Combination Shrimp Salad

A recipe from an ad for Hellmann’s Real Mayonnaise published in Good Housekeeping in 1938post_ill

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Criss-Cross Cranberry Pie

recipe from “Cranberries and how to cook them” published in 1938

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Cranberry Tapioca

A recipe from “Cranberries and how to cook them” published in 1938
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Salmon And Asparagus

A recipe from Canned Fish Recipes published in 1938
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Jellied Tomato Rings With Tuna Fish Salad

A recipe from “Canned Fish Recipes” published in 1938
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Grilled Chop Platter With Cranberries

A recipe from the booklet called “Cranberries and how to cook them” published by Eatmor Cranberries in 1938post_ill

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Shakes 1938 Style

A recipe from “Delishious Dairy Dishes” published in 1938
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In context:
A milkshake is a sweet, cold beverage which is usually made from milk, ice cream or iced milk, and flavourings or sweeteners such as fruit syrup or chocolate sauce. Outside the United States, the drink is sometimes called a thick shake or a thick milkshake or in New England, a frappe, to differentiate it from other less-viscous forms of flavoured milk.

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