If you have always wanted to learn to cook like your grandma used to, then you are in luck! This issue is full of vintage dishes that are sure to remind you of your grandma’s cooking.
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1. Grandma Meme’s Meatball Stew – This old-fashioned slow cooker stew is made with homemade meatballs and plenty of chunky vegetables. This vintage dish is as hearty and comforting as they come.
2. Martha’s Breakfast Casserole (pictured) – You are sure to start the day off right with a big slice of Martha’s Breakfast Casserole. This delicious breakfast bake is loaded with hash browns, meat, and eggs.
3. Slow Cooker Green Bean Casserole – We took grandma’s classic recipe and turned it into a super easy slow cooker meal!
4. Grandma’s Prized Lemon Crazy Cake (pictured) – This Depression Era cake is an oldie but goodie. You will love how moist and full of lemon flavor this easy cake recipe is.
5. Grandma’s 3-Ingredient Secret – You’ll never guess what the secret to making this easy and delicious casserole is! This recipe would make a great side dish for Sunday dinner or even for a holiday.
6. Old-Fashioned Bible Cake – This cake recipe is fun and educational because its list of ingredients is inspired by verses of the Bible.
7. Chocolate Cream Brownie Pie (pictured) – This Chocolate Cream Brownie Pie is too yummy for words! A traditional pie crust is topped with a fudge brownie layer and delicious cream filling for the most decadent pie possible.
Hungry for more vintage meals?
Well, you’re in luck. Food Network star and cook book author Addie Gundry is serving up plenty of classic meals in her new cookbook, Retro Recipes from the ‘50s and ‘60s. This stunning cook book is a journey into rediscovering the delicious dishes of the past, like Grasshopper Pie, Beef Wellington and Homemade Candy Buttons. This book is a phenomenal addition to any cook’s collection.
“It takes a genuine senior citizen to recall popular foods from the 1950s and ’60s. But baby boomers’ offspring no doubt will have relished many of the recipes Gundry has collected…Most recipes are a breeze to concoct from pantry staples, but even Gundry’s simplified beef Wellington has its place for celebratory dinners.” —Mark Knoblauch, Booklist