Who could forget vintage TV dinners — those shiny foil trays filled with delicious-looking dinner delights, just waiting in the freezer for a special night?
Here are two dozen delicious (and often unique) ways to serve bananas — try one or more of these recipes for a taste of life back more than 100 years ago!
While boxes of Jell-O pudding pops may be but a memory, we can still remember their glory days through these magazine ads and TV commercials!
Here’s a recipe for a Milky Way ice cream log – and yes, it’s actually made of Milky Way candy bars. And ice cream. With frosting.
As originally created, the Waldorf Salad was a crunchy mixture of apples and celery tossed with mayonnaise. Someone later added broken walnuts, and this is the version that we have come to accept as the classic Waldorf Salad. Here’s the original and two more recipes!
Iced Nesselrode Pudding, a chestnut-based chilled sweet, was considered to be very expensive, very fancy, very tasty — and was, consequently, very popular during the Victorian era.
Pumpkin is so versatile that it is a natural for our rich heritage of regional cooking. The varieties of pumpkin pie are seemingly endless. The following recipes are a sampling of some of these American favorites.
Ice cream salad recipes: Tomato ice cream, cucumber ice cream & avocado ice cream The tomato ice cream on the rocks [below] makes a frosty start
If you want a taste of good old-fashioned maple flavor, here are some vintage maple syrup recipes that should give you the classic taste you’re looking for.
Frozen Caribbean salad recipe Ingredients 1 large banana, sliced 1/2 cup chopped maraschino cherries 1 tablespoon lime juice 1 cup Kraft Mayonnaise 1 cup heavy cream,
Homemade for the Holidays: Vintage pie recipes Apple streusel mince pie recipe Ingredients 1 (9-inch) unbaked pastry shell 3 all-purpose apples, pared and thinly sliced
You can think of these Victorian chocolate and coffee frappe recipes as precursors to Starbucks’ Frappuccino. You can even combine a couple and make an icy mocha frap of your own, courtesy of these recipes from the 19th century!
We love “spring pink” desserts May is the month for the sweetest-flavored strawberries, for juicy-tender rhubarb and sun-ripened raspberries. Start with our Dresden-pink strawberry torte…
How to be a better cook …and save money, too! By Mary Blake, Carnation Home Service Director Ever discover a recipe so different you can hardly
Hail the red, white and blueberry. A simple summer dessert that’s frozen fantastic. Hurray for the magic of Eagle Brand! It’s the secret to this
Hot-n-Buttery frozen waffles pops up with a golden brown buttery-flavored crispness that you just can’t get with any other brand of frozen waffles.
Here’s the scoop. Nothing beats fresh fruit ice cream on a hot summer’s day… except creamy fresh ‘n’ fruity ice cream you make yourself — without an ice cream maker!
Pure, natural, low in calories — Chiquita pops are for people old enough to care about what they eat.
Holiday amusements Instantaneous freezing: During frosty weather, let a vessel be half filled with water, cover it closely, and place it in the open air,
Cold drinks now… for eager thirsts! (1949) Ice cubes instantly! Just lift the “Magic Touch” lever! Children’s thirst is impatient! It seems to take forever
New route to Alaska. Family-style Baked Alaska from Betty Crocker. Look hard? It’s not. Look delicious? It is. Betty Crocker has designed a new family-style
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