Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S QUICHE
ANCHORS AWAY – FRANK SINATRA FEEDS TODDLER NANCY
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This is wonderful! I don’t eat meat but that Apple-Cheese Pie sounds fabulous!
Please use a nice cheddar instead of the Velveeta and it will be delicious!
I’ll take the Peacemakers, thank you. With a nice dirty martini on the side (yes, it is after 7pm in my neck of the woods).
Oh yes, please. Me? I think most people would characterize how I drink a martini as dirty to the point of murky. But I love them.
Vicki, I even make a crazy Provençal style dirty martini with olives that are stuffed with anchovies! I know, it sounds crazy but wow is it good…
And Mr. Kaplan! Behave!!!
That sounds scrumptious!
Heather, I find myself wanting to ask what a “nice dirty martini” is but I better not!
If Jimmy Cagney made that meal would he do it in a particular place? And if he did would he announce it to his mother thusly “Look, ma, made it, top of the world!” OUCH! The horror, the horror!
Well, a martini sometimes can taste like lighter fluid, but — if you add a good splash of olive juice it makes it savory and wonderful. And yes, sometimes one needs a nice dirty martini to make it back on top of the world 😉
LOVE the look of this vintage cookbook.
I’m having a hard time imaginging the Apple-Cheese Pie, however. Apple Pie with a process cheese spread… Well, maybe a person shouldn’t knock it until they try it?
The look is great, the recipes… not so much 😉
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