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(The Week)   Looking to have some fun with the kids in the kitchen today? Here are nine delightful recipes from the 1950s you should try. Relax, none contain Jello or Spam   (theweek.com) divider line 13
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2014-06-06 11:54:28 AM
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"Pancake turner"? Did they not have the word 'spatula' in the 50s?
 
2014-06-06 12:47:26 PM
Relax, none contain Jello or Spam

Well fu*k that then.
 
2014-06-06 01:50:52 PM
The tin soldiers are pretty cool, I am sure that's back when you could get them with extra lead.
 
2014-06-06 02:11:12 PM
Kabobs? Gee, whatever happened to those? Yet another cuisine opportunity swept away by the fickle winds of time.

Meat on a stick? Madness!
 
2014-06-06 02:17:50 PM
I know Eggs in a Frame as a Hole in One.

You can "cut" out the center by using the rim of any glass and twisting it.

Toast the freed circular piece of bread in the same manner as the "frame" and you have a nice piece of toast for dipping. And you're not wasting it.
 
2014-06-06 02:44:18 PM

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"Pancake turner"? Did they not have the word 'spatula' in the 50s?


I didn't come along until the 60s so I might be slightly wrong, but I think a 'spatula' used to only be the tool that moms used to put frosting on cakes.
 
2014-06-06 02:53:41 PM

FarkingReading: I know Eggs in a Frame as a Hole in One.


There seem to be maybe a hundred names for this dish.
http://www.seriouseats.com/2009/06/egg-in-toast-what-do-you-call-it. ht ml

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egg_in_the_basket used to list a large number but then the Edit Nazis started deleting ones that are unsourced.

Can someone make up a source so that we can add something like "yolkey goat sex" to Wikipedia?
 
2014-06-06 05:11:29 PM

HairBolus: FarkingReading: I know Eggs in a Frame as a Hole in One.

There seem to be maybe a hundred names for this dish.
http://www.seriouseats.com/2009/06/egg-in-toast-what-do-you-call-it. ht ml

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Egg_in_the_basket used to list a large number but then the Edit Nazis started deleting ones that are unsourced.

Can someone make up a source so that we can add something like "yolkey goat sex" to Wikipedia?


No idea what this means other than I now need another new keyboard....

/I.T. is going to figure out pretty soon why my keyboards have to keep being replaced. Thanks, Farkers!
 
2014-06-06 09:55:46 PM
What the dark is 'nippy' cheese?  I didn't think the Japanese even made cheese.
 
2014-06-06 10:53:40 PM
I have not, nor will I ever, GIS yolkey goat sex or, especially, yolke goatse.
 
2014-06-07 12:03:28 AM

FarkingReading: I have not, nor will I ever, GIS yolkey goat sex or, especially, yolke goatse.


Neither turns up the real image though the second does give
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2014-06-07 07:15:50 AM
My grandmother gave my brother and me a copy of that cookbook back in 1964. I had it for years. I see that there's a new edition available and I think I may get one for my grandsquidlet. I loved that cookbook.
 
2014-06-07 01:11:36 PM

HairBolus: FarkingReading: I have not, nor will I ever, GIS yolkey goat sex or, especially, yolke goatse.

Neither turns up the real image though the second does give



I have the strangest desire to make a sandwich with one slice of bread and two whole zucchini.
 
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