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Well, since tomorrow is Halloween we thought we would do things up right around here and make a recipe from Vincent Price! And yes, it is because the Vincent Price Cookalong is going to be this Monday, November 4th. We are pretty excited around here, and so we decided to celebrate with pie. Vincent Price’s pumpkin pie, to be exact. Print Pumpkin Pie Author: Come...

I hope everyone is looking forward to Labor Day! I know I am. And it preparation for all the cookouts and picnics that you will be going on, I decided...

So, I suppose we should do a quick recap: Risking almost certain powdered-soup poisoning, Tom and I decided that we were going to cook a set of four appetizers from Worldly Entertaining Party Ideas From Around The World, a “worldly” cookbook that was published by Lipton in an attempt to get everyone to stock up on much-needed instant powdered soups and bottle salad...

So, here is the plan: Tom and I are going to eat a TON of vintage appetizers on New Year’s Eve. What do you think? Good plan? This plan has been…oh…several weeks in the making. Originally, I was going to post a vintage appetizer a week for twelve weeks, but when that plan fell through due to my crappy food-planning skills and Tom deciding that Pork Cake trumped...

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

This is it!!! It’s COOKIE TIME, People!!! I am really, really, excited. Really. In fact, I am so excited, I am posting about cookies this week. And not just any cookies, but GOOD cookies. Tested cookies that I make every year and that Tom wolfs down just as fast as they come out of the oven. So let’s do this! 1. Lena’s Christmas Cookies These cookies are amazing....

You had me at “chocolate”. And “pecan”. And “pie”. From Betty Crocker’s Holiday Hostess “Can Do” Recipes, 1967 Like this:Like Loading......

“See! You have to have a joyous Easter. It says it right here in the book!” From Mail Box News, Maid of Scandinavia, 1968 Like this:Like Loading......

I just can’t get enough Easter! From Betty Crocker’s Picture Cook Book, 1950 Like this:Like Loading......

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