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Disturbing vintage BBQ ,Picnic & Appies(caution to those with sensitive gag reflexes)

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This is a 1963 copy of a Better Homes & Gardens cookbook I found at the thrift store. Note the bacon wrapped corn and ….what is that on the barbi!??? Lets take a closer look..

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 Oh my…I think it is a big ole chub of balogne dripping in sauce…getting all puffy…mmmmmm.

How about this beauty 026.jpg A lovely Tuna Mousse full of cream, tuna, celery, olives, onion juice, horse radish, cucumber all incased in gelatine…mmmm…love it!

Here is a “Swank Porterhouse Steak”stuffed with onions & garlic with a mushroom butter sauce on top. 

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Now these two dishes are from another Better Homes & Gardens book from 1953

First , a “Liver sausage Pineapple”basically liver sausage mixed with a few other spices moulded around a jar and glazes with a gelatine /mayonaise mixture….it has a real pineapple top. Now… I kinda like liver sausage but It seems a little overhandled or something…or just plain over the top. I mean if you want to be creative try clay.

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This second dish is some kind of “Crown Roast of Spam”Not much I have to say…it kind of speaks for its self. What gets me is the combination of pineapple & asparagus on the same plate???

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About mountainmommy

Mother of 2. A beautiful 3 year old girl, my little 1 year old boy and my partner in life John. We live here in the beautiful East Kootenays.

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  1. EWWW!
    I have a bunch of Better Homes and Gardens books from this era, but not this one. They’re a great source for vomit-inducing recipes…have you encountered “Perfection Salad?” It’s shredded carrots encased in an aspic and topped with olives. BLECCH!

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  2. Great affair, did not thought reading this would be so stunning when I read the link!

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  3. This is just too much! What were these people thinking? Most cook books from the 60’s & 70’s produced some of the most foul looking food I’ve ever seen! What a waste…

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