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Anybody feeling wealthy today? Then how about some Millionaire Punch? This recipe is from the fantastic Here’s How cocktail book from 1941. Besides having a wooden cover and bound with leather strips and hinges, it also has some fantastic illustrations. Print Millionaire Punch Author: Here's How, 1941   Ingredients 1 lemon, juice only 1 dash...

Hey there, everyone! I pulled this interesting combo from our archives after I recently stumbled on it. This originally ran in March of 2012 and even though it wasn’t very good, it made for some great pictures! I also got to enjoy this post because it was right after we came back from Las Vegas, which was a great trip. Even though our Vegas days are behind us until the...

The email that included this two-page spread of cake-casserole recipes said, “For the ‘Cake Casseroles’ I was thinking the prune one, of course.” OF COURSE. Although the fruit cocktail one looks pretty scary, too… Like this:Like Loading......

Happy Friday! Today’s drink is a summer cooler even though we are in the middle of winter because…well, we are sick of winter. 5.0 from 2 reviews Print Panama Cooler Author: Hiram Walker, 1960   Ingredients 1½ oz cherry cordial Juice of ½ a lemon 3 cubes of ice Instructions Put all in a glass and fill with 8 oz 7up....

Who would like a nice, steaming bowl of cobbler? Crab cobbler, that is! I was actually excited to test this one out, because it had been a winner in the Pillsbury 5th Grand National. But Crab Cobbler sounded so strange to me. Not just the ingredients, but also the preparation, which called for making the entire filling over a double boiler. 1.0 from 1 reviews ...

If you’ve been reading Mid-Century Menu long enough, you’re used to tomato soup going into cake. Not just once, but twice. But it can also be dumped on top of an omelet. SOUPER. Like this:Like Loading......

Thank goodness for Fridays! And cocktails! And even red in honor of Valentine’s Day! 4.0 from 1 reviews Print Blackthorn Author: Hiram Walker, 1960   Ingredients 1 jigger Hiram Walker Sloe Gin ½ jigger Italian Vermouth 2 dashes Angostura bitters A twist of lemon (or dash of lemon juice) Instructions Combine in glass and...

This week I dug into the archives to pull out a Valentine’s Day gelatin, because I am pretty sure it doesn’t get much better than a pink gelatin mold...

Welcome to Recipe Guest Test Sundae! Er, Sunday. Like this:Like Loading......

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