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Posted at 07:33 AM in Advertising from the 1950s, Vintage Ads, Vintage Food Advertising | Permalink
Spambake, yummay! I guess the peaches and thin film of mucus gives it that extra special somethin'
Is that really Reddi-wip on that Veg Pie? And what was the fascination with suspending food in gelatin back then?
I love this blog!!
04 June 2009 at 06:35 PM
I can never get enough old-timey recipes like the ones found in these wonderful ads. You can get such a feel for American culture from those recipe-ads.
Wonderful stuff. Thanks for posting. I may put a couple over at Touch Of Tuesday, giving you and jbcurio full credit, of course.
Laura Linger |
08 June 2009 at 12:30 AM
Vintage food advertising is a wonderful cure for nostalgia.
20 June 2009 at 02:26 AM
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