You Ate What?
Stuff to eat
Stuff to eat
Joys of Jell-o
I’ll admit it. I have a certain fondness for the old cookbooks, especially the ones with molded food. We have featured quite a few over the years, but I think this one might be a favorite. Nearly every page has a recipe or two that takes creative to a whole new level. You can see the yellow frozen jello loaf below. Looks okay so far. Then we move to the next picture, which has a melon filled with jello. Unfortunately we can’t tell from the black and white picture what flavor of jello was inflicted upon the poor melon, but the recipe suggests lime or red. I shudder to think what flavor is “red,” rather than cherry or strawberry.
But wait, there is more! Now we jump to some savory jello recipes featuring tuna, tomatoes, and cabbage. As a child of the Midwest in the 1960s, of course I love jello. But please, let jello just be jello.
Sex Pots… And Pans
The single girl’s to hooking her man-through cooking
Ladies! Are you worried about snagging that man? Today’s post features a guy telling you how to get a husband using your culinary talents. (Don’t you just love when a man is unselfish and gives you such good advice?)
Naturally, it also helps if you are pretty too. Combine the pretty and the cooking and you are well on your way to getting that husband you have always been pining for since you were a little girl.
Start cooking and heat up more than the kitchen!
Tested Recipes From Adventist Hospital Chefs
Review and Herald Publishing Association
Of course the wife is proud of her fruit plate! This wonderful retro cookbook hits all the foodie choices from the 1960s: Something with jello, another tasty sandwich loaf masquerading as a cake, and of course some food with eyes. The surprising new recipe that I haven’t seen before is the Cottage Cheese Croquettes. All you foodies will want to get on that right away. Your family will love it!