34 Recipes That Got Us Through the Great Depression
Times were tough in the 1930s and people had to be creative with the few ingredients they could find and afford. These dishes show just how inventive our ancestors could be!
Tin Vintage Log Cabin Syrup 100th Anniversary Tin 1887-1987 Advertising Tin Collector
Tin Vintage Log cabin Syrup 100th anniversary Tin 1887-1987 Advertising Tin Collector SIZE: 6 Inch Tall and 4 1/2 Inches Wide and 3 Inch Thick Thank you for visiting my 'closet' and finding something you liked while there. Please come back soon and share my store with your friends and family.
You're Over 60? Do You Recognize These Wacky Products?
From copy machines to beauty routines this is what your mothers and grandmothers had to contend with. Aren't you glad times have changed?
Faux Hostess Cupcakes - Childhood Lunchbox Memories
I can't tell you the excitement that would run through me when I would open my Lunchbox in Elementary School and find that my Mom had inc...
General Mills History
Beautiful Bisquick Biscuits In 1930, a hungry General Mills sales executive was traveling by train when the dining car’s chef whipped him up a batch of hot biscuits in mere moments. His secret? Pre-mixing the ingredients and storing the mixture in the ice chest. Unheard of! The executive saw the potential and the Sperry division of General Mills worked in secret to make Bisquick the very first pre-made biscuit mix.