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Well, well, well! We are back to tuna already here on the Mid-Century Menu. And can you blame us? We totally love the stuff!* *not completely a lie Mmmm…mmm…yes! Canned tuna. Again. Oh the excitement! Oh the thrill! Oh, the smell of tuna. Oh god. We have to do something else soon. Really, really soon. Seriously. Anyway, this week, we have Tuna Checkerboard Casserole...

“When this coffee cake is in the oven, my husband and three children are always on time for breakfast!” From 100 Prize-Winning Grand National Recipes...

From The Lunchbox Cookbook, 1955 Like this:Like Loading......

The “frosting” is cream cheese!! From Joys of Jell-O, 1967 Like this:Like Loading......

This is the reason that Tom and I make crazy vintage recipes. Because everyone once in a while, a horrible, disgusting-looking recipe will be made. And it will turn out well. Like this one: Deviled String Beans and Tuna, which was submitted by Amy. Congratulations, Amy on sending in Tom’s favorite! Ahhh…American Home Kitchens. You never let us down! Amy writes: Hi! I’ve...

From Pillsbury Bake-Off Cookbook, 1975 Like this:Like Loading......

A shimmering, colorful ring of gelatin filled with ice cream can replace the traditional cake. From Joys of Jell-O, 1967 Like this:Like Loading......

August is the month of crayfish and beautiful moonlight. Catching crayfish with nets, a popular sport, is permitted from the midnight between August 7...

Well, here we are!!! Finally at the BEST tuna recipe that was submitted by you, the readers. Or, to be more specific, the recipe that was submitted by Toni. Toni writes: My parents have been going to Disneyland since forever and saved all sorts of things from gift bags to receipts! I had a whole collage of Disneyland memorabilia that got destroyed in one of our moves,...

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