The first cheese fondue recipe dates to the 1880s, but it wasn't popular in Switzerland until the 1930s, when the Swiss Cheese Union promoted it to encourage cheese consumption.
Corn pudding surpassed tapioca and rice pudding. This Southern and Appalachian dish has milk, creamed corn, sugar, and nutmeg.
Frosted Sandwich Loaf
1940s and 1950s parties popularised frosted bread. This centrepiece feast included bread, meats, veggies
All-American Potato Salad
Potato salad is a BBQ classic. German immigrants introduced this cuisine to America decades ago.
Icebox cookies, prepared from dough chilled in the fridge, were popular in the 1920s. This slice-and-bake cookie is tasty and convenient.
New England Meat Pie
Canadian and New England favourite cooked with ground meat, mixed vegetables, and hash potatoes. Christmas tourtiere was popular.
Hepburn's Lace Cookies
Katharine Hepburn, a 60-year Hollywood icon, made lace biscuits. This dainty dessert is great with tea or vanilla ice cream.
Creamy Cottage Cheese Dip
In the 1970s, cottage cheese was popular, not yoghurt. The typical individual ate 5 pounds of cottage cheese per year back then.
1970s bakers used soda. Micro marshmallows and buttermilk make Coca-Cola cake. Choconut-chocolate fudge will wow visitors.
Here's a beef stew recipe. The Trib first published Meat Bourguignon in 1952. It's made with tender beef, chopped veggies, and red wine.
Chicken salad on ciabatta or crackers is delicious. Made easily. Pineapple, capers, and stuffed olives are in this 1932 Macy's recipe.
Carnival Ice Cream Cake
Try this recipe instead of Carvel or Baskin-Robbins. This multicoloured cake originally appeared in 1975. Colors and sweetness? Powders?
Fannie Farmer published this 1900 celery and cabbage salad. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, Boston chef Farmer authored cookbooks.
Yankee Doodle Pizza Pie
This Yankee Doodle Pizza Pie appears in an old Life magazine. Baked beans, green pepper rings, and anchovies top it.
History Of The First Pizza