Chopped Liver

This one is a hard stop for me, but I know other people like it. You will often find chopped liver on the menu of good Jewish delis. The recipe references “fat” to be added. During rationing, fat was saved and then used in cooking to replace butter and oil. You may want to use … Continue reading

Hot Chicken Salad

This is more like a tuna casserole but made with chicken. Could be good? Hot Chicken Salad – Serves 6 450ยบ 10-12 min 4 c diced cooked chicken 2 c thin sliced celery 2 c toasted bread cubes 1 c mayonnaise 1/4 c pickle relish 1/4 c evaporated milk 1 Tbs inst onion 1 Tbs … Continue reading

Small Fruitcakes

This recipe calls for Angelica, an ingredient I had never heard of before this. So what is Angelica? As it turns out, it’s somewhat like celery. Sounds weird, right?! I read it described as a combination of flavors from celery, anise and juniper. Apparently, this is much more well known in Europe as that’s where … Continue reading

Regal Peach Pie

This recipe card is really messy – not because it has spills or stains on it, but because the author of the card was clearly disorganized. They could have gone onto the back of the card to write out the instructions, but instead crammed them on the front. She also indicated “over” at one point, … Continue reading

Real Pumpkin Pie filling

I’m not really sure what “fake” pumpkin pie filling would be, but this one asserts itself as the real deal. It also is scant on the information, considering there is no amount of pumpkin to be found on the card! I don’t recommend it simply because it is incomplete. Perhaps for the spice measurements alone. … Continue reading