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Balls on Picks - 1950 Party Appetizer - SO GROSS
 
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Balls on Picks comes from a 1950 collection of 500 party recipes. Anyone who served these appetizers at their party must have been out of their mind because this has been the worst thing we have eaten so far. Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology Want to know more about how to support us? Visit our Patreon page to become a patron: https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 1802 Recipe Archaeology
1970 peanut butter sandwiches with deviled ham and MORE!
 
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These crazy peanut butter sandwich combinations come from a 1970 cookbook but out by the Oklahoma Peanut Council. There were many insane combinations to choose from but we went with three to taste test. We invited a couple of friends over for tea and served them peanut butter sandwiches with things like deviled ham. Thankfully, they really like us and are still our friends even after we asked them to try this. To find out how to support us, please visit our Patreon page and learn how to become a Patreon! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Find us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://instagram.com/Recipe Archaeology
Views: 965 Recipe Archaeology
Cheese Salad - Recipe Archaeology
 
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It's time for another recipe from the University of Oklahoma cookbook (published 1975). Cheese Salad is from Mrs. Bizzell, wife of OU president from 1925-1941. Keep your cholesterol medicine handy because this Cheese Salad recipe packs and eggy punch. Find us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 1088 Recipe Archaeology
Spaghetti Alaska - Recipe Archaeology
 
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Stephanie & Christine dive back into the 1935 macaroni cookbook with a unique recipe involving a salmon mold and spaghetti. Will it be gross or tasty. Watch to find out. Other recipes from this cookbook: Macaroni Papoose https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLnBX6vY4ls Spaghetti Balls https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EwXRmZ8aWU Macaroni Alabam! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flZUxUY70iM Find us on Facebook for updates and Facebook Live posts: https://www.facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology/ Follow us on Instagram for even more fun: https://www.instagram.com/recipearchaeology/
Views: 1138 Recipe Archaeology
Cottage Cheese Ring - Recipe Archaeology
 
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Stephanie and Christine make a boozy cottage cheese ring. They uncovered another jello mold type recipe using cottage cheese, wine and gelatine.
Views: 930 Recipe Archaeology
Haerbig Special - Recipe Archaeology
 
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Stephanie and Christine explore a retro cookbook from the University of Oklahoma. Haerbig Special is a mish-mash of flavors and smells pilled on top of bread. Perfect for a brunch? Find out. Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology/ Follow us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/recipearchaeology/
Views: 986 Recipe Archaeology
Avocado Mousse - Recipe Archaeology
 
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Stephanie and Christine make a recipe from Stephanie's Grandmother's cookbook for Avocado Mousse. It was an amended version of a recipe from Helen Corbitt. Turns out, it will be the smoothest guacamole you will ever eat.
Views: 1109 Recipe Archaeology
Winter Salad featuring marshmallows and Velveeta - must taste!
 
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This 1950 "salad" combines marshmallows and Velveeta cheese to create a surprisingly satisfying salad. It is very reminiscent of holiday salads our grandmothers would make. Does this remind you of anything you had as a kid? We want to know! Leave a comment or send us an email (recipearchaeology@gmail.com) or find us on social media. Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 1033 Recipe Archaeology
Cheese Rice Krispies - Recipe Archaeology
 
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Stephanie & Christine make a savory Rice Krispies treat that is cheesy instead of sweet. However, they can't figure out what it's purpose is. Snack? Casserole topping? Christmas tin gift? You decide.
Views: 888 Recipe Archaeology
Saucy Pork Twist - Made with SPAM!
 
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This fun little casserole comes from the Betty Crocker recipe collection box from 1971. Believe it or not, this is the first Spam recipe we have made. Watch see who is a Spam fan...and who is not. To find out how to support us, please visit our Patreon page and learn how to become a Patreon! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Connect with us on facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 843 Recipe Archaeology
Bacon Prune Sandwich - 1930s recipe from CA Prune Industry
 
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Apparently, people in the 1930s didn't care about presentation or how their food looked. They just wanted to eat. This bacon and prune sandwich may look disgusting but was surprisingly okay to eat. This recipe was sent to us by a fan of the show (Thank you Janet!) and comes from a recipe booklet put out by the California Prune Industry in the 1930s. Janet also sent us two other books for bananas and pies. Find one of the banana recipes in Stephanie's personal blog: https://hugskissesandsnot.com/banana-upside-down-cake-and-the-oklahoma-teacher-walk-out/ Thank you to our new Patreon supporters! We appreciate you! If you would like to become a patron please visit our patreon page: https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Other ways to show your love... Subscribe to the show, follow us on Facebook and Instagram, share with a friend! https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 776 Recipe Archaeology
Stuffed Fried Eggs recipe from the 1700s - Recipe Archaeology
 
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Stephanie & Christine make a stuffed egg recipe from the cookbook Great Cooks and Their Recipes by Anne Willan. This recipe is from an Italian cook from the late 1700's. Stuffed Eggs seems to be a precursor to deviled eggs and it is made even more interesting because the eggs are breaded and fried. Thank you to Recipe Archaeology fan Katharine for lending us this interesting cookbook! We had a lot of fun looking through seriously vintage recipes from the 1300's to the beginning the the twentieth century. Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology and find out how to support us and help us buy groceries through our Patreon page: https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 1772 Recipe Archaeology
Hotdog Salad Loaf - 1969 Better Homes & Gardens recipe
 
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This recipe come from the Better Homes and Gardens Salad Book published in 1969. Frankfurter Salad Loaf is in the "Salad Sandwiches" chapter of the cookbook but we can't find anything "salad" about it. Visit our Patreon page to find out how to support us! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram for more fun photos of our culinary creations. https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 859 Recipe Archaeology
Tom & Jerry Holiday Cocktail - Recipe Archaeology
 
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This warm cocktail is perfect for the holidays. It makes a lot so call some friends, plan a party and get the brandy out. Even if you're not a big egg nog fan, this cocktail will appeal to everyone. Grandmother Pat was in the house when we made this cocktail. She wasn't really in the mood to be on camera but enjoyed trying Tom & Jerry cocktail. If you want to see adorable Pat, check out her recipe for Cranberry Ice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62zwfP57KlI Visit Stephanie's blog for the full recipe: http://hugskissesandsnot.com/tom-jerry-holiday-cocktail-recipe/ Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 1158 Recipe Archaeology
Retro Bologna Recipe - Glazed Bologna Slices - Recipe Archaeology
 
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Bologna is on the menu this week! Stephanie and Christine make a retro recipe clipped from a newspaper. Glazed Bologna Slices remind us of poor man's ham steak. Thank you to our friend Lynne, for lending us her Aunt's bologna recipes. Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology Find out more about this recipe on Stephanie's blog: http://hugskissesandsnot.com
Views: 896 Recipe Archaeology
1969 Molded Meat Salad - Turkey & Lime Jello
 
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Who would be so crazy as to combine turkey, ginger ale, and lime jello? Us! This crazy concoction comes from the 1969 Better Homes and Gardens Salad Book from the "molded meat" chapter. To find out how to support us, please visit our Patreaon page and learn how to become a Patreon! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology We would love your follows on Facebook and Instagram: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 916 Recipe Archaeology
Strawberry Tomato Aspic with Horseradish! 1933 Jello Recipe
 
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This recipe comes from a little booklet put out in 1933 by Jello to promote their "new" Jello product. Thanks to modern cookery engineering, Jello invented a new formula that allows the dessert to dissolve in just minutes in warm water. Apparently, it took a lot of stirring to dissolve the powder and even then the home cook was still left with a slightly grainy texture. Plus, the new formula would set up in one hour as opposed to hours and hours. We would like to dispute this claim as we have never found any of our Jello recipes to set up and be ready to unmold in just one hour. Horsecrappery! Speaking of horses...this recipe calls for a generous portion of horseradish which gave it a distinct flavor of cocktail sauce...if it weren't for the strawberry Jello. Check out the fun benefits of becoming a Patron and support the show: https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 314 Recipe Archaeology
1970 Spice Cake with Campbell's Tomato Soup
 
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Why would you want to put Tomato soup in a spice cake mix? Because Campbell's told us to. This recipe comes from a 1970 Campbell's soup recipe book. This cake was quick and easy to make and surprisingly yummy. To make this cake you will need: 1 box spice cake mix 1 can condensed tomato soup 1/2 cup water 2 eggs Combine the above ingredients and cook according to directions on box. Do not add any additional ingredients. To make the cream cheese frosting we used you will need: 1 package cream cheese (softened) 1 Tbs. milk 1 tsp. vanilla extract 1 lb. powdered sugar Cream together cream cheese and milk. Add powdered sugar and beat until creamy. Add vanilla extract and stir until combined. To connect with us beyond YouTube, follow us on Facebook and Instagram. https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology Find out how to support us as a Patreon supporter: https:patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 799 Recipe Archaeology
Ham Salad Supreme - Molded Jello Ham Salad
 
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This crazy recipe comes from the 1969 Better Homes and Garden's Salad Book cookbook. This cookbook has a lot of fun recipes and this one is from the "molded meat" chapter. To find out how to support us, please visit our Patreon page and learn how to become a Patreon! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Please follow us on Instagram and Facebook for updates of when we do live YouTube broadcasts and more behind the scenes posts. https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 974 Recipe Archaeology
Eggs on Chips - 1954 Betty Crocker Casserole - Recipe Archaeology
 
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This crazy little casserole comes out of a 1954 Betty Crocker book called "Good & Easy". We're not so sure how good this was. You be the judge. Connect with us on Facebook: https://Facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://Instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 1217 Recipe Archaeology
Corn and Lima Bean Casserole with Frankfurters
 
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This crazy little recipe comes from a promotional cookbook put out by the Monarch Range company. Monarch manufactured stoves, cook tops, refrigerators, and water heaters. With recipes like this one, maybe this is the reason we don't hear about Monarch as a company anymore. There was not a publish date listed in the cookbook but we think it was put out in the late 1950s or early 60s. Here are a couple of other hot dog recipes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGZkZrpgYQ4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9li5hH4NeY and who could forget Lima Bean Loaf?! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWnvyavAMb4 To find out how to support us, please visit our Patreon page and learn how to become a Patreon! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 747 Recipe Archaeology
Lima Bean Loaf - Recipe Archaeology
 
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The gals at Recipe Archaeology are back in the 1955 American Woman Cookbook making another loaf. This Lima Bean loaf can only be described as a travesty. It remains a mystery who would actually eat this. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology/
Views: 884 Recipe Archaeology
Turnip Cake Recipe from the late 1400s - Recipe Archaeology
 
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Turnip Cake is our final recipe from the cookbook Great Cooks and Their Recipes. This recipe tastes like it looks...disgusting. It is from the 1400s in England and thankfully, tastes and trends have changed. Thank you to RA fan, Katharaine, for lending us the book! Here are links to the other two recipes from this book, Stuffed Eggs and Spiced Pancake: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAK2v7_o9hQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8X-jwiT71WY We love hearing from fans of the show and seeing their favorite vintage recipes. Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram. https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology If you would like to support the show and help us make more episodes, please visit our Patreon page. https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 1883 Recipe Archaeology
Whole Cauliflower with Chipped Beef Cream Sauce - 1953
 
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We went into this recipe thinking it would be horrible because it contained dried beef. Watch to find out if it was just as terrible as we imagined or if we were surprised. To make this recipe: Steam a whole head of cauliflower in 1 cup of water for 10 minutes or until you can easily pierce it with a knife. In a heavy sauce pan melt one stick of butter, stir in 6 tablespoons of flour. Add 3 cups of milk. Stir constantly for 10 minutes to form a thick white sauce. Add 2.5 oz. of shredded dried beef. Pour over steamed cauliflower. Stephanie's earrings can be purchased through Glory Haus. Glory Haus is extra special because all of their leather items are handmade and employee women who are transitioning out of homelessness. http://www.gloryhaus.com/jen-hatmaker_1213 (They didn't ask us to promote their products, we just love their business model and their products that much) To find out how to support us, please visit our Patreon page and learn how to become a Patreon! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 801 Recipe Archaeology
1960 Knox Gelatine Diet Drinks - Recipe Archaeology
 
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1960 women knew how to thin and trim and curb hunger pangs. Knox gelatine wants to help you stay trim! Just drink one envelope of Knox gelatine in a glass of juice three times a day. Watch to find out if it's worth it. Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 764 Recipe Archaeology
Rancho Bean Bake! Retro Bologna and Baked Bean recipe- Recipe Archaeology
 
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It's another bologna recipe clipped from the newspaper. Ranch Bean Bake may not have been the most tasty meal, but it sure was fun to say. Thanks to our friend Lynne for sharing her aunt's bologna recipes with us. Stephanie found this recipe somewhat similar to Frankfurter Supper, but not as yummy. Click here to watch Frankfurter Supper: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGZkZrpgYQ4 Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology and find out how to support us and help us buy groceries through our Patreon page: https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 935 Recipe Archaeology
Recipe Archaeology Outtakes
 
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We are taking a month off and won't be able to recreate vintage recipes for you until we get back from vacation and what-not. While we are traveling, please enjoy these little clips from past episodes. In the mean time, please connect with us on Facebook and Instagram. https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology Find out how to support the show and become a Patreon supporter https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 307 Recipe Archaeology
Coffee Royale Punch - Best Coffee Cocktail EVER
 
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This coffee cocktail recipe comes from Stephanie's grandmother's recipe book and it is a winner! Check out Stephanie's blog for the full recipe. Let us know if you make it and how you like it. http://hugskissesandsnot.com/coffee-royale-punch-recipe-archaeology/ Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology Find out out to become a patron on our Patreaon page: https://patreaon.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 519 Recipe Archaeology
Carrot Ring - 1950 version of Peas and Carrots
 
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Carrot Ring comes from a 1950 cookbook of recipes for children. Every recipe is supposed to help mothers build strong bodies and good eating habits in their young children. Many of the menus suggested are a mystery as to what child would eat any of it. 1950 children must have done what they were told because I don't know many children in 2017 that would eat much of what is suggested. Carrot Ring didn't taste terrible but had a strange texture. It was peas and carrots in very soft scrambled eggs. For the record, Stephanie's family ate the rest of the Carrot Ring for dinner later that night. Another recipe from this cookbook is our Milk Drink Taste Test which turned out pretty tasty (for the most part). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2w-J3Gd_28&t=687s Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology Find out how to support us by becoming a patron: https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 754 Recipe Archaeology
Pineapple Whip - Gelatin diet dessert from 1960
 
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We were very excited about this dessert because it sounded like it might be a little bit like the infamous Dole Whip at Disneyland. Turns out, the only way to experience a Dole Whip is to visit the Magic Kingdom itself. Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology Help us make even more crazy recipes by becoming a patron. Visit our Patreon page: https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 934 Recipe Archaeology
Spiced Pancake recipe from 1600s - Recipe Archaeology
 
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This spiced pancake recipe is from the cookbook Great Cooks and Their Recipes by Anne Willan. The chef is Robert May who lived between 1588-1665. When made in a skillet as a large pancake, it turned out more like a bread pudding instead of a pancake we know them. For the complete recipe, check out Stephanie's blog: http://hugskissesandsnot.com/spiced-skillet-bread-pudding/ Check out our other recipe from this cookbook: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAK2v7_o9hQ Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology If you would like to support the show and help us with our grocery bill, please visit our Patreon page: https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 958 Recipe Archaeology
Spaghetti Balls - Recipe Archaeology
 
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Stephanie and Christine make a fun and delicious Spaghetti Ball recipe from a 1930 promotional macaroni cookbook. Watch as they make a dough out of spaghetti and fry it up to create a delicious breakfast treat.
Views: 1027 Recipe Archaeology
Deviled Egg Mold - Just like deviled eggs or egg salad?
 
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This recipe comes from 1960 Knox On-Camera Recipes. It looks like a book that was made from a television program promoting Knox gelatin and is full of pictures from a woman on camera preparing molded food. Even though this is called Deviled Egg Mold, it didn't really taste like deviled eggs. It was more like an egg salad and we discovered that Ritz crackers were essential. If you would like to try this recipe for your Easter brunch or lunch, check out Stephanie's blog for the full recipe: http://hugskissesandsnot.com/recipe-archaeology-deviled-egg-mold-recipe-from-1960/ This book was sent to us by a fan! How awesome is that?! Thank you Sherry, for thinking of us when you were estate sale hunting. Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology and support us by becoming a patron: https://patreaon.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 920 Recipe Archaeology
Green Goddess Salad - The worst Jello salad we have tried so far
 
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Stephanie and Christine make the worst jello salad yet. Green Goddess Salad comes from The New Joys of Jello published in 1973. But with lime jello and sardines, this jello salad is anything but a joy. Watch the other green jello disaster, Asparagus Jello: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8i51AbG8ARg Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology Support us by becoming a Patron. Visit our patreon page to find out how to help us make more episodes: https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 2545 Recipe Archaeology
Pumpkin Ale Beer Bread
 
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This crazy little recipe comes from a local business women's association cookbook published in 1967. With only three ingredients, this beer bread is quick and easy to make. 2 cups self-rising flour 5 Tbs. sugar 1 can beer Mix ingredients together and let rise in a warm place for 20 minutes. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 50-60 minutes. To find out how to support us, please visit our Patreon page and learn how to become a Patreon! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Find us on Facebook for more updates and fun live feeds. https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 428 Recipe Archaeology
Nut Loaf - Recipe Archaeology
 
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This nutty recipe is from The American Woman's Cookbook published in 1955. Meatloaf but without the meat.
Views: 964 Recipe Archaeology
Asparagus Jello
 
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Stephanie and Christine find a recipe for Asparagus Jello in an old recipe book of Stephanie's grandmother. They wonder why women from the 50s and 60s loved lime jello so much and why they made it savory.
Views: 1198 Recipe Archaeology
Grape Bouillon drink- 1972 recipe LIVE broadcast playback
 
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This recipe comes from a Minute Maid recipe book. Every recipe features some sort of minute Maid juice concentrate. On this live broadcast we tried a hot grape juice and beef bouillon mixture. Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology Visit our Patreon page to find out how to support us even more. https://patreaon.com/RecipeArchaeology If you have retro or vintage recipe books you would like to send our way please send them to: Stephanie Clinton P.O. Box 3153 Norman, OK 73070 We can't promise we will feature a recipe but we would love to see what you send us. If you have a retro recipe book that you would like to send us
Views: 631 Recipe Archaeology
Champagne Mousse/Ice Cream to Celebrate 1000 subs!
 
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To celebrate hitting our goal of 1,000 subscribers we decided to make something delicious. This Champagne Mousse recipe is from 1974 Helen Corbitt Cooks For Company. The process turned out to be more labor intensive and lengthy than we anticipated, thus we had some mishaps. Regardless of not following the directions exactly, this Champagne Mousse turned out wonderful. Check out Stephanie's blog for the full recipe: https://wp.me/p44mDw-30y Connect with us on Instagram and Facebook: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology Learn how to become a supporter through Patreon: https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Other recipes from Helen Corbitt: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymEJnKfmM5s&t=37s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlA5S1vDn-w&t=3s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdEMkuA7JXI
Views: 456 Recipe Archaeology
Orange Juice + Raw Egg = Breakfast?
 
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This recipe comes from the Ladies Home Journal Cookbook published in 1960. We have come to discover that people liked drinking raw eggs in the 1960s and 70s. We can only assume they thought this was a protein drink and a healthy start to the day. Would you drink it? To find out how to support us, please visit our Patreon page and learn how to become a Patreon! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology We would love to see you on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 1532 Recipe Archaeology
Hawaiian Ham Balls
 
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Stephanie and Christine make another bizarre recipe from an obscure cookbook. Ham balls is re-branded as Hawaiian Ham Balls and ready for their next Luau themed party.
Views: 1091 Recipe Archaeology
Surprise Pie - Grandma recipe with a secret ingredient...Ritz crackers!
 
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This recipe comes from Stephanie's grandmother's recipe book. We weren't sure how a pie made with Ritz crackers would taste but, surprise! It was delicious. Here are the ingredients and instructions should you want to make it: 24 Ritz crackers, crushed 4 egg whites 1 cup walnuts, pulsed in food processor 2 tsp. vanilla 1/2 pint heavy whipping cream 3 Tbs. sugar Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Beat egg whites on high and stream in sugar. Add 1 tsp. vanilla. Beat until stiff peaks have formed. Fold in Ritz cracker crumbs and nuts. Bake in a well buttered pie pan for 25 minutes. Beat whipping cream, 3 Tbs. sugar and 1 tsp. vanilla until thick. Allow pie to cool then chill in refrigerator. When ready to serve, top with whipped cream. Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology Learn how to become a patron and help us make more crazy recipes. Visit our Patreon page: https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Watch other recipes from Stephanie's grandmother: Asparagus jello: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8i51AbG8ARg Avocado mousse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlA5S1vDn-w&t=209s Fruit Cake Christmas Cookies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qm8bHJzDIsE
Views: 1620 Recipe Archaeology
Macaroni Papoose - Recipe Archaeology
 
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Stephanie and Christine make a recipe from a 1930's pasta cookbook called Macaroni Papoose. This little pamphlet cookbook was created by the National Macaroni Manufacturers Association as a way to promote their product to home cooks. Each recipe's main ingredient is some sort of pasta.
Views: 890 Recipe Archaeology
Artillery Punch a.k.a Trash Can Punch a.k.a. Super Boozy Punch
 
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This recipe comes from The University Cookbook published in 1970 by the University of Oklahoma Women's Association. If you're looking for a punch that will get your guests liquored up in a hurry, this is it. To find out how to support us, please visit our Patreon page and learn how to become a Patreon! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 545 Recipe Archaeology
Ham Dip - 1970
 
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This salty little dip comes from a 1970 appetizers and party snacks cookbook. This Ham Dip is the recipe of Mrs. Preston Smith, the wife of the Governor of Texas in 1970. To make Ham Dip you need: 16 oz cottage cheese 1 small can of deviled ham 1/2 a package of onion soup mix Blend the cottage cheese in a blender to make it smooth. Combine all ingredients and serve with Fritos. To make this dip palatable combine: 16 oz. cream cheese 1 small can deviled ham 1/2 a package onion soup mix Top with shredded cheese, sliced black olives, and sriracha sauce. Serve with Fritos. To find out how to support us, please visit our Patreon page and learn how to become a Patreon! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology Find us Facebook for live broadcasts: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology
Views: 1183 Recipe Archaeology
Retro Beverage Recipe - Hot Lemonade and FRESCA with BUTTER!
 
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We are back in the All Occasion Beverage Book put out by Coca-Cola in 1972. All of the recipes involve some sort of Minute Maid concentrate juice. This one combines two Coca-Cola products; Minute Maid lemonade and Fresca. The best we can guess is they were trying to recreate a hot butter rum situation without the rum. Check out or other recipe from this cookbook Grape Bouillon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuNoTcSwJDM Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology If you would like to support us and help buy groceries please check out our Patreon page. You may even see you name in the credits! https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology We have had several people offer to send us vintage cookbooks they have found. We would love to see them! We can't promise to feature every single one on an episode but would love to see what you find. Or if you have vintage kitchen gadgets you would like us to try out, let us know. books or vintage gadgets can be sent to: Recipe Archaeology c/o Stephanie Clinton P.O. Box 3153 Norman, OK 73071
Views: 469 Recipe Archaeology
Frankfurter Supper or Homemade Spaghettios - Recipe Archaeology
 
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Christine and Stephanie uncover an old fashioned recipe called Frankfurter Supper only to discover that it is just homemade Spaghettios. Perfect for the kids...and Betty Draper.
Views: 950 Recipe Archaeology
Jellied Chicken Salad - Chicken suspended in Jelly!
 
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This recipe is from the 1971 Betty Crocker recipe card library. You could subscribe to the library and Betty Crocker would send you a new recipe card on a regular basis to fill your library. We have seen several retro recipes out there for something similar to this. Although quite salty, it did not disappoint! It was just what you think it will be. Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology If you would like to support us and help us buy groceries to make more retro recipes, please visit our Patreon page and consider becoming a patron: https://patreon.com/RecipeArchaeology
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Molded Macaroni & Cheese - 1960 Knox Gelatine recipe
 
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At first glance, this recipe might seem like it would appeal to macaroni and cheese fans. Unfortunately, it was more like a macaroni salad instead of macaroni and cheese. Connect with us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/RecipeArchaeology and on Instagram: https://instagram.com/RecipeArchaeology Become a patron to help us make more shows! Visit our patreaon page to find out more: https://patreaon.com/RecipeArchaeology
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Spam taste test
 
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