You guys know the Kool Kitsch on eBay posts that are done every week by the lovely Sara on my other blog, No Pattern Required? Well, I decided it was time to do a version of this for the Mid-Century Menu as well! I spend so much time on eBay and find so much amazing stuff every week that I just can’t afford to buy it all. Seriously. Tom is already in tears over all the stuff I DO buy.
But these things deserve a good home, so it is my duty to share them with vintage foodies like you who would appreciate them!
So, here it is: Vintage Cooking Goodies on eBay!
Now that I have seen him riding a giant crawfish, I want to know them even more!
Why I Want This: “Different” and “unusual” 1930’s recipes combined with saucy black and white pictures intrigue me. The gentlemen “waking up” in the left hand corner is especially hilarious.
Why I Want This: I don’t know about you, but I really want to know what tips Fritos can give to teens. I bet they involve buying corn chips. A lot of them.
Why I Want This: There is a peanut gelatin mold on the cover. Or is it pudding? Either way, it has me intrigued.
Why I Want This: Nifty recipes made with 7-Up! Again, there is a gelatin mold on the cover. And I think that one has shrimp in it.
Why I Want This: Exciting party recipes, brought to you by beer! Which may be the reason the cover seems to spin in a sickening way. But seriously, they highlight an “American Tournament” party and a “Hoedown Beer” party. I want to know what those are all about!
Why I Want This: Perfect icebox cookies every time? Yes, please!
Why I Want This: If you’ve been looking for some classic Pillsbury cookbooks, now you can get five! Early ones, too, including the book with the Starlight Double Delight Cake recipe. Yum.
So, I hope you enjoyed seeing some fun vintage kitchen finds! Let me know if you guys are interested in seeing more of these, because I have LOADS of stuff to show you.
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