This no-bake banana pudding with vanilla wafers is such a spectacular dessert, you’d never dream it could be so quick and so easy to make. Bonus: Cooked banana pudding recipe.
From the 1970s: Try using Armour Vienna Sausage in all kinds of dishes – like this retro recipe for Five Star Casserole. You’ll find it makes a tasty change to the hamburger meat routine.
Get some retro Cheez Whiz recipes for fondue, casserole and other cheezy dishes like ham & rice roll-ups, Mexican bean dip and more.
This groovy vintage ’60s recipe for a Wieneroni casserole combines flavorfully glazed hot dogs with pasta for a truly retro-style dinner.
This Mexican-meets-Italian Tostado pizza recipe won the $500 second prize in the Better Homes & Gardens Budget Recipe Contest in 1974.
These little tamale pies are single-serving meals that have sliced tamales baked into a spiced corn batter. Get the recipe from the ’50s here!
Right from the ’50s, here are some classic tips to keep your kitchen cool when it’s hot outside, plus some easy recipes to help you beat the heat.
This easy retro recipe for a delicious creamy chicken ‘n broccoli casserole gets a bonus crunch from a crispy onion topping.
What’s for dinner? How about some old-fashioned macaroni and cheese? Get 10 delicious classic mac & cheese recipes to try, many of which might be new to you!
Called a Top Hat Supper, it consists of slices of Spam or Treet topped by a ‘hat’ of well-seasoned instant mashed potatoes.
Who won $10,000 in 1976’s national chicken cooking contest? Find out, get the prize-winning chicken recipe – plus those for the 4 runners up!
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.
In the ’70s, vintage Crock-Pot Slow Cookers became popular, because a meal could be cooked for pennies a serving, and cuts of meat could be deliciously tenderized.
High, gold and handsome… here’s a retro ’50s meatloaf with a unique savory, golden topping that’s really a meringue made with mustard instead of sugar.
Here’s the recipe for the retro favorite – tuna crunch casserole – made with Campbell’s cream of mushroom soup and other good stuff.
Why not give your family a Sunday kind of meal right in the middle of the week? Like, on Wednesday, for instance. Here are four fab retro dinner recipes from the ’60s to try!
Versatile meatballs have become one of the most often served and enjoyed — foods on American tables. Get 10 recipes for these family favorites here!
Take a look at a few of the many ways the recipe for a Thanksgiving staple – the old-fashioned green bean casserole – has been made over the years.
Stuffing recipes from the seventies Stuffing in the seventies is a cinch to prepare. The dry mix may be combined with water and butter or
Here are two recipes for easy-to-bake banana pudding, made Southern-style with vanilla wafers and a topping of light, fluffy meringue.
Team the unique cranberry flavor with that of the seasonal favorite, the sweet potato. Here are three tasty recipes featuring sweet potatoes & cranberries!
Here’s a clever way to use Thanksgiving leftovers! Add your turkey to this one pan turkey ‘n’ stuffing casserole – it’s an easy after-holiday lunch or dinner.
How to make oven-fried chicken – Texas recipe (1939) Oven-fried chicken is one of the dishes that is particularly simple to prepare. After the preliminary
Just 30 minutes in a hot oven, and the bubbling goodness and tantalizing aroma of this zesty baked beans recipe will speed the family to the table on the double!
Here’s an honest-to-goodness family meal that tastes like a Sunday treat — franks and beans. Here are four ways to serve them, including a franks ‘n’ beans casserole.
’60s dinner party with fondue — the fun party dish! Everyone will have a ball the moment the dunking begins. These exciting party foods show you’re really with it. Plenty — and then some — to feed a crowd. Here’s how!
How do you feel about rice pudding? It’s not exactly a controversial subject, but people are usually “for it” or “against it.” If you’re a
Here’s a great new way to make the good old green-bean-bake – in the microwave! Green beans, soup and more help update a classic Thanksgiving recipe.
In a rush and need something quick for dinner? Try this tuna macaroni and cheese from the 1990s! It’s easy, delicious, and it takes just 20 minutes to prepare.
Dinner can undergo a delightful change of pace when you serve beef burgundy, or as the French would say, boeuf bourguignon.
Originally the fondue was a cheese dish, one cooked with wine and served with bread dunked. Today, the fun-to-do dishes have meats, chocolates or vegetables as their main ingredients.
Shepherd’s Pie prepared in old way, but with modern-day products (1961) By Cecily Brownstone Among my collection of old cookbooks is one called “What to
You’ll amaze folks with your skill (needn’t tell ‘em how easy it was!) and delight everybody with this grand-tasting cheese souffle.
“Best beans we ever tasted!” your whole family will say. Ritter’s beans-with-pork are in a class by themselves… Here’s an especially tempting, easy way to
Three simple one-dish meals that are simply swell! 1. Hearty Hash Casserole Tastes like you’d spent hours preparing it – instead of minutes. Because it’s
What do you get when you combine lemon jello with tuna, mayonnaise, onion, celery and pimento? A Monterey souffle salad! Here’s how they used to make it.
Simply use this superb combination of the world’s finest soy sauce, choice wine and natural herbs and spices as a marinade, a baste and directly on foods as a seasoning. Try the tasty recipes below. You’ll enjoy a revelation in flavor!
Mrs Morlock’s Hamburger and Green Bean Casserole Guaranteed to brighten up “Blue Monday” dinner hours is Hamburger and Green Bean Casserole, as made by Mrs
Here’s a simple summer recipe that you can cook right on the grill! This delicious cheddar bean bake recipe makes the perfect side dish.
The new way to cook is with Karo! Karo Fireside baked beans What a wonderful new way to zip up an old favorite! The difference