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It’s Christmas time, so let’s make some cookies! And since we are making vintage cookies here, let’s pull out my family’s favorite: Coconut Top...

    From Adventures in Cake Craft by Ann Pillsbury, 1948 Want your own copy? Get it here! Affiliate Links « Previous Grandma’s...

I just had to get this recipe out of the archives last week to fill a reader’s request, so I thought I would post it again so you could all see the glory...

Even though I really loved the recently posted Lemonade Pie, I have to admit it was a bit fussy to make and I ended up with a lot of dirty dishes. But...

It’s been soooo darn hot. Who is in the mood for a nice, light lemon pie? This pie comes from Colonial Cookery, a church cookbook from 1960. 5.0...

From Turn Cool Whip Into Great Holiday Desserts, 1975 « Previous Happy Thanksgiving From The Mid-Century Menu!   Next » Jellied...

From Here Are The Cakes America Loves, 1950 « Previous A Guide To “Cuts” for Purchasing Fish, 1954   Next » Fondue...

It makes my teeth ache just to look at this thing. And yet, I want it. From Chex Create-A-Recipe Book, 1976 « Previous Scotch...

  “Give him bushy coconut eyebrows, too!” Why not? Anything to use up more coconut. I mean…Merry Christmas! From Baker’s Coconut Cut-Up...

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