|Copyright 1962 by Nalley's, Inc.|
They have recipes on their site, but a quick perusal shows me none of them are from this cookbook. Their product line sure has shrunk.
Devil #1 illustrates Hot Seafood Salad Diablo. Aand we are introduced to Nalley's Tang Salad Dressing, which, according to the photo on the cover, seems to be like Miracle Whip. I didn't scan in the recipes, because they are rather boring; it's the illustrations that spice this cookbook up!
Here's Devil #2, showing off his Oysters Diablo. Combine raw oysters with cans of Spaghetti and Meat, mustard and horseradish, top with Parmesean, and stick in the oven. Personally, ewwww.
Devil #3 is ready to chow on some Tang Devils Food Cake. That's right, chocolate cake with the previously mentioned Tang Salad Dressing (a whole cup!).
Hmm, seems there weren't as many devils as I thought. Oh well, onto non-devils!
|With an assist from Nalley's, eggs star at any meal!|
Let's get back to the tasty illustrations, shall we?
|Give a new day a bright new beginning with a breakfast that's different as well as delicious!|
|Happy breakfasting at your house and easy breakfast making!|
We're makin' biscuits!
All these illustrations make me want to make up my own set of recipe cards. Too cute!
Oven Fried Fish. Coated in potato chips (again with the potato chips!). The hula skirt is optional.
Sweet and Sour Bologna, tee hee. This is in the outdoor recipe section, so you put a 1 1/2-lb piece of bologna on the barbecue spit and baste it with a homemade sweet and sour sauce, then slice up and serve on buns with relish. As a person who has eaten fried Spam many times, this doesn't bother me at all ;)
Seems like there's too many illustrations for just one post, so I'll make this Part One of two. See ya then!
* Eggs Benedict are amazingly popular here. I rarely saw it on the menu back in Florida, but here it's on every menu, in many different combinations. John's Place makes a killer eggs benny with chorizo :)