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From Best Loved Chicken and Turkey Recipes of 24 Good Cooks, 1954 « Previous Apple Bread Pudding – Mid-Century Recipe Guest...

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...

From Knox Gelatine, 1933 « Previous Super Puddin' – Mid-Century Recipe Guest Test Sunday   Next » Hearty...

This week I dug into the archives to pull out a Valentine’s Day gelatin, because I am pretty sure it doesn’t get much better than a pink gelatin mold...

Remember a few years ago when someone packaged little chocolate covered things and marketed them as reindeer poop? Remember how hilarious everyone thought...

From The Wonderful World of Welches, 1968 « Previous Creamed Kohlrabi – A Mid-Century Recipe Test   Next » Gypsy,...

It’s finally here! Welcome to the Retro Gelatin Dare Part II, known more playfully as Knoxapocalypse II. I can’t believe I was up for this after the...

Have I ever mentioned how much I hate tuna in gelatin? I haven’t? Well, I hate it. Hate! So when Stephanie sent me a recipe (a dieter’s recipe, no...

This week we have a gelatin that is decidedly NOT gross. Sea Breeze Salad! This thing is basically jelled lemon pie filling with pineapple in it. Nothing...

Sometimes, when something is really good or when something comes together just right or you have an epiphany, you say that you can hear the angels singing....

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