Since this recipe does not include any instructions for making a crust one could assume it is a crustless version of apple pie. Slap a scoop of ice cream on a piece and you probably wouldn’t even notice.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
This is obviously not a recipe but a menu for a holiday feast or a family get together. I wonder if the two sides of the card were intended for two separate occasions or one big one. It is also possible these menus were part of an exercise for a child. There are multiple misspellings, the cards are numbered for some reason, and we have already found out there might have been a Camp Fire Girl in the house.
Monday, March 3, 2014
Friday, February 28, 2014
Not that I’m any kind of an expert, but I’ve never heard of cooking a meatloaf by packing it into a can and steam baking it. It’s so unusual I’m tempted to try this recipe. It also provides you with an alternative to bake it in the oven normally, but I would have to try the orange juice can in water method.
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
During the first few years of our marriage my wife and I were frugal by necessity, which translates into not having much money. One of the meals we (actually she) came up with between bologna sandwiches and tomato soup was salmon patties. They were as dry as eating a sawdust sandwich, which is probably not entirely accurate, but it’s the way I remember them. This recipe for salmon loaf might be saved by the addition of canned tomatoes to juice it up, but I have my doubts.
Monday, February 24, 2014
I asked my wife for her opinion on what in the world the name of this recipe was, because it looked like “Veal Bird” to me. She studied it and came up with the idea that it could be the name of the person the recipe came from, which made sense to me, although “Veal” seemed like a pretty strange first name to both of us. I was just going to label the recipe “Tenderloins” until I decided at the last minute to do a quick internet search of Veal Bird. Guess what…that really is the name of this recipe.