Sunday, October 4, 2009

Mrs. Truman's Bing Cherry Salad!

13 comments:

  1. Hi Coralie,
    The header is so cool, and so are your recipes.
    I think I have to check out the fruit- salat- dressing.

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  2. This is the perfect recipe for me: 4 ingredients! This blog is going to be so much fun, and the picture in your header is perfect too!

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  3. This one sounds yummy. Will give it a try!
    BLessings!
    Gwen

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  4. Coralie, congratulations on your new blog! Vintage recipes is a great idea.

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  5. Judy from StambaughOctober 5, 2009 at 12:44 PM

    Hi, I love this blog. Do you remember the anise-flavored cookies that Baker's store used to carry? If you have a recipe, I'd love to have it. Thx.

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  6. Hi Judy! So happy you stopped by! I do remember those cookies and also all the baked goodies from Roberg's Bakery! Mom baked a lot but also visited Roberg's just about every day! Oh those yummy doughnuts and jelly Bismarcks. I can taste them still!

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  7. Cute blog! Thanks to you and your "Trout Creek" book, I'm going to be cooking cabbage rolls tonight!

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  8. How fun! I remember several of these recipes!! I think this is a GREAT idea! I love to try new (to me), old recipes!!
    Bon Appetit!
    Sharon

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  9. Jello salads always grossed me out as a kid, but this would make an easy dessert (without the mayo). Great blog.

    XOXO Empress Jade Vintage
    http://empressjadevintage.blogspot.com/

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  10. Laurie,
    Good luck with the cabbage roles! I've had Bob's Cabbage Rolls and they were/will be wonderful! Let me know how they turn out!
    Have fun!
    Coralie

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  11. Is this Mrs. Truman of first lady Truman? I wonder. I have a wonderful old book of recipes from Mrs. Hatfield--wife of Senator Hatfield from Oregon.

    Lovely!

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  12. Beth, Yes, this is Mrs. Truman, the First Lady!

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  13. Coralie, I just love these older recipes. I especially like that you include the original recipe cards. SO NEAT!

    Kelly
    http://tearinguphouses.blogspot.com

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