Bacon or ham optional, I guess?
An obscure brand of a popular sugar substitute.
A 138 year old recipe, but I don’t know what Michigan has to do with it.
Or flounder. Or halibut. Or even sole, hypothetically.
Did you know that we make our salads the way we make our superheroes?
From Evelyn Warner, who felt it was very important that you know that.
Aww. I got excited because the card says meal loaf.
That is, a vinaigrette.
The name “Sloppy Joe” didn’t attach till the late 1950s or early 1960s.
A weird product a weird history and weird marketing.
Not all stories about New York girls are fictional.
Beef, pork, and possibly poultry seasoning.