Vintage Recipes

Jul 19, 2014

retrogasm:

JELL-O

retrogasm:

JELL-O

Jul 11, 2014

June 27: National Indian Pudding Day

We missed Indian pudding day, but here’s a recipe so we don’t miss out.

(Source: divas-lament)

Jul 9, 2014

National Sugar Cookie Day! Rejoice!

Check out @peeweeherman’s Tweet:

Jul 6, 2014

Turnips? Who knew?
copyright 1997 The Folger Shakespeare Library

Turnips? Who knew?
copyright 1997 The Folger Shakespeare Library

Jul 4, 2014

someoneatethis:

Happy 4th of July from Someone Ate This!

Now go eat a bunch of food coloring and mayo cause the world is probably gonna blow up anyway.

Oh dear.

someoneatethis:

Happy 4th of July from Someone Ate This!

Now go eat a bunch of food coloring and mayo cause the world is probably gonna blow up anyway.

Oh dear.

Jul 3, 2014

dandyads:

Carnation Instant, 1958

Oh dear.

dandyads:

Carnation Instant, 1958

Oh dear.

Jul 3, 2014

thehappysorceress:

Hastily and poorly-photgraphed recipe cards.

From ‘The Complete Family Recipe Card Series Collection”, Curtin Promotions, Inc., 1973

I do, in fact, have the complete series of 15 packs. This is just a sampling.

Not the most appetizing sampling, but a sampling just the same.

And remember kids - nothing classes up a meal like a pack of hot dogs!!

I’m not sure i could eat any of these.

Jul 3, 2014

weirdvintage:

Fun fact:  Prune Whip was President Dwight Eisenhower’s favorite dessert.  Try it yourself by following this recipe from 1955 (via Found in Mom’s Basement)

Try it. I dare you. http://weird-vintage.com

weirdvintage:

Fun fact:  Prune Whip was President Dwight Eisenhower’s favorite dessert.  Try it yourself by following this recipe from 1955 (via Found in Mom’s Basement)

Try it. I dare you.

Jul 3, 2014

kookychow:

www.kookychow.com

kookychow:

www.kookychow.com

Jul 3, 2014

theoddmentemporium:

The King Who Ate Himself to Death
Adolf Frederick, King of Sweden (1751-1771), died on 12 February 1771 after having consumed a meal consisting of lobster, caviar, sauerkraut, kippers and champagne, which was topped off with 14 servings of his favourite dessert: semla, served in a bowl of hot milk. He is thus remembered as “the king who ate himself to death.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_Frederick,_King_of_Sweden#Death

theoddmentemporium:

The King Who Ate Himself to Death

Adolf Frederick, King of Sweden (1751-1771), died on 12 February 1771 after having consumed a meal consisting of lobstercaviarsauerkrautkippers and champagne, which was topped off with 14 servings of his favourite dessert: semla, served in a bowl of hot milk. He is thus remembered as “the king who ate himself to death.”