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This week I was in the mood for some meatballs! These are Cocktail Meatballs! I have to admit I cheated a bit this week with this one. I’ve published...

This week I decided that everyone needed some pie. But because this is Mid-Century Menu, the pie is mostly corn. This is Corn Pie! 2.0 from 1 reviews...

So, everyone’s been waiting for me to make a meatloaf with hot dogs in it, right? Right? Well, good news if you’ve been waiting. I’ve gone ahead...

I hope you guys are enjoying Vintage Pie July, because I am having a great time doing this. Who knew there were so many fun vintage pies? And vintage pies...

So, one of the greatest things about going home to your folk’s house for the holidays is that you don’t have to cook. The second greatest thing is when the meals that your folks cook are vintage! Not only did I get a post out of this meal, but I didn’t have to MAKE it or CLEAN UP AFTER! Have I mentioned that I love Tom’s mom a lot? Well, I do. These are sloppy...

Well, it’s finally here! The Vincent Price Cookalong is in full swing and we can finally unveil our dish: Un-Wealthy Wellington! 5.0 from 5 reviews Print Un-Wealthy Wellington Author: Vincent Price, 1972   Ingredients 2 lbs ground round 2 boxes pie crust mix (or enough for two pie crusts) 2 T bitters 2 tsp salt 2 onions, chopped 1 8 oz...

The first time I made meatloaf for Tom, it was a great meal. Perfectly browned meatloaf, creamy mashed potatoes, and chocolate cake for dessert. As we sat down and I started plating food, I was feeling pretty proud of myself. Pretty proud of myself until I placed a piece of meatloaf on Tom’s plate, and he stared at it like I had just thrown down a handful of mud. He...

From Shortcut Cooking, 1969 ...

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...