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Do you want to impress your vintage-loving significant other this Valentine’s Day? Then I have the perfect menu for you! And the great news is, these...

It’s Friday! Let’s celebrate it with a vintage drink! This week we are making the Queen Elizabeth Cocktail from the 1943 edition of The Joy of Cooking. Tom was interested in it because it is yet another cocktail with Benedictine. Print Queen Elizabeth Cocktail Author: The Joy of Cooking, 1943   Ingredients ½ part dry vermouth ¼...

It’s Friday and you know what that means! Time for vintage cocktails! This week we are making a cocktail with absinthe, perhaps Tom’s favorite drink. Well, it’s a toss up between that and Courvoisier. 4.0 from 1 reviews Print Absinthe Frappe Author: Here's How, 1941   Ingredients 1 teaspoon Benedictine 1 pony (shot) Absinthe 1 wineglass...

Hooray for Friday! And hooray for another mid-century cocktail! Print Singapore Sling Author: The 2 in 1 International Recipe Card Collection 1977   Ingredients 1½ jiggers gin ½ jigger cherry brandy 2 tsp lime juice 2 tsp lemon juice 1 tsp sugar Club Soda Instructions Combine and shake well with ice. Pour over ice cubes into...

…the drink, that is. From How To Make 46 Drinks At Home, approx. 1965 Like this:Like Loading......

What is with this book?  Could they not afford two chairs for the photo shoot or something? Here, again, we find the wife sitting at her husband’s...

Everybody’s fun-time favorite! From How To Make 46 Drinks At Home, approx. 1965 Like this:Like Loading......

Nothing like trying to serve salad while on your knees to relax a person… From How To Make 46 Drinks At Home, approx. 1965 Like this:Like Loading......

A classic recipe from my Mom’s recipe file. She served these every holiday! Like this:Like Loading......

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