Velocity Reviews - Computer Hardware Reviews

Velocity Reviews > Newsgroups > Computing > Computer Support > Re: That's Cooking!

Thread Tools

Re: That's Cooking!

Baron Von Reeve
Posts: n/a
You mean the era before those rotten video games. The days of jello 1-2-3 and
the pinto car which some of the mere commoners drove.

John Smith wrote:

> Whatever happened to the good old days? What ever happened to cottage
> cheese lime jello that many of us had at the ubiquitous church or community
> pot-luck dinner? What about the casseroles that you grew up on as a kid?
> What about the special cookies, pies and cakes that your mother and
> grandmothers made for you?
> Does a home made lemon meringue pie sound good? How about home made pinto
> beans? How about home made potato lefse (Scandinavian - similar to flour
> tortillas)? How about home made German sweet/sour cabbage, spaetzle and
> beef roulade?
> How about a home made cinnamon-nut muffin titled "Char's Muffins", served
> warm from the oven with plenty of butter, that simply has no competition?
> What about the rice krispies/marshmallow bars that are now available in the
> candy aisle of every grocery store and convenience store? Those things were
> developed with a grass roots following across the country by our mothers and
> our friend's mothers in the 1970's, not the candy company. They are
> supposed to be home made, not store bought (believe it or not, home made
> ones are actually less-sweet).
> I wanted to present a cookbook that reflected the tastes of my youth in what
> was considered in the 1970's to be hearty and healthy (well, maybe not
> healthy, but certainly mainstream). This collection of more than 200
> recipes is from my mother and it is literally the recipe file that she
> compiled over 40 plus years of marriage and 65 plus years of experience.
> There are more than 200 recipes in this book which cover the topics of
> breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts, snacks, ethnic cuisine from Scandinavia,
> Germany and Mexico, food preservation (canning), dill pickles and home made
> "Finnish cheese". This book is full of memories and new ideas for you to
> try in your home. I hope you enjoy it and that you get some new ideas from
> it.
> For your copy, send $10.00 check to:
> Americana Cookbook
> Swefinger Enterprises
> 1150 N. Loop 1604 West, Suite 108-277
> San Antonio, TX 78248
> Swefinger Enterprises is registered in Bexar County (San Antonio) Texas

Reply With Quote
Posts: n/a
Baron Von Reeve wrote:

> You mean the era before

Well, *that* was even dumber than your usual, 'Tommy'.

Reply With Quote

Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are On
Pingbacks are On
Refbacks are Off