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|Sugar Candy Treats History of Candy Candy History Part Deux Crispy Treat's History. Celebrities Favorite's
Weird Candy Trivia. Growing Candy.
Vintage Recipe Books 1.
Vintage Books 2
Coconut Recipe Booklet
Vintage 1930's Metropolitan
Hospitality in a "JIFFY" Mixes.
Good Cookies by Jean Disney.
|Read, "The Story of the Missing Cookie
Jar" by PenVampyre" A delightful little
Christmas story with mouthwatering
recipes for the most wonderful time of
Read "Santa and the Magic Key", plus
recipes for your holidays. A story by
Read "Easter and Where NOT to Hide
Eggs" Memories of Easters past and a
few vintage recipes.
Logan's Halloween Story -The original
story won first place in sixth-eighth
grade division of Southeastern Middle
School, 2005 by Logan Lyon
Food and Genealogy. A story By Robin
L. Wallace. Our lives, our families, our
very history's are defined by the foods
Family Reunion Recipes.
"The Fourth of July and Other Disasters"
(With Apologies to Jean Shepherd)
By Robin L. Wallace
A short story by Suellen Fry. Memories
of my father and his version of
Memorial Day Recipes - "For me,
Memorial Day was the day when we
went out where relatives were buried in
the tiny, local cemeteries and thoroughly
cleaned up each gravesite, carrying away
branches that may have fallen in the
Grandma Irwin's Story of Courage and
Swit Tater Biskits Recipe.
New - Home Remedies Medicines Recipes
From Olden Times.
New - Thanksgiving Day recipes and
story from the past.
New - College Foods and Other Mistakes
I Have Eaten.
|This is a depression era salad and salad dressing recipe book
from Heinz 57. Price 26.95, includes shipping. The graphics and
photo's inside the book give signs of this book belonging to the
1930's or 1940's, although I could find no date to substantiate
this belief. I recognize the bowls and shakers as being from the
depression. Once this booklet is sold, all this information will be
deleted. The information is only on the page with the intention of
selling the book.
The booklet starts with:
"We're off to a new adventure in salad making. In this book you
will find three basic salad dressing recipes. They've been put to
work and have produced for you 33 variations - 33 delicious
Try them all -- and try the many salads you'll find in these
pages. You'll find surprises . . . exciting new roads to good food!
There are sections too on hors-d'oeuvres, cocktails, sandwiches .
. . Build your own combinations. for a guide see the index in the
back . . . It charts salads specially good for certain occasions, --
luncheons, parties, Sunday night suppers, -- salads men like, --
but wait, see for yourself.
Make friends of these pages. You'll find them good and
dependable. They'll give you success in your adventures. . . .
|Given to a friend.
|The Heinz Salad Book 57
Something new in salad books for the woman who likes to make every meal a culinary triumph
The one recipe for all Salads
Buy only fresh greens
Deep refrigerated in vegetable pan
Make dressing in advance...
...Use the very best ingredients
Make salad just before serving
...then listen to them rave.
Published by H * J * Heinz Company Pittsburgh * Toronto * London
FRENCH DRESSING WITH 12 VARIATIONS
1/2 TEASPOON SALT
1 TEASPOON SUGAR
1/8 TEASPOON PAPRIKA
1/4 CUP HEINZ PURE VINEGAR
1/2 CUP HEINZ PURE OLIVE OIL
5 ingredients - Mix the salt, sugar and paprika together. Add vinegar and oil - beat thoroughly.
NOTE: Plain French Dressing is the only dressing in which we marinate salads. To "marinate" means to mix the salad
ingredients in French Dressing until every portion of them is well coated, and then to let them stand in a cold place for about
Here's a faster way - put ingredients in screw-top jar - SHAKE Keep in refrigerator. Shake well each time you use.
and from this one "Foundation" you can make:
Anchovy Dressing - good for Romaine and Endive, Egg and Anchovy
Chiffonade Dressing - good for Romain Salad and Cabbage Salad
to foundation recipe add 2 tablespoons chopped parsley, 2 teaspoons chopped onion, 1 hard cooked egg, chopped, and 1/4
cup cooked beets, chopped.
Chutney Dressing - good for Tongue Salad and Country Club Salad
Curry Dressing - good for Lettuce and Chicory or Chichen and Vegetable
Ketchup Dressing - good for Asparagus Salad or Lettuce Salad
Mustard Dressing - good for Mock Chicken Salad or Potato and Egg Salad
Parisian Dressing - good for Julienne Salad or Lettuce & Watercress
Piquante Dressing - good for Onion Salad or Fine with any fish salad
Roquefort Dressing - Hearts of Lettuce Salad or Romaine Salad
Spinosa Dressing - Tomato Sandwich or Ham Mousse Salad
to the foundation add 2 tablespoons capers, 1 tablespoon chopped Heinz Stuffed Olives, 1 teaspoon chopped parsley. Mix
Summer Dressing - Lettuce & Watercress or Cantaloupe Salad
Tarragon Dressing - Endive Salad or Cauliflower Salad
The booklet continues with MAYONNAISE DRESSING WITH 11 VARIATIONS and COOKED DRESSING WITH 10 VARIATIONS
Pure Cider Vinegar (fermented): Cider vinegar is the most popular vinegar in the United States, due mainly to habits fixed by
old Colonial conditions, when apples were the only plentiful source of vinegar.
Heinz Pure Cider Vinegar is made of spicy, aromatic Baldwins, Greenings, Northern Spices, Kings, Russets and other choice
apples. Whole apples are used, not just cores and peelings as in many inferior cider vinegars. Every apple used is sound
and firm. Heinz Pure Cider Vinegar is excellent for general use.
It cost more to make heinz vinegars. It takes longer -- much longer. The aging takes from six to twenty-four months. No
wonder their marvelous mellowness and delicate bouquet are an American tradition. Though a few cents higher, -- in actual
use Heinz vinegars are more economical, for you use less, due to their superb flavor, aroma and strength. They offer you
the happy combination . . . fine quality and thrift!