More Recipes for the New Bride

March 23, 2016

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Here, from the same stunning cookbook that offered advice on boiling water, a few more stellar recipes.

One thing I couldn’t help noticing: this book, published in 1969 (although it seems at least a decade older), betrays an overwhelming fondness for pineapple, coconut and avocados.  I’m assuming they were all fairly exotic back then, and therefore considered sophisticated.

Now, without further ado…

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And if those aren’t bad enough, consider this little gem:

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5 Comments

  • tyltonell says:

    I’ve made many an Impossible Coconut Pie using the Bisquick recipe but with my homemade baking mix instead. It’s a quick, tasty weeknight dessert. Try it. Nobody will know.

  • vicki abbott says:

    I’m pretty sure I made that “yummy cake” as a bride 55 years ago. And lived to tell the tale. And I learned.

  • Joy Kramer says:

    Not sure I would ever consider trying that Springtime Avocado Salad. But if one has never tried grapefruit and avocado, that’s yummy. I’ve always used canned or jarred grapefruit and of course fresh avocado. So, who knows, maybe that salad is not as bad as it sounds.

  • Amy says:

    But Miss Ruth….it’s “Yummy” cake!!!!

  • Jill Lucas says:

    Pity the bride who couldn’t, or wouldn’t, eat pineapple.

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