Tag: food

Weekly Workbasket- July 9

That time already? WOW! These weekly workbasket posts really make me see how much time gets away from me, or just how fast it passes in general. It seems like I just typed my first one but here it is several posts later. Last Week: So…

Three Ingredient Frozen Strawberry Treat

The June 1952 issue of the Workbasket had a section on using strawberries and one thing that intrigued me was the “Frozen Treat,” so when strawberries went on sale I knew what I was going to make, Frozen Strawberry Treat! It was super easy and my…

Snow on the Mountain- Easy Recipe

Snow on the Mountain I’ve been cooking with my son and teaching him some basics for years, and somewhere along the lines he picked up/made up this recipe. He loves to make it sometimes for breakfast, it would also be great in a packed lunch. I…

Beef One Dish- Quick, Easy, and Healthy!

The May 1980 issue has a variant of this recipe, and I know I’d be cooking it and sharing it with you. Mostly because my family eats this 2-3 times a month anyway. We just love it. One reason I love it is that I always…

Pulled Pork Dip

This isn’t from a magazine issue, it’s just something I make that my family loves and asks for. I homeschool my son, so we regularly are cooking and eating (or packing) our own food three times a day. I will admit that quite often if lunch…

A Bunny Egg Cozy Fail

In the April 1949 issue there was an adorable little egg cozy, just basic crochet with instructions to make a rooster or a bunny. I was very excited because we eat insane amounts of eggs. My son and I will often has 2-3 soft boiled eggs…

Noodle Bake- Straight out of 1975

March got away from me before I tried the Noodle Bake recipe in the 1975 issue, but I did make it before going on my trip. Then I ate it a few times for lunch while traveling and while away. Not always easy to find gluten…

Two Words- Instant, Decaf

I’m not a coffee drinker, I’m a coffee guzzler. It’s true. I can easily drink a pot, or more, a day. There is not a single time you could offer me coffee and I’d say “no.” I don’t get the jitters, I don’t get withdrawal headaches,…