From 1972, with an abbreviation I haven’t translated yet.
The poor but honest cousin of a nouveau rich dish.
From The Greenbrier P.E.O. Cookbook.
Time to plan ahead for the party?
In the 1950s and 1960s, ice cream and Jell-o were allies in dessert.
Adding dry pudding mix (rather than mixed pudding) to Cool Whip.
A gritty, hard-hitting exposé of covered-up recipe history.
I know when it’s from, but not what it is.
The back of the card has some useful info, too.
Sort of a menu, sort of a recipe, sort of a shopping list.
With kidney beans.
Was there a sale on quotation marks?