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I was pretty excited when I picked out this recipe. Grapefruit Cream Pie! How good does that sound? Well, it probably sounds better if last week you had...

‘Tis the season! The season for fudge, that is. I have been setting aside vintage fudge recipes I’ve come across all year so that I can do the very...

This pie originally ran in September of 2012, but I think it has potential, so I am breaking it out again for Vintage Pie July! After all, who doesn’t...

It’s time for pie!! And not just any pie! This week I am lucky (meh?) enough to be participating in the First Annual Pieathalon, which is basically just...

It’s Day Four of The Five Days of Fruit Cake, and today we have a fruit cake made of sweetened condensed milk and corn flakes. Which is a little crazy. Print Ever-So-Easy Fruit Cake Author: Borden, 1972   Ingredients 3 eggs, slightly beaten 1 can sweetened condensed milk 1 jar (2½ cups) ready to use mincemeat 2 cups (1 lb) candied mixed...

Even though I really loved the recently posted Lemonade Pie, I have to admit it was a bit fussy to make and I ended up with a lot of dirty dishes. But I really liked the use of frozen concentrate in the filling, and I decided to tweak the recipe a bit to make it easier for me to whip up a pie at a moment’s notice. I know I don’t usually do this on this blog, but Tom...

From Create A Circus Spectacular Recipe Book from Borden, 1976 Like this:Like Loading......

I am in the mood for chocolate this week. I admit it. But I am also in the mood for a little mid-century culinary magic. You know the kind I’m talking about. The magic of a few ingredients thrown together that make something else completely unexpected. A whole new thing.  You know what I mean.  Like how a horse and a donkey together make a mule. We’ve seen it in...

From The Pillsbury Busy Lady Bake-Off Recipes, 1966 Like this:Like Loading......

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