History of Tomato Soup Cake

I will admit this particular post gave me some trouble. I have had the research, recipe tested and photos taken for about two months now but every time I have tried to write the post I go blank. I am finally glad to have this done and posted! Tomato soup cake is not a cake … Continue reading History of Tomato Soup Cake

Tupperware Jel-N-Serve

A couple of months ago, my mother while visiting my sister went thrifting and brought me back a gift. If you read this blog or follow me on Instagram then you know I try to do a vintage gelatin recipe at least once a month while trying to figure out which ones were delicious and … Continue reading Tupperware Jel-N-Serve

McCall’s Great American Recipe Collection

In the mid 1970s, Bicentennial fever swept the nation which celebrated the 200th anniversary of the United States becoming an independent nation. There were special quarters, half dollars and dollar coins minted between 1975 and 1976. Cities around the country had celebrations and fireworks. Museums such as the Smithsonian had special exhibits.  Even Queen Elizabeth … Continue reading McCall’s Great American Recipe Collection

Swiss Fondue

When we hear the word fondue, this is the fondue most of us think about. This cheesy concoction actually started to become popular in the 1950s when it was introduced to New York City diners by the restaurant Chalet Swiss. As a result, the fondue pot started becoming a popular wedding present for the '50s … Continue reading Swiss Fondue