Growing up my family was not a big Jell-O family. Sure my mother sometimes made the ever popular Jell-O jigglers (kids of the eighties know what I am talking about) and for an occasional treat there might have been Jell-O pudding cups in the fridge. On rare occasions a 7-Up salad would appear at family … Continue reading The New Joys of Jell-O
Caption Reads - A Memorable Birthday Party: At refreshment time, serve gaily decorated Drum Cake and Cherry Shakes. Fill the take home favors with an assortment of candy. I think your child might be taking home more than candy from this party. This is suppose to be a storybook themed party but I'm not sure … Continue reading A Memorable Birthday Party?
Caption on the picture reads - Juicy apple slices bubble and bake with sugar and spice inside their flaky pastry coverlet. Top the warm pie wedges with cheese cornucopias: Roll up process cheese slice: peg with cloves. Now I am originally from the New England area, so a slice of cheddar cheese with your apple … Continue reading Perfect Apple Pie?
The caption on the picture in the Barbecue Book reads: Blue Cheese Slaw - an old favorite with a new serving idea. Fold big bologna slices or other round ready to serve meat into ruffles. Cheese spread helps hold them together. This is what I love about the 60s. They always have to be extra. … Continue reading Ring of Meat
Caption on the picture reads "All you do to make Pickle in a Poke is to cover a line-up of fat dills with juicy hamburger steak, then cook in foil. Slice to serve - everyone gets a round of beef with a bull's-eye of pickle". Serving suggestions was serve it like meatloaf or tuck into … Continue reading To Pickle or Not to Pickle?
I love the vintage kitchen. I am always amazed at what they were able to accomplish without most of the modern conveniences of today. Its sometimes hard to imagine a life without food processors, refrigerators, blenders and dishwashers. I love finding old booklets giving housewives recipes to show the range of these items as they … Continue reading Welcome to Quaint Cooking!