Here is an easy recipe from the 1955 They Taste So-o-o Good! cookbook from Planters. Plus the art is really cool.
These recipes are from the 1930 Meat Merchandising booklet, from their “You Can Use These Recipes” section. Nice of them to offer recipes and give you permission to use them… even if their instructions are a bit oddly written. Chicken Salad (No. 1) Cut a cold boiled fowl or remnants of roast chicken in half-inch [...]
Catching up here with some recipes and cookbooks that don’t require scanning… This is from the Watkins Salad Book published in 1946. Interesting combo… can’t say I’d try it! 1/4 lb. salt herring 3 medium-sized boiled potatoes 2 large tart apples, unpeeled 2 white onions 4 hard-cooked eggs French Dressing Crisp lettuce Sweet pickles Cover [...]
This “Guess-What Salad” recipe comes from the 1955 Good Housekeeping Cook Book , and just goes to show what wacky recipe ideas one can find in vintage cookbooks. 1 1/2 cups coarsely shredded, pared raw parsnips 3/4 cup diced celery 3 tablesp. minced onion 8 to 10 sliced small stuffed olives 1/2 teasp. salt Dash [...]
This recipe comes from the 1938 edition of The Mazola Salad Bowl. 1 (13 oz.) can tuna fish 1 cup diced celery 2 tablespoons minced green pepper 1 tablespoon lemon juice 3/4 tablespoon salt 6 tablespoons mayoneaise 1 (No. 2 1/2) can sliced pineapple Lettuce Combine all ingredients but pineapple and lettuce. Arrange drained pineapple, [...]
This recipe is from “Things You Should Know About Your New Good Seasons Salad Dressing Kit“. 1955 by the Perkins Products Company. Ingredients 3 medium potatoes, cooked 1 tbl chopped chives of parsley 1 tbl finely chopped green onions 2 slices crisp bacon, chippedfine 1/3 cup mayonnaise 1/3 cup Good Seasons Old Fashion French Dressing [...]