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I’ve got lots and lots of rhubarb right now in my garden, so I am trying in vain to use it all up. And though I have lots of great recipes to choose...

The Big T-Day is almost upon us! Do you know what you’re making? How about giving your table a mid-century twist with one of our tested Turkey Day recipes? Gelatin...

It’s the final countdown to turkey time, so Tom and I decided to break out some vintage recipes to test! These are Frosted Cranberry Squares! ...

This week we have a great pamphlet from the National Cranberry Association that was published around 1950. Some recipe highlights are Cranberry Skillet...

From American Home, 1971 ...

From The Beta Sigma Phi Holiday Cookbook, 1971 ...

Cooking with condensed soup is such a pleasant, quick way to make your family’s food taste better. It gives dishes the added zest and color of tomatoes, the wonderful subtle taste of mushrooms, the delicate flavor of celery, the well-liked goodness of chicken. For condensed soups are double-rich, double-thick, just as they come from the can. From Cooking with Condensed...

Wow! If only I hadn’t made so many cookies! From Fleischmann’s Yeast advertisement, 1961 ...

Are you exhausted from Thanksgiving, Readers?? I know I am! S,o here is a classic Mid-Century feast from our archives. This post originally ran on March 24, 2010, but features an amazing Cranberry Mayonnaise Cake that Tom and I loved and ate right down to the last crumb! The best part is, no eggs or butter needed, so it can literally be made right from your pantry.  If...

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