Tuna Mushroom Roll

Here's another recipe from grandma. This actually looks really good! Date unknown. This one looks like another crowd pleaser - I'm guessing her cookbook has several quick and delicious recipes that would have been appropriate for a rowdy household!

Thanksgiving ~1943

Holiday Dinners and Kindly Good Cheer Brought to you by a 1943 Sunset magazine advert from the California Wine Board. Happy Thanksgiving! More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Thanksgiving Dinner ~1866 Remarks on Pie Making ~1866 Thanksgiving Pie “The Crown of the Feast”~1866

Place Settings ~1930

Formal and Informal Place Settings Excellent descriptive print of your individual table setting for those formal occasions. Think Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years. A grande affaire! For the average Joe, however, something less grande fits the bill. Here's the everyday table setup. Of course, 90 years later, now we have: And on that note, have... Continue Reading →

Frosty Apple Juice

WWII Summertime Menu More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Pineapple Beer ~1875 3 Simple Luncheon Menus ~1922 Apple Custard ~1881

Halloween Menu ~1922

1920s Halloween Meal from the National League Cookbook. Happy Halloween! Can you just imagine the roaring 20s and a fantastic costume party dinner? Prohibition probably meant that Cider had a little kick to it! Lots of Halloween parties this weekend ~enjoy! Source: Everywoman's Cook Book, 1922. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks On Pumpkins ~1885 La... Continue Reading →

6 Simple Dinner Menus ~1922

Easy Dinner Menus from the National League Cookbook. Item No.1 in Menu No.1 is Jellied Chicken Boullion - Simple? Not so sure. Hearty? Yes. Source: Everywoman's Cook Book, 1922. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Helps for Housekeepers ~1922 12 Sandwich Recipes ~1897 Chili Meat 1938

Friday Menu ~1910

Happy Friday. Source: The Spokane Press, January 22, 1910. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Raspberry Wine ~1810 Fried Quoits~1910 Camping Stoves ~1910

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