on package. Add was salad dressing. celery, onion, pickle and mustard; mix well. Fold in tomato; chill. If desired, stir in additional salad dressing before serving. 6 to 8 servings.

Midsummer macaroni salad

Barbecued chuck steak recipe

Romeo's snackwiches vintage recipe

Seventeen July 1970 Midsummer macaroni salad recipe

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