weight watcher's cards, 1974  um, I think I'll pass. no, no, it looks delicious, but.....I just ate.

Vintage Weight Watchers Recipe Cards - Fluffy Mackerel Pudding anyone? Be very glad WW has changed!

Spam.

There's only one real SPAM. (Note, I do not like SPAM, but somehow I was crowned the SPAM Queen by my friends in college.

The lively taste of Herring...mixed with my own bile as this acidic mixture burns its way back up my throat right before I'm about to vomit.

The lively taste of Herring.mixed with my own bile as this acidic mixture burns its way out through my stomac

Note that the serving suggestion here is with 3 ready glasses of beverage....to choke it down.

So snappy you need three glasses of cranberry juice to wash it down! So snappy they've placed it in at special roped-off area! Don't get to close to the casserole.

Oh, Weight Watchers, thank God you have come such a long way with your recipe cards...

I'm a big fan of the savory jellos. here is another offering from Weight Watchers: "Mexican Shrimp-Orange Salad"!

Kitschatron

Thick slices of Pork Product, festooned with Sliced Pimento and Stuffed Olives, suspended in Gelatine and served with a tall glass of Dab Beer!

Please note that the pictures in cook books are supposed to showcase a recipe so that you WANT to try it yourself.  I not only don't want to try this, I don't want to be on the same planet with this recipe!

Sea monster au bleu, served with sucked out tomato skins and pure molten butter lard.

Hot dogs in cucumbers...then deep fried. A lot of work, for something no one is gonna eat

Hot dogs in cucumbers, then deep fried. 'Cuz deep frying makes everything good

21 Truly Upsetting Vintage Recipes: Frozen Cheese Salad. Seems like being on Weight Watchers in the ’70s was kind of bummer, no?

Frozen Cheese Salad

The frozen cheese salad diet? Those on a Weight Watchers diet in 1974 might have feasted o.

I have a sinking feeling that the bottom aspic layer involves creamed chipped beef and canned mushroom soup. (1942)

I have a sinking feeling that the bottom aspic layer involves creamed chipped beef and canned mushroom soup.

There aren't enough "eww"s in the world to describe my reaction to Tuna -Stuffed Apricots.

Suggested for formal gatherings, because nothing is more formal than canned apricot halves filled with canned tuna. The festive piping makes it especially glamorous.

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