Who is ready for a disgusting-looking sandwich?? This ugly little guy is Tuna Sandwich Bake. 1.0 from 2 reviews Print Tuna Sandwich Bake Author: Hunts, 1957 Serves: 4-6   Ingredients 12 slices bread 2 (6.5 oz) cans of tuna, drained 1 cup chopped celery 3 eggs ½ cup milk 2 (8 oz) cans Hunts Tomato Sauce with Cheese ¾ tsp salt ¼ tsp dry mustard Instructions Make sandwiches with tuna, mayonnaise and celery mixture. Place in oiled 8x12 shallow baking dish. Beat together eggs, milk...

This doesn’t look too fancy. And I wasn’t actually expecting very much from it. How much can you get from butter, sugar, and breakfast cereal? « Previous Sloe Tequila, 1971 – Vintage Cocktail Friday   Next » Tuna Sandwich Bake, 1967 – A Mid-Century Recipe Test ...

It’s Friday and it’s time for a vintage drink! 5.0 from 1 reviews Print Sloe Tequila Author: Playboy's Bar Guide, 1971   Ingredients 1 oz tequila ½ oz sloe gin ½ oz lime juice ½ cup crushed ice cucumber peel Instructions Put tequila, sloe gin, lime juice into blender and blend for 10 to 15 seconds. Pour into pre-chilled old fashioned glass. Add cucumber peel and, if desired, fill with cracked ice. 3.2.1303 This week we have Sloe Tequila from the Playboy Bar Guide from 1971. ...

By RetroRuth This week’s recipe was all about what I had laying around the house.  I was out of cheese and tuna, which knocked a whole bunch of mid-century recipes off my radar. But what I DID have was sour cream and bananas, so I did what any self-respecting person would do. I made a cake. This is Banana Sour Cream Cake! And her name is Ruth, too! Print Banana Sour Cream Cake Author: Mrs. David Kahn, 1973   Ingredients 3 very ripe bananas, sliced ½ cup sour cream ½ cup sugar 2 tsp cinnamon...

Have you been getting “husbandly complaints about cold lunches” recently? Treat the man of the house to a nice thick slice of Pizza Loaf on this Father’s Day! « Previous Pink Pussycat, 1977 - Vintage Cocktail Friday   Next » Mrs. Kahn's Banana Sour Cream Cake – A Mid-Century Recipe Test ...

Happy Friday! It’s time for a cocktail! This week we made Pink Pussycat, mostly because we had pineapple juice on hand. Print Pink Pussycat Author: 2-in-1 International Recipe Card Collection   Ingredients 1½ jiggers vodka 1 tsp maraschino liqueur Pineapple juice ½ tsp grenadine Instructions Pour vodka and maraschino into 8-ounce highball glass; fill with ice and stir; fill up with pineapple juice and float grenadine on top; stir lightly and garnish with maraschino cherry. 3.2.1303   Notice...

So, this year I was really happy that everyone was so enthusiastic about the 2014 Lamb Cake Gallery, because at the time I was less than pleased with the whole molded-cake scene. Why? Well, here is my chocolate bunny cake: Doesn’t look much like a bunny, does it? That’s because about an hour before this photo was taken, the bunny cake looked like this: It looked like a decomposing rabbit. Not exactly what you want to see on your Easter table. To say I was angry would be a ridiculous understatement. I was also crushingly disappointed....

I think this recipe’s name is rather bizarre. It sort of ruins the surprise when you explain all the ingredients, doesn’t it? « Previous Harvey Wallbanger, 1970 - Wallbanger vs. Harvey Wallbanger Cocktail Friday, Part 2!   Next » Chocolate Cream Squares, 1974 – A Vintage Chocolate Recipe Test ...

By RetroRuth Welcome back to Vintage Cocktail Friday! This week we are finishing up our Wallbanger vs. Harvey Wallbanger comparison by making and drinking a Harvey Wallbanger! If only more of life’s challenges could be solved by having a drink. 5.0 from 1 reviews Print Harvey Wallbanger, 1970   Ingredients Orange juice 1 oz vodka ½ oz Galliano Instructions Fill tall glass with ice cubes. Fill ¾ full of orange juice and add vodka. Stir. Float Galliano on top. 3.2.1303   If you saw last...

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