Scroll to Top

Whew, welcome back after my two week absence! I had to have some surgery done on my jaw, and let me tell you it wasn’t pleasant. But, thanks to our parents...

So, after last week’s prune-chili sauce-gelatin debacle, I think we all need some comfort food. Since that was arguably the worst recipe we have ever...

This week I am making sandwiches! This is Savory Sandwich! This recipe is from 88 Mealtime Surprises Made With Bond Bread from 1931. Unsurprisingly,...

So, everyone’s been waiting for me to make a meatloaf with hot dogs in it, right? Right? Well, good news if you’ve been waiting. I’ve gone ahead...

Soooo…I am not exactly sure what happened to this dish. All I know is that it turned out pretty hilarious. This is a pile of curled up hot dogs. Yep. This is Curly Franks! 1.0 from 1 reviews Print Curly Franks Author: 100 Ways To Be Original In All Your Cooking, 1964   Ingredients 1 pound frankfurters 1 can (10 ounce) condensed tomato soup...

Welcome to the third day of The Five Days of Fruit Cake! Today we have a fruit cake that I think everyone is just going to love. Wait…you guys love condensed tomato soup in your fruit cakes, right? Well, if you do, then the M-m-m Good Fruit Cake might be for you! Print M-m-m Good Fruit Cake With Condensed Tomato Soup   Ingredients 2 cups sifted cake...

I cannot resist cakes with weird ingredients. I just can’t. So, when I came across a recipe for a chocolate cake that had, as the “secret” ingredient,...

So, if you are anything like me, you have about eight pounds of leftover Easter Ham in your fridge or freezer right now, just mocking you. Well, maybe...

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...

‹ Navigate ›

%d bloggers like this: