Rediscover the most tantalizing, old-fashioned sandwich fillings that once graced the humble bread slices of yesteryear.
Ranch salad dressing and your favorite brand of tuna — they bring out the best in each other, like in this 6-layer tuna salad vintage recipe.
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.
How did the Chicken of the Sea tuna get such a strange name? Get the story from the ’70s right here.
Try the Bisquick dish with an elegant air: Tuna ring! It’s a baked biscuit-like ring that’s served with a cheesy tuna sauce in the center.
You can make your own homemade cheese sauce in 3 minutes – no flour or shortening. It’s delicious over these tuna fritters – get the recipes!
Here’s how to make individual tuna dreamboats with bell peppers. Just watch the family cheer as these boats come sailing to the table!
This easy rice with tuna, tomato & olives makes a one-pan dinner, using only ingredients you may already have in your cupboard!
In the heart of Disneyland is the Chicken of the Sea Pirate Ship, one of Disney’s finest creations. Here are two dozen tuna recipes you might have found there!
Here’s the recipe for the retro favorite – tuna crunch casserole – made with Campbell’s cream of mushroom soup and other good stuff.
What were these cheesy cheese spread recipes all about? They were appetizers and snacks that creatively-shaped — into a wreath, a chicken (with a tail made out of Fritos corn chips) and a Christmas tree.
Jell-O salad gelatin came in two flavors, celery or mixed vegetable, and both savory salad gelatin mixes made to be a base for vegetables and meats.
These cute retro party sandwiches are pretty and appealing, and make for lots of conversation at lunch!
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.
From the late 1970s: Bumble Bee. You can tell it’s the freshest-tasting tuna. And you know something? Kids can tell, too.
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.