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Breakfast-in-a-Glass (1959) ★★★★

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For a while now I've seen smoothie recipes floating around the internet that include oatm...
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Nelson Balls (1881) ★★★★

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If you haven't already heard of  The Foods of England Project , I really recommend explori...
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Victoria Day Food History

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1854 Celebration of Queen Victoria's birthday on the grounds of the second Government House...
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"Busy-Day" Lemon Cheesecake (1959) ★★

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Today's recipe is actually sort of relevant, as I've been super busy lately! I have be...
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Chocolate Tarts (1829) ★★★★

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I felt like the 1820s were being left out, so here's a recipe to fill in that time gap! ...
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St. Patrick's Day Party (c. 1931)

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I love that The Settlement Cook Book includes holiday menus like this one for a Saint Patrick's...
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Applesauce with red hots (1963) ★★★

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On the recommendation of a reader, I decided to try out this recipe for applesauce with an in...
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Caramel Surprise Upside-Down Cake (1953) ★★★

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I wish I had found this recipe around Halloween, because it seems like a great way to use up any lef...
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Recipes for Red Hots (1929-1972)

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Still hanging on to those spicy cinnamon hearts from Valentine's? Also known as Red Hots (brand ...
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Blueberry-Cake (1870) ★★★

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While I was searching around for blueberry cake recipes, I came across some short story about...
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Washington's Birthday Luncheon (c.1931)

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Unless you're a new reader, you might already know that I'm Canadian. But I get a kick out...
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Macaroni with Tomatoes (1919) ★★★★★

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I think the last recipe I made from Vaughan's Vegetable Cook Book was Cooked Muskmelon , which...
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