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The other day I asked Alex what she wanted for lunch. She said, “Rice, carrots and cheese.” “Okay. Do you want them separately, or all together?” “All...

Since St. Patrick’s Day is rapidly approaching, I thought I would test out some green gelatin. This is Lime Rice Mold! 5.0 from 1 reviews Print...

It’s Wednesday, and I need some rice pudding. Preferably chocolate. There we go. Much better. This is Chocolate Rice Pudding! 4.0 from 1 reviews...

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...

From Riceland Rice Cook Book, 1955 Like this:Like Loading......

  From Good Housekeeping Cooking For Company, 1967 Like this:Like Loading......

Well, we have another dessert on the Mid-Century recipe this week because, well…I didn’t feel like making anything gross. So, you can imagine how upset I was when Tom requested rice pudding. Okay, okay. You can stop yelling. I get it. You love rice pudding. I, however, hate the stuff. And tapioca pudding. It’s a texture thing, mostly.  I HATE firm chunks of things...

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...

From The Casserole Cookbook, 1954 Like this:Like Loading......

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