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This week I am making sandwiches! This is Savory Sandwich! This recipe is from 88 Mealtime Surprises Made With Bond Bread from 1931. Unsurprisingly,...

So, talk about starting this year off with a bang. I bring you perhaps the most completely mid-century recipe we’ve made in a while. This one has it...

Mmm…mmm! This week, we are making tuna casserole! This is Olive ‘N Tuna Super Supper, and this is one of the things I forced Tom to eat over Lent! ...

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 ...

More gelatin this week! This recipe is another gem from our Gelatin Contest which was submitted by Mary G. I was very excited when I saw this recipe come in, because not only is it strange-sounding, but it also contains American cheese, Tom’s least favorite food in the whole world! Mary G writes: Hi Ruth! I saw your contest on your blog and immediately set to my pile...

From Prize-Winning Recipes Starring Potato Chips, 1960 Like this:Like Loading......

So, if you are anything like me, you have about eight pounds of leftover Easter Ham in your fridge or freezer right now, just mocking you. Well, maybe...

Well, well, well! We are back to tuna already here on the Mid-Century Menu. And can you blame us? We totally love the stuff!* *not completely a lie Mmmm…mmm…yes! Canned tuna. Again. Oh the excitement! Oh the thrill! Oh, the smell of tuna. Oh god. We have to do something else soon. Really, really soon. Seriously. Anyway, this week, we have Tuna Checkerboard Casserole...

Wow!  We have a pretty funny recipe this week, and it includes Tom’s most hated of all ingredients: American Cheese.  That’s right. The Man...

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