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Oh, Campbell’s Test Kitchen! How I love you. You’ve created so many epic mid-century dishes, like Black Magic Devil’s Food Cake and Mmm Good Fruit...

Remember a few years ago when someone packaged little chocolate covered things and marketed them as reindeer poop? Remember how hilarious everyone thought...

Most of you know by now that I have a weakness for weird ingredients in desserts. Tomato soup? Bring it on. Sauerkraut? Hello. Pork fat? Done it. Pinto...

My obsession with weird-ingredient desserts continues. This week we are making a cake with a fun addition: Pinto Beans! It’s called, unsurprisingly,...

I think I run this post every year, but this cake is seriously that good and we make it all the time! Since it is apple season here in Michigan and I am...

From A Sampler of Modern Sour Cream Recipes, 1950 « Previous Basic Main Course Salad – A Mid-Century Gelatin Recipe Test   Next » Scarlett...

From Good Housekeeping Cooking For Company, 1967 « Previous Barbecue Bean Mold – A Mid-Century Gelatin Test   Next » Good...

From The Beta Sigma Phi Holiday Cookbook, 1971 « Previous Molded Cranberry Salad - 1971   Next » Mystery...

Now there are seven delicious flavors! Jell-O’s latest has a bright, refreshing taste – a magnificent golden color! It’s a sensation for salads...

Oh boy, oh boy! My favorite part of Thanksgiving is almost here! The PIE! And what better pie to serve at Thanksgiving than old school, classic mid-century...

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