A sweet and sour version.
The rice-studded meatballs made to stretch meat farther.
Really not a substitute for cake and ice cream.
A no-bake cookie for afternoon noshing.
With dry mustard and onion.
Take a note, Ruth: a 1930s gelatin salad.
The 1960s version.
A name for what’s really more of a class of recipes than a single recipe.
A 1930s Hollywood favorite, apparently.
No, don’t put the name on the recipe. That’d make it too easy.
Sometimes called Kelvinator cake.
A favorite in England, Scotland, and Washington, D.C.