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I am bringing you an early post this week, because I made a pink Valentine’s Day cake! This is Sweet Story Cake! 4.3 from 3 reviews Print Sweet...

It’s finally here! Welcome to the Retro Gelatin Dare Part II, known more playfully as Knoxapocalypse II. I can’t believe I was up for this after the total and utter disaster that was Liver Pate En Masque from the first Gelatin Dare. It was a dark, dark day for gelatin dishes everywhere, let me tell you. But, true to form, when I saw a tweet suggesting another gelatin...

So, this is a Spam pie. A Wham Spam Pie. Which might be the best name for a recipe pretty much ever. Yeah, let’s just…you know…look at it for a while. Wham! It’s a pie. Made of Spam. And it doesn’t just have Spam in it. The pie itself is actually LIQUID Spam baked back to solidness. Print Wham Spam Pie Author: 1960's Newspaper   Ingredients...

From State of Maine Potato Cookbook, 1950 Like this:Like Loading......

Guess what? It’s pie time here on Mid-Century Menu! I love pie time. Mostly because most of the pies we make here turn out pretty well. And they almost never have vegetables in them. See? Not a vegetable in sight. This recipe for Sherry Almond Pie was sent to us by Godzilaw for our gelatin contest. You might remember Godzilaw as the one who also sent us the recipe...

What can I saw about almond-flavored baked goods, except that I love them? I thought everyone’s vintage-inspired cookie plate should have at least one almond treat on it, and if you love almond these bars are totally it. This recipe is from (once again) the March 1973 issue of Mail Box News. Have I mentioned how much I love that publication? Only about a thousand times. ...

From The Jell-O Pudding Sampler, 1976 Like this:Like Loading......

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