This retro holiday spinach rice recipe makes 12 servings of a delicious and festive-looking side dish, which includes spinach, cheese and green onions – plus sliced almonds for crunch.
With seasonings like ginger, garlic and red pepper, this easy walnut chicken with broccoli recipe from the ’80s makes a delicious dinner with a little Asian flair.
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.
Vintage recipes in this Campbell’s emergency dinner cookbook include Pot roast, Frankfurter boats, Campbelled eggs, Skillet meatloaf, Spanish rice, Macaroni & cheese, Tuna supreme, Chicken crunch & more.
Want something different for dinner? There are no run-of-the-mill suppers here. These retro meatloaf recipes from the ’60s are so old-school, they will delight – or at least surprise – you.
This easy rice with tuna, tomato & olives makes a one-pan dinner, using only ingredients you may already have in your cupboard!
This easy and quick Spanish tomato beef-rice recipe from the ’60s is made in one pan, and makes a great dinner for four people.
A good old-fashioned meat-stretcher is a corn pie with ground beef crust. It’s easy to make, and you will have a mouth-meltingly delicious corn pie that’s a conversation piece as well as a satisfying mainstay.
If you’re a rice pudding fan, you’ll love these 1960s methods to make the time-honored dessert. If you’re not a rice pudding lover, then one of these rice pudding recipes may convert you.
Fun to make and fun to eat (plus super easy), your family will love this vintage recipe for porcupine meatballs!
Desserts made out of candy? Kids growing up in the late ’60s and early ’70s probably could hardly believe their good luck when this Snickers bar chocolate rice pudding recipe showed up.
Here’s a look at a few of the wheat-free recipes created during WWI — classic recipes for cakes and cookies made with rice flour in place of wheat flour.
Beef up your steak Steak is so special, it deserves to be served with something special. Something that breaks out of the old potato routine.