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Hey there, guys! I have been busy this week with baby things, so I thought I would bring this post out from the archives to share it again with you. This recipe won third place in the Glistening And Jiggly gelatin contest that Tom and I had last year, but it is a really unique recipe in its use of gelatin! Since I recently made another batch of these cookies (and had them...

We have cocktails, SPAM, marshmallows and very, very thin bread this week from eBay! VINTAGE HORMEL COOKBOOK SPAM AUSTIN MINNESOTA 1948 Why I Want This: I could always use 253 more things to do with SPAM! Vintage 1950’S Cocktail Opener W/Coctail Recipes Inside Why I Want This: Just when you think mid-century stuff couldn’t get any cooler… Vintage Deans...

Hooray for Friday! And hooray for another mid-century cocktail! Print Singapore Sling Author: The 2 in 1 International Recipe Card Collection 1977   Ingredients 1½ jiggers gin ½ jigger cherry brandy 2 tsp lime juice 2 tsp lemon juice 1 tsp sugar Club Soda Instructions Combine and shake well with ice. Pour over ice cubes into...

From Family Circle Magazine, 1971 Like this:Like Loading......

Let’s just get right down to it. I apologize for doing a horrible job on this gelatin. I’m sorry, I’m sorry. I am so, so, so sorry. This has GOT to be the absolute worst plating of all time. I don’t know what I was going for here, but “edible” doesn’t seem to be it. Good lord, that’s an UGLY gelatin. What can I say? I was tired, my gelatin mold listed...

From Family Circle Magazine, 1973 Like this:Like Loading......

It’s been soooo darn hot. Who is in the mood for a nice, light lemon pie? This pie comes from Colonial Cookery, a church cookbook from 1960. 5.0 from 1 reviews Print Lemonade Fluff Pie With A Coconut Crust Author: Colonial Cookery, 1960   Ingredients 1 envelope unflavored gelatine ½ cup cold water 4 eggs* Dash of salt ½ cup sugar 1 –...

It was SO HARD not to buy up a ton of stuff this week on eBay. Check out some of the goodies I found!  2 Vintage Heinz Books The Heinz Book of Meat Cookery & The Heinz Book Recipes Why I Want This: Cooking with ketchup? How can I say “no”?  Vintage Iced Coffee Recipes Booklet 1934 Why I Want This: “My Dear, would you care for some iced coffee?” “Of...

This week we have a no-brainer cocktail that we knew was going to be good from the very beginning. How did we know this? Because it contained one of our favorite beverages: Ginger Beer! 5.0 from 1 reviews Print Moscow Mule Author: 2-in-1 International Mixed Drinks Recipe Card Collection, 1977   Ingredients 1 jigger vodka 2 tsp lime juice Ginger...

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