with Mayonnaise! Tuna Waffles! Dr. Pepper poured on slices of lemon, people
tend to consume anything that comes to the mind – I mean anything!
honestly, nothing proves the aforementioned better than taking a look at some
vintage recipes that established these weird combinations
at Greenlemom bring to you some weird advert featuring some
meals, ranging from the not-so-distant past that will make you wonder how
your parents had lived to a whole new appreciation for living in the 21st
also feels great like when you try out hams with bananas, and hotdog in hot
cheese soup – incredibly delicious. Well, kindly scroll down and enjoy our
compiled culinary delights from the 50s. Perhaps, you will need to try them out
at our next event.
The Seven-Up In Milk
The Banana Candle
Banana And Ham Hollandaise – Yummy!
more insight on vintage foods, Bored
Panda spoke to a Professor from McGill University – Nathalie Cooke.
The Terrine of Garden Vegetables
Cooke revealed that Vintage party food recipes from the 50s were as a result of
food fashion and not just of a food fad.
basic flavor combination is something that has reached across the decades. What
you’re describing might appear quite odd to people in the 21st
century, but the taste combinations are savory and very sweet (bananas, ham and
tuna waffles) or sour and also sweet (mayo and lime).’ Professor Cooke
Almonds In The Haystack
The Cup Steak Puddings
Lime Cheese Salad
The Igloo Meatloaf
The Celery Victor
#11 The Philadelphia Cream Cheese
A Ham In Aspic
Ham ‘N’ Lima Bean Sadness Casserole
The Tuna Mold
The Crown Roast Of Frankfurters
on how things haven’t changed as much as we believe, Professor Cooke added: ‘If
we were to develop one of today’s favorite from the scratch, we would be starting
from the same basic taste combinations described in what at first glance seem