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Say – you might have the makings of this easy dinner on your pantry shelf right now! Open a few cans, combine a few seasonings – dinner’s on and the eating’s grand! From Easy One Dish Meals with Hunt’s Tomato Sauce, 1955 Like this:Like Loading......

It’s time for pie!! And not just any pie. This is a no-bake peanut butter cheesecake in an Oreo crust. Nice, huh? Before we even start this recipe, I would like to point out the lone Oreo in the center of this pie. This pie was originally suppose to have Oreos ringing the outside, but SOMEONE (*Yeah, it was Tom) busted into the package of Oreos while my back was turned...

From Kix Snacks and Desserts, 1977 Like this:Like Loading......

Serve thirst-quenching Seaway Floats in sailor-sturdy heavy glass mugs. From Meals for Two Cookbook, 1965 Like this:Like Loading......

Tom and I can never say “no” to a food challenge.  If you dare us to eat that chocolate-covered grasshopper, we eat it.  If you tell us we can’t finish that sandwich, we finish it. And if you send us a crazy vintage recipe, we make it. No one knows this better than Mimi from 1972: The Retro WW Experiment, Yinzerella from Dinner is Served 1972, Erica from Retro...

From Prize-Winning Recipes Starring Potato Chips, 1960 Like this:Like Loading......

  This week we have a recipe test that is, thankfully, short and sweet. Since we tested out a TON of recipes for our recent Gelatin Contest, I have a...

From Create A Circus Spectacular Recipe Book from Borden, 1976 Like this:Like Loading......

It was an epic contest. It spanned about 4 months and had 10 winners. I really can’t blame you if you couldn’t keep track of all the gelatin-goodness (There was a ton of it!), so I decided to do a re-cap so we can relive the fun, the horror and the gelatin. Best Recipe – Fourth Place: Applesauce 7-Up Salad From Tom’s tasting notes: Tangy and good. Fun with a interesting...

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