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BEEF, PORK, AND LAMB (Depression Meatloaf)

BEEF, PORK, AND LAMB (Depression Meatloaf)

Yes, you are reading it right—this is called Depression Meatloaf. There’s an interesting history behind its unusual name. This meatloaf was served quite frequently during the Great Depression because it’s budget-friendly with inexpensive ingredients. It sure is tasty, though, and I’m sure your family will love it as much as […]

 
Chicken Liver Stroganoff

Chicken Liver Stroganoff

This is another chicken classic from the great 1960s: chicken livers cooked to a perfect creamy texture in sour cream and butter. Tastes great with cooked rice or mashed potatoes to make one fulfilling meal. Serves 4 | Prep. time 10 minutes | Cooking time 22 minutes Ingredients ½ pound […]

 
Poulette Creole

Poulette Creole

The recipe for Poulette Creole, which enjoyed much popularity in the Southern states, is more than a century old. Now loved across the world, it originates in Haiti and was brought to the U.S. by the slave trade. Serves 4 | Prep. time 20 minutes | Cooking time 3 hours […]

 
Chicken Spaghetti Casserole

Chicken Spaghetti Casserole

The Southern part of the United States is known for making casserole on just about any occasion. When you like something, then just a small excuse is enough, right? And on top of that, this vintage chicken spaghetti combines many all-time favorites like chicken, pasta, cheese, butter and a dash […]

 
Chicken and Corn Pudding

Chicken and Corn Pudding

This vintage chicken corn pudding is an evergreen recipe for casserole lovers. Its simplicity and classic taste take you on a nostalgic tour every time. Perfect for a relaxing weekend meal. Serves 4–6 | Prep. time 20 minutes | Cooking time 60 minutes Ingredients 2 cups corn, frozen or canned […]

 
Turkey Noodle-Poppyseed Casserole

Turkey Noodle-Poppyseed Casserole

Get ready for some inspiring turkey flavors in this classic noodle casserole. It creates a prefect aromatic fusion to tantalize your taste buds. Make it this weekend for a fulfilling dinnertime. Serves 4 | Prep. time 10 minutes | Cooking time 20 minutes Ingredients ½ cup melted butter ½ cup […]

 
45–60 minutes, until the chicken is tender and softened. Serve warm. Davidson, Louise. Vintage Recipes Vol. 2: Timeless and Memorable Old-Fashioned Recipes from Our Grandmothers (Lost Recipes Vintage Cookbooks) . The Cookbook Publisher. Kindle Edition.

Harvest Chicken

This hearty chicken recipe is from the 1950s. Perfect for fall, it makes one fulfilling dinner for your whole family complete with nutritious vegetables. Fill this fall season with memories and heart-warming flavors! Serves 4–5 | Prep. time 10–15 minutes | Cooking time 45–60 minutes Ingredients 3 tablespoons shortening or […]

 
Aunt Maddie’s Cream of Tomato Soup

Aunt Maddie’s Cream of Tomato Soup

This “secret” recipe is from my aunt Maddie who got it from her granny. She would always say this recipe is 90 years old, and it’s simply the best! Served with a grilled cheese, it’s a perfect match! This vintage recipe has few ingredients, but believe it or not, baking […]

 
French Onion Soup

French Onion Soup

Still a favorite in our family for cold winter meals, onion soup can be traced back to the Roman Empire! Onions were cheap and easy to grow. But it’s in Paris that this the modern version of the soup was created in the 18th century. It was introduced in America […]

 
Danish Split Pea Soup

Danish Split Pea Soup

Pea Soup Andersen’s opened its doors to the public. Run by a Danish immigrant family with a great marketing plan, the cafe grew into a popular chain serving over 100,000 bowls of soup every year. The business closed briefly during World War II but quickly resumed its growth afterward. In […]