Zoodles with Onions and Feta and Fighting Childhood Hunger

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Milk Shake Taste Test – Recipe Archaeology

Happy Valentine’s Day beloved viewers and readers! In honor of Valentine’s Day, Christine and I are giving our taste buds a break doing a yummy Recipe Archaeology. You may think it will be chocolaty since it is Valentines day and … Continued

Applesauce Salad – Recipe Archaeology

This weeks episode of Recipe Archaeology can be filed under both gross and yummy, if that is at all possible. Applesauce Salad had so much potential. Applesauce – good. Jello – good. Red Hots – good. Miracle Whip – not … Continued

Butternut Squash Risotto

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Jello Plum Pudding from Recipe Archaeology

Because it is Homecoming week at OU and because we love making things with jello in it, Christine and I have a special Homecoming episode of Recipe Archaeology today. This recipe comes from the 1972 University Cookbook from the University … Continued

Macaroni Papoose – Recipe Archaeology

The fun continues on Recipe Archaeology this week with a recipe called Macaroni Papoose. Macaroni Papoose comes from a little pamphlet type recipe book called the Jean Rich Cookbook of Macaroni, Spaghetti and Egg Noodles from 1930. This cookbook was … Continued

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