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From Good Housekeeping Magazine, 1968 « Previous No-Cook Peppermint Frosting, 1950 – Just Mid-Century Recipes   Next » Mid-Century...

From Better Homes and Gardens, December 1958 « Previous No-Bake Festive Fruit Cake, 1953 – The Five Days of Vintage Fruit...

From Pillsbury Gift Box Butter Cookies, 1975 « Previous Molasses Cupcakes with Candied Ginger Mascarpone Frosting – A Retro...

Spin your way into a gay evening with records and a record cake. Have fun! From Cakes…For the Teen Hostess, 1960 « Previous Port...

Even though we still have two gelatin winners to announce, I thought we could take a break to celebrate something that is almost as good as gelatin. Blueberries!! Since...

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...

A beauty of a cake with an attractive ribbon effect that is so easy to achieve! From the Pillsbury Bake-Off  Cookbook, 1955. *This cake is so...

“What an idea! Just 2 ingredients…Pillsbury’s Best and your favorite ice cream!” From The Pillsbury Busy Lady Bake-Off Recipes, 1966 « Previous Cheez...

“When this coffee cake is in the oven, my husband and three children are always on time for breakfast!” From 100 Prize-Winning Grand National Recipes...

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