Vintage Cookery Tips and Tricks from the 1940's and 1950's. Great article with tips that include how to poach eggs without an egg poacher and how to make a meringue that never fails.
Teenage girls wearing blue jeans hang out in friend's living room, eating and drinking Cokes, Des Moines, Iowa. Location: Des Moines, IA, US Date taken: 1944 Photographer: Nina Leen
Pixy Stix. Pixy Stix contents were originally sold as a drink mix in the 1940s but the manufacturer learned that kids were eating the sweet and sour powder right out of the package instead of mixing it with water. In the 1950s the tasty powder was repackaged as Pixy Stix.
Caramel Cake from the 1940's
Just imagine yourself sitting in your grandma's kitchen enjoying a slice of this moist, rich and delicious caramel cake! This recipe has a very distinct old-fashioned taste that you just don't find in today's mixes. It is very easy to make, but you do have to be careful not to over mix or over bake it. It comes out very moist and it is very rich. If you don't have a large family, you can share it with a friend or take out a little now and freeze the rest into individual servings. Then…
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Toll House Cookie Secret Recipes From The 1940's
Need a vintage recipe for healthy and frugal carrot cookies that can double as breakfast? Try this yummy recipe from the 1940's economy bulletins.
Homemade Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake recipe. This is absolutely the best chocolate cake recipe ever! Ultra creamy frosting and filling and a fudgy moist cake- If you love chocolate cake you have to try this! From RestlessChipotle.com via @Marye at Restless