Groceries ~1919

What Kind of Shopper Are You? Do you make a list and check it twice? Coupon clipper? Marathon shopper - getting it all done at once for several weeks at a time? Daily shopper for what you need for tonight's dinner? ~ Today's post is a newspaper advert listing the weekly specials at the Crystal... Continue Reading →

WWII Shredded Wheat ~1942

We Wives Are In The War. This is such a great find. Had to share. It's up to us to feed our loved ones nutritious food. "Every day a whole grain food," say Uncle Sam's Nutritional Authorities. And in delicious Nabisco Shredded Wheat you get all of whole wheat's energy. It is also a good... Continue Reading →

Life on the Swing Shift

Maxwell House WWII Advertisement. Here's a fascinating advert from 1943. They target women factory works - neat - during WWII working on what looks like and airplane. Here's the copy: Happy Monday! And remember... When life needs a lift, it's coffee time! More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Folding Napkins ~1872 Wanted: 500 Bakers ~1917... Continue Reading →

Pie Day ~1947

Classic Recipes to Celebrate Pie Day. Happy Pi(e) Day! Here are a few fun pie recipes to help celebrate the day. Mother’s Pumpkin Pie ~1875 Pie or Cobbler? ~1910 Remarks on Pie Making ~1866 On Pies ~1855 Thanksgiving Pie “The Crown of the Feast”~1866 Apples Prepared for Nice Pies ~1851  

Coo-Coo Clams

From Coo-Coo Cove. Coo-coo Clams from Coo-Coo Cove are one of the great delicacies of the clean, clear waters of the Pacific - they have a very distinct flavor of mellow tang, that once enjoyed is never forgotten. This product leaflet comes in the unique - and highly appropriate - shape of a clam shell.... Continue Reading →

Dora and Jack 1923

Cream of Wheat Advertisement. Love this Cream of Wheat advertisement from a 1923 American Cookery magazine. How will you, dear reader, spend Valentine's Day? Any romantic plans? Maybe spend a few moments making googly eyes over a bowl of hot cereal in the morning before dashing off to work? Wisps of steam curling through the... Continue Reading →

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