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From The Wonderful World of Welches, 1968 « Previous Creamed Kohlrabi – A Mid-Century Recipe Test   Next » Gypsy,...

    From The Modern Approach to Everyday Cooking, 1966 « Previous Three-Layer-Beef-And-Vegetable Loaf - 1967   Next » Bacon...

From Good Housekeeping Cooking For Company, 1967 « Previous Barbecue Bean Mold – A Mid-Century Gelatin Test   Next » Good...

  From The Beta Sigma Phi Holiday Cookbook, 1971 « Previous Potato Candy and Divinity Fudge – A Retro Recipe Re-Run   Next » Annie’s...

The attractive pink color is the best part. From Better Homes & Gardens Fish and Seafood Cookbook, 1971. « Previous Making...

From The Casserole Cookbook, 1954 « Previous Cider Eggnog Pie – A Mid-Century Recipe Test   Next » Golden...

“Tint sea green with food coloring.” Yeah, ‘cause that green food coloring is going to make it alllllll better. From Apple Kitchen Cook Book,...

I don’t know about you guys, but I am  mighty sick of tuna recipes! This week, again, Tom and I decided to take a break from the tuna and show a recipe for a mighty mid-century sandwich from our archives.  This one was featured rather recently on the MCMenu (Feb 2011), but it was so fun, and contained such a great story about my Dad, that I just had to share...

That poor lobster looks exhausted. The only lively looking thing on this buffet is the artfully stabbed cabbage. From Over The Coals, 1975 « Previous Kraft...

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