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I am very excited to announce a temporary change in programming here at Mid-Century Menu! Over the next couple of weeks, Emily Marshall, the food stylist...

From Betty Crocker’s New Picture Cookbook, 1956 Like this:Like Loading......

From Better Homes and Garden’s Holiday Cookbook Frozen Valentine Rounds (pictured on the bottom)  was tested in Feb 2012! You can check it out here. Like this:Like Loading......

American foods are as varied as the land that produces them. In the rugged Southwest, rough and ready barbecues are favored, especially if grilled outside. From Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking, 1972 Like this:Like Loading......

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...

A few of the many interesting and glamorous salads which can be created with sections of Florida grapefruit and oranges are shown on this page. Since...

From Apple Kitchen Cook Book , 1966 Like this:Like Loading......

August is the month of crayfish and beautiful moonlight. Catching crayfish with nets, a popular sport, is permitted from the midnight between August 7...

“It’s smiling at me…” From Swedish Food, 1948 Like this:Like Loading......

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