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Vintage Snappy Saturday – Pillsbury’s Best 9th Grand National

Vintage Snappy Saturday – Pillsbury’s Best 9th Grand National

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Blueberry Boy Bait Today on The Mid-Century Menu

Blueberry Boy Bait Today on The Mid-Century Menu

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By RetroRuth This week on The Mid-Century Menu we decided to take a break from the gelatin and instead make something with blueberries!!! After all, who can resist a dessert called Blueberry Boy Bait? Not me. Especially when it works this well! Check it out on The Mid-Century Menu!…

Steamed Pork Buns On The Mid-Century Menu

Steamed Pork Buns On The Mid-Century Menu

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By RetroRuth Are you guys ready to get your pseudo-Asian on? This week I bring you Steamed Pork Buns, created by Lipton and chock-full of Russian dressing. Lots of dressing. But sometimes, even a half a bottle of dressing isn’t enough. Come on over and see!…

Tunnel Of Fudge Cake On The Mid-Century Menu

Tunnel Of Fudge Cake On The Mid-Century Menu

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By RetroRuth Check out this post, with bigger pictures on the Mid-Century Menu! All Hail the Tunnel of Fudge Cake! Not only does this amazing cake have a hilarious name (snicker) and an impeccable Mid-Century pedigree (it was a runner-up in the famous 1966 Pillsbury Bake-Off) but the darn thing…

Mid-Century Menu–Peanutty-Chocolate Tunnel Cake

Mid-Century Menu–Peanutty-Chocolate Tunnel Cake

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By RetroRuth You know, I spend a lot of time thinking about food.  I mean, mostly it’s bad food, but no matter how bad it is, it is still food. A lot of other people think about food, too. In fact, many people are obsessed with it.  I mean, look…

Mid-Century Menu–Simple Sloppy Joe Pie

Mid-Century Menu–Simple Sloppy Joe Pie

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By RetroRuth I hope I am not coming on too strong when I say there is nothing like a vintage Pillsbury Bake-Off Cookbook. Nothing. They are pretty much great from cover to cover.  The awkward pictures. The hilarious food combinations. The desperate need to have “Mrs.” in front of every…