Welcome to the Vintage Cookbooks and Crafts blog!For over 10 years I have been writing this blog as a fond nostalgic parody of recipes and crafts from the 70's and earlier. Do you remember a trend fondly? From chiffon cakes to pom poms for roller skates, you're speaking my language.
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This fell out of a cookbook I was looking through this week and looks delicious! It’s a cake mix recipe, and looks pretty easy. 1 pkg (4 oz.) pudding & pie filling (cooked as directed on pkg.) 1 pkg. Devils … Continue reading
Here’s another great recipe from the Better Homes and Gardens 1966 Cookies and Candies Cookbook. Brownies are really becoming popular these days like the cupcake did a few years ago. The captions on these pictures read: “To marble the two … Continue reading
I’m continuing my lemon recipe theme to celebrate my friend author Chris Grabenstein’s new tween book Escape From Mr. Lemoncello’s Library. This recipe is apparently from “Francis – 1955-.” 1 large can of pet milk (put in refrigerator overnight). graham … Continue reading
I had a blast last night discussing Vintage Ice Cream Treats at the Eisenhower Public Library. The audience enjoyed sundaes and Klondike Bars. Remember those? Still around, in similar packaging to that when they were first sold in the 1920′s. … Continue reading
This looks much better than the Spicy Prune Whip Cake. I don’t know about the Lemon Cream Icing with the chocolate/vanilla mix, though. I’d go for chocolate frosting. But then, I always go for chocolate. Sift: 2 3/4 cups sifted … Continue reading
I’m up early with the asthma again, and am laughing over this pamphlet cookbook. My niece pulled it from the inventory and read it aloud last week as she enjoyed it so much. It’s from Spry, with Aunt Jenny, their … Continue reading
This is supposed to be a photo of several “Mexican” breads from my Jose Cuervo and Ortega cookbook. I believe the Moon Rolls are in the middle. I wish they included a photo of the Break Apart Bread as I … Continue reading