This vintage 1970s recipe for a King Kamehameha pie makes a sweet and extra-fruity apple pie. The chunks of apple are set in a juicy pineapple glaze, then topped with cream and macadamia nuts.
Old-fashioned orange pomander balls made with cloves first became popular around the 17th century, and have been in use ever since. Here’s how to make your own fragrant decoration!
Here’s a tasty holiday menu you probably haven’t seen before: Truman Capote’s favorite Thanksgiving recipes! Find a collection of delicious vintage dishes here.
Here’s an easy recipe for a retro treat from the ’70s – a creamy Dutch Apple dessert, with layers of graham cracker crumbs, sweet cream, apple pie filling, and a delicious topping.
Here’s a vintage Johnny Appleseed Pie recipe from the Log Cabin kitchens for an apple pie that Johnny Appleseed himself would have been proud of, with extra flavor from maple syrup.
Are you ready for Halloween? A look back at some old-fashioned Halloween party tips from 1910, in the days when the holiday was more about gatherings than candy collection.
Remember apple head dolls – an early American craft with folk art roots that was popular again in the ’60s and ’70s? Find out how to make these shrunken apple dolls, and more about the art of dollmaking.
Here’s a scrumptious apple tart recipe what was worth $40,000 as the winning pie from America’s Bake-Off Contest in 1986!
Here are 12 amazing classic apple pie recipes, collected from newspapers published across the US throughout the ’60s!
This vintage caramel roll recipe combines brown sugar and pecans to make a warm and wonderful breakfast treat.
These deliciously rich caramel apple oat squares don’t take long to make, and these bars are doubly amazing when served with ice cream on top.
Cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg make a crisp coating for lamb, beef or pork in this apple & spice roast recipe from the ’70s.
Without a doubt, the humble dump cake has one of the worst names ever, but this sweet treat has still managed to stay popular since its introduction in the mid-sixties. See step-by-step photos for an apple pie dump cake recipe here!
Here are some classic Christmas cookie recipes from the ’70s for peanut blossoms, black-eyed Susans, coconut circles, orange drop cookies, pineapple-filled cookies, and Danish pastry apple bars!
Cranberries, like the turkey, have become traditional for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners – and these 20 classic cranberry sauce will add the ruby-red jewel to your feast.
Now is the season when fruit is abundant, cheap and in the best condition for making jams, preserves and jellies. Preserves mean fruit that is cooked with sugar, equal weight, and left whole or nearly so.
Hot punch is one of the traditional winter warmer-uppers, whether or not there’s booze in it. Here are more than a dozen old-fashioned hot punch recipes for the holidays, both with and without alcohol.
Here are 20 classic mincemeat recipes (used to make the holiday favorite, mince pie) – as remembered through the decades by chefs, cookbook authors, in newspapers and family cookbooks.
The Waldorf salad – named for the hotel – became known around the world. Here’s how to make it along with suggestions for lots of different variations – and learn its history!
If you love your yam bakes, we have 7 different ways to enjoy this holiday casserole! Try these classic yam bake recipes that feature peaches, oranges, apples, pineapple, nuts & more.
Get retro recipes for three delicious pies – each with a twist and starring some of America’s favorite flavors: apple, pumpkin and lemon.
Sweet delight – this quick apple coffee cake: A classic recipe from the ’70s is a golden cake dotted with raisins topped with sliced apple and brushed with apple-jelly glaze,
Here are four classic Apple Brown Betty recipes – that’s the name of a delicious old-fashioned dessert made with apples topped by sweet spiced crumbs.
Delicious vintage holiday desserts are as easy as pie! Get recipes for old-fashioned apple crunch cake, pumpkin cream pie delight & luscious pecan pie.
Fannie Farmer’s old-fashioned apple recipes by Fannie Merritt Farmer The wholesome apple in cookery (from 1913) Scandinavian legends affirm that the apple was the favorite
Who’d dream a salad so unusual and impressive could be so easy to make! Serve cranberry candles as your salad once… and you’ll be asked to serve it again and again.
5 vintage fritter recipes Fritter batter: Classic recipe 2 eggs 1 cup flour 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons melted butter 1/2 cup cold water 1
You’ll love to take a bite of this spicy-sweet honey apple pie. Honey, wonderfully delicate in flavor, adds a lusciousness that you have to experience.
This recipe, which combines the popular taste appeal of apple pie filling and a tender crispy cobbler topping, is made easily and quickly with refrigerated cookies, molasses and a prepared apple pie filling.
It tastes like you spent the whole day baking — but this mouthwatering saucy apple swirl cake will take you hardly any time at all.
Grandma’s one-bowl applesauce cake recipe. It’s especially versatile. It’s the perfect snack almost any time. Bake it as squares, a ring, a loaf or cupcakes. Glaze it or not. Offer it for special flavor at brunch, lunch, or nightcap breaks.
Here’s a little tasty twist on the classic Thanksgiving dessert: Pumpkin Dutch Apple pie, featuring several of the season’s best flavors!
Now’s the time for Jell-O salads! (1952) Vintage gelatin recipes: Don’t let a week go by without serving one. Recipes below: 1. Jellied Potato Salad
Cranberry Christmas Canes cookie recipe Mmmm! Tender flaky cookie-buns crammed with cranberries, raisins, honey, nuts… bake ’em easy with Fleischmann’s Yeast and this new no-kneading
Give Uncle Ed a reason to stay awake after his Thanksgiving turkey dinner Caramel apple cheesecake >> You might also like: Libby’s famous pumpkin pie recipe
Use Best Foods for moister, richer spice cakes… the best you’ve ever tasted. Amazin’ Raisin Cake Recipe
Two ever-popular treats come to mind on Halloween: caramel apples and caramel corn. Find out how to make these classic Halloween recipes!
Now’s the time to cook delicious apple treats — and with that hint of fall in the air, it’s a pleasure to spend a morning baking in the kitchen. Here are 5 classic apple dessert recipes you can enjoy!
Check out these zesty retro ’60s holiday side dish recipes for a tasty turkey fruit salad, cranberry fruit molds and salad bowl dressing supreme, all from 1963.
These classic recipes for fruit stuffing combine a traditional rice or bread stuffing for a Thanksgiving turkey with apples, cranberries, oranges and other fruits.
New! Lemon pie with an apple accent! Add 2-1/2 cups of apple juice to My-T-Fine lemon flavor pie filling (instead of water). Or add orange
Any way you carve it, the big bird will taste even better with these sensational Thanksgiving side dishes
Crisco’s country apple pie This apple filling is rich with spice, extra nice. And the pie crust — yum! It’s sure to be flaky, tender,
A fall eating winner — Cinnamon apple cream cake Now cake-baking has no terrors for the youngest bride with no cooking experience. Good cakes keep good husbands,
Monotony is the bane of many tables. This is an unnecessary evil. As an example of what may be done in the way of planning meals using only four ordinary articles of diet, the following 12 menus were worked out by Isabel Bevier, Ph M.
Apple cream pie Ingredients 1 (9-inch) baked pie shell, cooled 1 tbsp (1 envelope) unflavored gelatine 1/2 cup water 2 1/2 cups (1 lb 4-oz
A new twist on an old favorite The secret ingredient is the light, mellow flavor of Grandma’s Molasses. Bet you’ve never had an apple pie
Try these recipes for Double Dutch Intrigue cake, Lemon Whippersnaps & Apple swirl cake — desserts made easy with the help of cake mix!
Raspberry Apple Salad recipe Doubly delicious! There’s applesauce on the inside and apples on top. Add 1 cup hot water to 1 cup raspberry gelatin;
Reynolds rapture: Baked apple sundae in a festive foil “jacket” It’s a baked apple. It’s an ice cream sundae. It’s a dessert that says “holiday” all
After World War II, peanut oil producers — like those in other industries — tried to attract new buyers. In 1948, Planters created this cookbook,