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This year for our Christmas baking we decided to throw all caution to the wind and to venture into the land of doorstops and vibrantly-colored, nuclear...

When I first saw this recipe in a newspaper clipping from the 1950’s, I was terrified it was going to use some sort of savory cracker. But I was pleasantly...

I LOVE English Toffee. It is always my first candy choice when we visit a chocolate shop, but I have to admit that I don’t like making it. Even though...

It’s day two of our ten days of Vintage Christmas Cookies, and today we have one that turned out to be a personal favorite of mine. These lovelies are...

“A cookie with a different shape, and a new flavor!” From Pillsbury’s 7th Grand National Cookbook, 1956. « Previous Smuggler’s...

There’s something for everyone in Planters Mixed Nuts! From Woman’s Home Companion, 1961 « Previous Meat Croquettes Recipe   Next » More...