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This week I felt like mixing together some ketchup and some cherry gelatin. Just because. This is Cherry-Catsup Salad! 1.0 from 1 reviews Print...

St. Patrick’s Day is almost here! And what better way to celebrate then with a corned beef gelatin mold! This is Hearty Corned Beef Salad. And yes,...

The first time I made meatloaf for Tom, it was a great meal. Perfectly browned meatloaf, creamy mashed potatoes, and chocolate cake for dessert. As we sat down and I started plating food, I was feeling pretty proud of myself. Pretty proud of myself until I placed a piece of meatloaf on Tom’s plate, and he stared at it like I had just thrown down a handful of mud. He...

Ham chunks glazed with spicy pie cherries, topped with parkerhouse biscuits make a great way to use leftover ham. A pretty Christmas supper, ready in about an hour and a quarter. Serve with a green vegetable and a tossed salad. From Pillsbury’s Meat Cook Book, 1970 Like this:Like Loading......

From Kix Snacks and Desserts, 1977 Like this:Like Loading......

From Today’s Woman Cook Book and Knox Gelatine, approx 1960. Like this:Like Loading......

Mmm, mmmmm! Good, ole meatloaf! I have to admit, this is one of my most favorite pictures yet. From Dinner is Served, 1972 Like this:Like Loading......

From The Casserole Cookbook, 1954 Like this:Like Loading......

I can’t believe it. Tom and I are almost completely finished testing tuna recipes, our fridge is full of moldy, in-edible tuna leftovers and this is the third finalist in our “Let’s Sing A Tune To Tuna Contest”! Wow. Time really does fly when you are having fun! Everyone, let’s congratulate Heather on her entry of Tuna Vegetable Salad Molds! Heather writes: I...

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