The Mid-Century Menu has been featured in the following places!

5/27/2014 – The Week 8 weird and fantastic food blogs

2/27/2014 – HuffPost Live Throwback Thursday Blog of the Week

1/21/2014 – Fusion TV Were Recipes Better Back In The Day?

1/9/2014 – Buzzfeed 21 Truly Upsetting Vintage Recipes

6/13/2013 – NPR Saving Grandma’s Strawberry Cake From The Clutches Of Jell-O

2/28/2013 – The Frisky A Food Blogger Gets Down & Dirty With The Worst Food From The ’50’s

2/28/2013 – Bon Appetit Links and Drinks: The Shapes of McNuggets, Gummies, Aspic Molds, and More; Plus, Wine Battles at  Oxford

2/26/2013 – Neatorama The 1950s’ Most Nauseating Jell-O Soaked Recipes

2/26/2013 – Collector’s Weekly Making, and Eating, the 1950s’ Most Nauseating Jell-O Soaked Recipes

12/2012 – Cake Central Magazine Web Browsing Feature (where they highlight their picks of the best food bloggers)

12/17/2012 – Joy Cardin Show, Wisconsin Public Radio Radio Appearance Discussing Christmas Cookies and Vintage Christmas Recipes

11/6/2012 – Faith And Leadership The gift behind the recipes in church cookbooks (written by Ruth!)

9/17/2012 – Endless Simmer Apple Cider Gone Wild – Top 10 Cider Recipes

4/16/2012 – Huffpost Taste  Vintage Recipes: Looking Back At Old-Time Tastes

4/8/2012 – Midland Daily News Grandma’s lamb cake: Midland’s quest for perfect recipe realized

4/5/2012 – Joy Cardin Show, Wisconsin Public Radio Radio Appearance Discussing Lamb Cakes and Vintage Easter Recipes

2/23/2012 – The Wall Street Journal Playing Kitchen Detective: Home Cooks Try to Recreate Lost Family Recipes

2/9/2012 – Four Pounds Flour The History Dish: Peanut and Cottage Cheese Sandwiches

11/27/2011 – Mid-Century Modern Love Weekend Show and Tell

4/17/2011 – Mid-Century Style Magazine Mid-Century Food – Yummy!

8/13/10 – Phoenix NewTimes Eater’s Digest Blog BBQ Battle, Dinner & a Movie, Tapas Classes and Jellied Tongue in Today’s Eater’s Digest

6/11/10 – Modern Retro Woman Friday Find: Mid-Century Menu

10/13/09 – The Midland Daily News What Does Mid-Century Taste Like?

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