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
For the month of November, well at least for the next two weeks, I am going to be doing something kind of different. This is the month of Thanksgiving and to celebrate it, I followed a complete menu from one of my vintage cookbooks. This is something I have always wanted to do. One of … Continue reading 1963 Thanksgiving Menu
Oh tuna noodle casserole. I am sure I am not the only one who grew up eating this dish. Actually it was known in my house as "Tuna Nuna" as my father had to give everything ridiculous names. This dish was one that was in constant rotation. As my mother worked full time as store … Continue reading History of Tuna Noodle Casserole
I have a collection of vintage metal recipe boxes. Sixteen to be exact with all but one full of handwritten recipes and clippings from newspapers and magazines of the past. My favorite thing to do is to flip through the curated recipes of someone's time in the kitchen. The problem is I rarely cook from … Continue reading The Recipe Box: Apple Butter Bread