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    Please DON'T Make That!

    Except maybe the igloo one...

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/ariannarebol...Qq#.vqxlZNM3OG

    Seems to me there was a serious effort during the 70s to make loaves out of EVERYTHING.

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    Let us know when you are done trying each meal

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    what about that pineapplish looking one for your special Hawaiian luau themed party?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertBerean View Post
    Except maybe the igloo one...

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/ariannarebol...Qq#.vqxlZNM3OG

    Seems to me there was a serious effort during the 70s to make loaves out of EVERYTHING.
    Try 50's-60's, according to my uncles; my grandmother evidently had a large collection of them. Salmon loaf was singled out for especial ire.

    ETA: I'm sort of intrigued by the ham and bananas hollandaise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikewhitney View Post
    Let us know when you are done trying each meal
    Safka, you are NOT "unknown", you were loved by many, and you will not be forgotten. I will always remember you Puginator.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mikewhitney View Post
    what about that pineapplish looking one for your special Hawaiian luau themed party?
    Yuck. That pic reminded me of the films they showed of surgeries where they show the flesh cut and held apart with clamps or whutever...eeewwwwww.

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Bad Pig View Post
    Try 50's-60's, according to my uncles; my grandmother evidently had a large collection of them. Salmon loaf was singled out for especial ire.

    ETA: I'm sort of intrigued by the ham and bananas hollandaise.
    I have to admit...the ham and bananas one did give me pause as well...

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    That Super Salad Loaf was from the 40s during WWII. Wow. Best Foods really contributed to the war effort.

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    Here's a new one. There are a few repeats from my first attachments. Some truly repulsive dishes.

    http://twentytwowords.com/horrendous...-actually-ate/

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertBerean View Post
    Here's a new one. There are a few repeats from my first attachments. Some truly repulsive dishes.

    http://twentytwowords.com/horrendous...-actually-ate/
    Gelatin was used to make foods go further. One or two of these I've seen in an old Better Homes and Garden's Cook Book I have in the "salad's" sections. During WWII food was rationed but there was plenty of Gelatin to go around so people had to get very very creative. One of these reminds me of a southern dish called Bologna Cake. What is that? Its Cream Cheese and layers of Bologna you wait until the bologna softens and serve it with crackers. Well needless to say its a cheep appetizer. Then there is the Tomato and Carrot Ring with dill and Basil Floating in Gelatin. And then there are Cool Whip and Gelatin Desserts Such as Orange. There's a Pineapple Cream Cheese one too but you have to make the Gelatin and Sugar first or else it won't set...
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