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I hope everyone had a great Easter! I don’t know about how things went down in your house, but my excited three-year-old dyed a lot of eggs this year. ...

So, this year I was really happy that everyone was so enthusiastic about the 2014 Lamb Cake Gallery, because at the time I was less than pleased with the...

Ever wondered what to do when you only have a cup of cream, a blob of ketchup in the bottle and three eggs? Personally, I would just make scrambled eggs...

Soooo…this week we are frosting a whole head of cauliflower with mayonnaise. Then putting capers and olives on it. It’s called Cauliflower Supreme...

So, this is a Spam pie. A Wham Spam Pie. Which might be the best name for a recipe pretty much ever. Yeah, let’s just…you know…look at it for a while. Wham! It’s...

From Betty Crocker’s Step-By-Step Recipes, 1975 « Previous Perfection Salad - 1960   Next » Lemon...

I don’t know about you guys, but I am  mighty sick of tuna recipes! This week, again, Tom and I decided to take a break from the tuna and show a recipe for a mighty mid-century sandwich from our archives.  This one was featured rather recently on the MCMenu (Feb 2011), but it was so fun, and contained such a great story about my Dad, that I just had to share...

“If desired, fill center of ring with scrambled eggs.” From The Best Of Festive Foods, 1965 « Previous Tuna Checkerboard Casserole...

“Eggs” huh? Well, either way, they look awful. From Cookie Cookbook, 1965 « Previous Voting Begins In Our “Let’s...

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