Aunt America Cake, Celebrate! Magazine July/August 1973 « Previous Coconut Fluff Cake, 1948 – The Vintage Cake Corner   Next » Sour Cream Raisin Pie – Vintage Pie July – Mid-Century Recipe Guest Test Sunday ...

    From Adventures in Cake Craft by Ann Pillsbury, 1948 Want your own copy? Get it here! « Previous Grandma’s Rhubarb Meringue Pie – Vintage Pie July!!   Next » Happy Fourth of July From Mid-Century Menu! ...

So, I was really excited about the recent First Annual Pieathalon Blogger Challenge. It was crazy, and fun and great and I LOVED it. So much so, that I decided to make this whole month just about pie. And only pie. Sweet and savory, fruity and fun, this is Vintage Pie July! And to kick it off, we have Tom’s favorite pie, ever, ever. Grandma’s Rhubarb Meringue Pie! Print Grandma's Rhubarb Meringue Pie Author: Grandma Clark   Ingredients For Crust: ½ cup butter ¼ cup sugar (white or packed brown)...

It’s time for pie!! And not just any pie! This week I am lucky (meh?) enough to be participating in the First Annual Pieathalon, which is basically just a bunch of bloggers who got together and decided we were going to swap vintage pie recipes. Mostly to torture each other, but I think some people were nice and submitted good recipes. Not me, of course, but some people. Anyway, this is Avocado Lime Pie! A “big” thanks to my good friend Erica from Retro Recipe Attempts for submitting this beauty. I especially like how this is even...

This recipe name sounds like a weird way to avoid swearing. “Sweet tater balls, Nellie, them durn cows done broke through the fence again!” Oh, but it gets weirder. Wait until you see what they looked like frying. « Previous Missionary's Curacao, 1972 – Vintage Cocktail Friday   Next » Avocado Lime Pie, 1966 – The First Annual Pieathalon! ...

Whew! Was this a long week, or what? I could use a drink! This is Missionary’s Curacao! Print Missionary's Curacao Author: Arrow, 1972   Ingredients 1 part pineapple juice 1 part curacao Instructions Mix well and serve over ice. 3.2.1303 Bonus: Simple directions for a simple drink! Is this vintage glass fun?  I always want to use it. If I could, I would seriously use this for every drink I made. Even boring things, like lemonade. Or milk. “Yum!” The Verdict: Very Nice From The Tasting Notes - Tasty....

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. ...

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