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Potatoes — The Way Men Love Them

Potatoes, the way men love them according to 1971 GM recipe card.

Ah, so that's how you make potatoes for men.

What, didn’t they have bacon in 1971?

Although, I cannot argue with a recipe containing potatoes, onion, butter and oil. I’ll just pretend it says bacon (or chicken) fat. Also bonus points for hash browns, not home fries.

June 16, 2017   No Comments

Happy Halloween

Spooks /n Goblins Halloween party recipe card from Betty Crocker circa 1971.

Black Cat Cupcakes. Mmmmm. I mean Boooooo. I mean Happy Halloween!

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October 31, 2016   No Comments

Have A Ball Baseball Mitt Cake

Have A Ball Baseball Mitt Cake from Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library

The Fall Classic is in full swing. The Cubs are in the World Series. This is the Have A Ball! Baseball Mitt Cake from Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library. 1971. You think that was a long time ago? Last time the Cubs were in the World Series it was 1945.

Have A Ball! Baseball Mitt Cake recipe card.

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October 29, 2016   No Comments

Then And Now: Hot Cheese Puffs

Hot Cheese Puffs Betty Crocker recipe card. File under: The Do-Aheads

From 1975: Betty Crocker Hot Cheese Puffs recipe card. The flip side has the step-by-step process. Read on to see it… and the results from now!

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July 30, 2016   No Comments

Betty Crocker Is Calling

Betty Crocker Cookbook Now Available For Windows Phone

The Betty Crocker Cookbook is an icon. While it won’t look quite as good sitting on the kitchen shelf (or maybe it would), Betty is making her recipes available to go. The press release follows, including a link to the download site. And if you’re feeling old school, check out the Betty Crocker’s Picture Cookbook (1950 Classic Edition).
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July 9, 2011   No Comments

Cupcake Stand Shows Off

Betty Crocker Cupcake Stand

The popularity of the cupcake isn’t too hard to understand. Like little sweet jewels they stand out amongst duller competition. And you can eat them, that’s always good.

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November 17, 2010   No Comments