Our next recipe in the box is the first non-dessert recipe to be found. It was clipped from a magazine, and I have included the reverse because it holds a curious little quip from an article.
This recipe dates from when Boyardee was still hyphenated. According to the company website the founder was born in 1897 in Italy and named Ettore (Hector) Boiardi. He began as a chef, and then owned his own restaurant before founding and growing his company, which he did not leave until 1978. His name was spelled phonetically so Americans could pronounce it correctly.
The recipe it is both simple and quick to throw together. As for the article snippet on the other side one wonders what the writer would think of the world that an “ordinary wife and mother” lives in today.