August 13, 2016
A couple more recipes from that Farm Journal Cookbook. I just can’t resist these old-fashioned dishes, that take us back to an almost forgotten America when people were rolling ham up into rolls, using maraschino cherry juice and plopping eggs into aspic.
I think what I find so appealing about these dishes is that they’re so far from anything anyone was making in New York when I was growing up. This egg salad….
August 12, 2016
This little gem comes from a 1968 gem of a cookbook called “Cooking for Company” from the editors of Farm Journal.
It’s such a retro recipe that I couldn’t resist it; I can’t remember the last time I actually saw anything that even remotely resembled this.
August 10, 2016
Okay. It’s late summer in 1977, and after you’ve made that time-consuming Boeuf en Gelee, Gourmet Magazine suggests that you move on to this Raspberry Bavarian. You didn’t have anything else you wanted to do today, did you?
August 9, 2016
In the summer of 1977, Gourmet Magazine suggested this as a little lunch. Be prepared: this is a project!
Here’s the Bouef a la Mode; tomorrow I’ll post that Raspberry Bavarian.
August 7, 2016
A few fascinating recipes from this issue: