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This week, we are making a pie with cinnamon red hot candies and alphabet noodles. This is Alphabet Pie! Print Alphabet Pie Author: 250 Superb...

Even though it’s only February, we were in the mood for ice cream this week. An ice cream soda, to be specific. This is Adult Soda! 5.0 from 1...

So, I think I’ve kinda jumped the gun a bit over here by starting to test summer recipes. But hey, the weather was really nice this weekend, so I decided...

So, this year I was really happy that everyone was so enthusiastic about the 2014 Lamb Cake Gallery, because at the time I was less than pleased with the...

It’s been soooo darn hot. Who is in the mood for a nice, light lemon pie? This pie comes from Colonial Cookery, a church cookbook from 1960. 5.0 from 1 reviews Print Lemonade Fluff Pie With A Coconut Crust Author: Colonial Cookery, 1960   Ingredients 1 envelope unflavored gelatine ½ cup cold water 4 eggs* Dash of salt ½ cup sugar 1 –...

    I have been keeping a secret from you guys, and it is pretty major. Are you ready? Here we go: I may have scored the greatest gelatin mold of all time. I’m serious. I got my grubby little mitts on this thing probably 10 or so months ago, and I have been keeping it a secret ever since. Every so often I would get it out and just…stare at it. Because it is so awesome....

Guess what? It’s pie time here on Mid-Century Menu! I love pie time. Mostly because most of the pies we make here turn out pretty well. And they almost never have vegetables in them. See? Not a vegetable in sight. This recipe for Sherry Almond Pie was sent to us by Godzilaw for our gelatin contest. You might remember Godzilaw as the one who also sent us the recipe...

There are a lot of things that we need every week to make the Mid-Century Menu. Some of those things are tangible. Most weeks we need things like a recipe, the proper cookware, an oven and stovetop, and ingredients (which usually includes lots of gelatin). But a lot of the things that go into the Mid-Century Menu are intangible. Courage. Fortitude. Endurance. And, most...

It’s Fall! I love fall. It’s the season of pumpkins and Halloween. The season for butternut squash, fresh chestnuts and bushel baskets of tomatoes....