A recipe from “Meats for Men” published by
Tested Recipe Institute in 1954
In early cookery books, the dish was a means of using leftover roasted meat of any kind, and the pie dish was lined with mashed potato as well as having a mashed potato crust on top.
The term “shepherd’s pie” did not appear until 1877, and since then it has been used synonymously with “cottage pie”, regardless of whether the principal ingredient was beef or mutton. Folk etymology has led to the term “shepherd’s pie” being used when the meat is lamb, as shepherds are concerned with sheep and not cattle..
A recipe from an ad for Nestlé’s Milk published in 1954
Recipes from “Meat For Men” published in 1954
A recipe from “Meat For Men” published in 1954
Recipe from “Meats For Men” published in 1954
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A recipe from an ad for Underwood Devilled Ham published in 1954
New recipes that give heavenly zest to all sorts of low-cost, plain foods, make clever use of devilled ham. For just pennies you can glorify ordinary dishes with the delicious tang and extra nutrition of this superb flavouring ingredient. Try Underwood’s in your own favourite recipes. It’s a great trick!
When a food is considered devilled, it is typically prepared to be either spicy, rich, or both at once. Devilled ham is certainly one of the best known devilled foods, but others include devilled eggs, devilled crabs, and devilled shrimp. Foods are made devilled by adding spices and peppers to create the desired flavour; while dozens of recipes exist for making devilled hams, many cooks do not follow an exact recipe, but instead add spices and peppers to the ham until they feel the taste is correct. The specialized ham was originally meant to be a meat spread, but some other popular uses include serving it as a dip or using it as filling in tiny pastry shells served as hors d’oeuvres.
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Recipes from a 7-Up ad from 1954
Bright and smiley faces
When you serve this double treat
Take Seven-Up …your favourite ice cream…
And there’s a team that’s hard to beat!