Who doesn’t love alliteration? Well this recipe has that and it tastes great! Did I mention Pepperoni Pizza Pasta Bake is also thrifty? This recipe is a mashup of several different 1970’s recipes.
I added up the cost of the ingredients. With eight large servings, this family friendly and good enough for company recipe comes to less than $1 a serving AND everyone will eat it!
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Hooo Doggy! Our cucumber plants are producing!
I have three different recipes that will appeal to many different tastes. While going through my collection of vintage cookbooks, I discovered there aren’t that many cucumber recipes, but many recipes for cookies and cake. Note to you all, cucumbers do not taste like cake…
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Dates Were the Avocados of the 1920’s
I’m one of these people who read cookbooks for fun. When reading my 1927 copy of the Sioux City/Omaha Fontenelle Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star Cookbook, I quickly came to a few conclusions.
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Holy cats! I’m sure you’ve noticed inflation is getting up there. I hope you aren’t in the market for a rental car, a new vehicle, gas or food.
You may not need anything to do with transportation, but you do have to eat. So here are some inflation relief recipes to help you out!
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Everyone has a few apples in their refrigerator. This Apple Bread recipe is a lower sugar dessert that can use up those apples in the back of your refrigerator that are well past their prime. This 1950’s recipe is from a farm magazine from many years ago. It presents well, and is sure to be a great after school snack or a Christmas gift to replace that fruit cake no one cares to eat!
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This Pumpkin Roll recipe is classic. Anytime I am assigned to bring a desert to an event, I will bring the Pumpkin Roll. Christmas party? Pumpkin Roll. Easter? Pumpkin Roll. July 4th? Pumpkin Roll. And I always come home with an empty plate.
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If you are in the market for housing, a car, or gasoline, you may have noticed that the prices have gone up. Way up.
Here’s a recipe for no-waste Roast Beef and Potatoes that will allow you to use a cheaper cut (I used a Sirloin Tip Roast purchased for $2.99 a pound) that I guarantee will come out tender and flavorful!
With this recipe, you might have enough money left in your budget to buy a 2X4.
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This recipe is from someone’s grandma pulled from a farmer magazine, published in the “way back”. I’ve seen other Carmelita recipes that contain much more butter and sugar. Some Carmelita recipes include an entire can of sweetened condensed milk in addition to the extra butter and sugar. Can you say diabetic coma?
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Easy Black Bean Dip is a vintage recipe straight from the 1960’s. It’s super easy and can be served either hot or cold. With easy to find ingredients and simple tools, this is sure to become a family favorite!
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