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I hope you guys are loving Vintage Pie July! I have been looking over things in the archives and chuckling, so I thought I would re-post this crazy pie so you all could have a good laugh with me. This recipe originally ran in October of 2012, and I should have really saved it for Halloween that year. It was CREEPY. But, as always, Tom was a good sport about it and actually ate quite a bit of this pie. Enjoy! Well, I threatened to show you guys the rest of the tested recipes from the gelatin contest, and if you know me at all you know that...

So this is the third fruit with meringue pie I’m making this month. It’s easily the strangest, though. Ever had a pie made from melon? « Previous Bonnie Butterscotch Cake, 1952 – The Vintage Cake Corner   Next » Barbecue Gelatin Cheese Cracker Pie – A Vintage Pie July Recipe Re-Run ...

Print Bonnie Butterscotch Cake, 1952 – The Vintage Cake Corner   Ingredients Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit Mix 1 c. light brown sugar, firmly packed ¼ c. butter ¼ c. milk in saucepan, bring to boil over low heat, stirring constantly. Boil gently until 250 degrees Fahrenheit (hard ball stage), stirring often. Remove from heat. Add 1¼ cups scalded milk – stir into brown sugar mixture gradually. Cool. Sift together 2-3/4 c. cake flour 1 c. light brown sugar, firmly packed 3-1/2...

I hope you guys are enjoying Vintage Pie July, because I am having a great time doing this. Who knew there were so many fun vintage pies? And vintage pies made out of meat! This is Rice Pie With Meat Crust! 5.0 from 1 reviews Print Rice Pie with Meat Crust Author: Mrs. Dean E Parker, 1953 Serves: 6   Ingredients 1 pound ground beef ½ cup dry bread crumbs ¼ cup chopped onion ¼ cup chopped green pepper 1½ tsp salt ¼ pepper 2 8-ounce cans (2 cups) seasoned tomato sauce...

I remember being very confused as a child when , while we were all at some wedding, a relative mentioned they were going to the bar to get a cocktail. My only experience with the term “cocktail” at that point had been mixed fruit… and it seemed like a super weird, and fairly lumpy, drink idea. Now that I’m all grown up, I’m just very confused why this would be put into a pie. « Previous Mint Highball, 1965 – Vintage Cocktail Friday   Next » Rice...

It’s time for a green cocktail! This is Mint Highball. Print Mint Highball Author: John De Kuyper's Complete Guide to Cordials, 1965   Ingredients 2 ounces Crème De Menthe (green) Soda Instructions Pour liqueur over ice cubes in short high-ball glass. Add soda to fill. 3.2.1303   Do you like the new glass? It was a recent score from the local antiques festival. Tom and I spent about 45 rushed minutes there recently, trying to see everything before the baby got too hot, too tired, too hungry, too wet,...

This pie originally ran in September of 2012, but I think it has potential, so I am breaking it out again for Vintage Pie July! After all, who doesn’t like a peanut butter pie, right? Unless it is a peanut butter pie with a bunch of lemon juice in it.  Then maybe not so much. If you want to try your hand at this pie, I would suggest leaving the lemon out, and either serving the pie frozen  or really, really cold from the fridge so it keeps its shape. Good Luck! It’s time for pie!! And not just any pie. This is a no-bake peanut...

Today we have another pie for Pie July! I swear it’s pie. You can’t call something “corned-beef pie” and have it not be pie, right? « Previous Curacao Cocktail, 1965 – Vintage Cocktail Friday   Next » Grand Finale Peanut Butter Pie – A Vintage Pie July Re-Run ...

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