1968 1969 1969 1970 Here are some Campbell's advertisements featuring the merchandise you could send in for. Did anyone own any of these items or still do? I personally have the M'm! M'm! Good! record. I found it at a thrift store for one dollar and it made me giggle so I bought it.
HOWW DEEE! Before there was "You might be a redneck", "Here's your sign", "Git-R-Done" or "Tater Salad", there was Minnie Pearl. Pearl was the stage persona of comedian Sarah Ophelia Colley Cannon. Known for her straw hat with the hanging price tag, Minnie Pearl was a regular on the Grand Ole Opry stage since 1940 … Continue reading Minnie Pearl’s Corn Light Bread
This is the continuing saga of me trying to figure out the popularity of gelatin recipes from the 1920s to the 1970s. Each month, I randomly pick a recipe from a jar filled with the good, the bad and the savory gelatin recipes to see which ones were worth it and which ones should stay … Continue reading The Gelatin Diaries: Coconut Mounds
I don't think most of us nowadays immediately think of doughnuts and Halloween. Though, many of us who grew up in the eighties and nineties have fond memories of the Dunkin Donut's Munchkins at school birthday parties. It is not that doughnuts are not an important part of fall (I see you apple cider doughnut) … Continue reading Halloween and the Doughnut
I don't know why but does any one else find soup included in a TV dinner weird? I also feel like you could easily make a mess trying to carry it from the stove to the table.
Today I bring you a cool, kitschy and easy cake to make for the holidays. This is a Jell-O recipe but uses their pudding products instead. It is another recipe from the kids' cookbook, Amazing Magical Jell-O Desserts. I also used this cookbook for the Halloween triple treat parfait. This cake comes together with a … Continue reading Christmas Tree Cake