A pie recipe from “Delicious Dairy Dishes” published in 1936
Evaporated milk seems to have been the chosen substitute for cream in the US most of the last century. As far as I know we have only one type here in Norway an it is aproparately enough called Vikingmelk – Ted
A dessert recipe found in REMA 1000’s booklet “Sjømat På Sitt Beste” (Seafood At Its Best)
Sorbet is just a fancy name for frozen fruit run in a food processor while adding sugar syrup. If you’ve never made it before it sounds difficult as everything with fancy names but it is really very simple to make – Ted
A recipe from an ad for Campfire Marshmallows published in Good Housekeeping in 1921
Simply add Campfire Marshmallows to your favourite fruit salad; or use this recipe prepared by Alice Bradley, famous cooking authority. Then ask members of your family which way they like fruit salad best – with or without marshmallows
Make the test with Campfire Marshmallows. They are specially prepared for culinary use and are preferred by good cooks everywhere for their delicious flavour and fine texture; and also for their economy. Try it!