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.
Who and where was Clam Dip created? So it is going to be kind of wonky the way I answer this question. The way the dip as we know it got into the American food lexicon was when the dip was presented on the Kraft Music Hall television show in 195Os. There where versions of … Continue reading History of Clam Dip
All this week, I am going to post a cookie recipe that I have tested from my recipe box collection. Baking is a huge part of December and cookies are probably on the top of that list for most people. I will admit I always have great intentions of being like the "Cooky Lady" and baking … Continue reading Strawberry Meringue Bars
If you haven't been following along, last Friday I talked about how I made a whole Thanksgiving menu from the 1963 Better Homes and Gardens Birthdays and Family Celebrations. On Tuesday, I talked about the appetizers. Today I will be sharing the main course which had the following items on the menu: roast turkey, cornbread stuffing, mashed … Continue reading 1963 Thanksgiving Menu: The Main Course
As I explained last Friday, I am making a whole Thanksgiving menu from the 1963 Better Homes and Gardens Birthdays and Family Celebrations. First up on this menu, or any menu really, are the appetizers. On this particular one, they were the tomato starter - hot or cold, curried wheat bites, melon pickles and assorted … Continue reading 1963 Thanksgiving Menu: The Appetizers
Edward G. Robinson was an actor who had a career spanning over 50 years as well as a political activist. He is most known for his gangster roles in movies. He has quite an impressive filmography that includes such movies as Key Largo, Soylent Green, Little Caesar and Smart Money. Double Indemnity is my favorite … Continue reading Edward G. Robinson’s Baked Noodles