Back in 1971, a California newspaper asked readers to submit their best sugar cookie recipes. Most of the cookies were made with tried-and-true vintage recipes, passed down from generation to generation. Here are 8 of the best!
A cake, more than any other creation of the culinary art, truly expresses the spirit of festivity. And the magic of a cake extends beyond the festive occasion, into the cozy family world of everyday.
A woman never gets too old, or too experienced, to be thrilled when she sees her own handiwork emerge as a breathtakingly beautiful cake. But delicious cakes don’t "just happen."
These wheat-free bread recipes come from 1918, during the height of World War 1, when the country was asked to save wheat for the troops.
For the merriest of holidays, here is a collection of gingerbread houses! A half-timbered country gingerbread house, a church with twin towers, a marvelous Victorian manse -- take your pick.
All of these classic pecan pie recipes come to you direct from the 1960s. In addition to the traditional pie recipes, you will find variations that fe... Click to read more...
We do not hear the cry “Hot Cross Buns, Hot Cross Buns, One a Penny, Two a Penny, Hot Cross Buns,” when we awaken on Good Friday morning in this country.
During World War I, there was a need for Americans at home to eat less wheat, so many recipes were created using all kinds of other flours and similar products -- rice flour, potato flour, corn meal, etc.
Here are three old fashioned cake recipes from the Victorian era!