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Atora Steak Puddings - These look like props from a murder movie. | 21 Truly Upsetting Vintage Recipes
Cup Puddings "Atora" is the Maori word for chronic heart disease.
Like there’s bad beef suet? #vintage #ad #advertisement
Cup steak puddings made with beef #recipes cooking #cooking tips #cooking guide
Cup steak puddings made with beef suet :(
Hot dogs partially submerged in a golden sea of canned creamed corn. Desperate moms call for desperate dinners.
Stuffed Veal Timbale (The Creole Cookbook, Southern Living, 1972)
The California Prune Advisory Board proudly presents Savoury Steak Loaf, a dreadful suet pastry filled with "minced raw steak," bacon, and prunes, that can be baked or (gasp!) boiled!
Atora Steak Puddings and other truly revolting vintage recipes. I love love the photos. I remember eating the jello coleslaw salad as a kid. It wasn't bad, but it wasn't good.
A colour photo ad from 1959 feauturing recipes for four different kinds of No-Bake Lemon Pudding Pies.
Franco-American Beef Gravy ad featuring a recipe for Beef Gravy Burgers, 1950. God, this is depressing...
flesh-toned tuna mold with A-1 Steak Sauce....the eye is ALWAYS a freakin' Olive
Bacon steaks? Is that another word for oh, I don't know, slices of ham?
Vintage recipes for Spinach Pudding.
Jello Pudding by Shelf Life Taste Test, via Flickr
Great Ground-Beef Recipes, 1966. I'd say that the cow that the ground beef came from in that cabbage was anemic.
Boiled Plum Pudding.... I definitely see the boils. (by glen.h, via Flickr)