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Blast to the past...Does anyone make clam dip anymore? With Ruffles Potato chips?

Good old college parties--no one had any money--but we could always afford chips and dip.

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@Mel ....

"Does anyone make clam dip anymore? With Ruffles Potato chips? "


Yuk, Shades of the "24hr" stomach flu. Now known as Salmonella. (puke).

Love Ruffles... " Ruffles have ridges" .LOL

Let's compare notes! I think that I am bordering on senility. My wife says that I amaze her with my recall. LOL
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College years

Tuna casserole.

Velveeta cheese and canned Rotel tomatoes=Queso dip.

Bugles corn snacks Yuk. "Bugles turned 50 in 2014.” I remember when they first came out.

Tab diet soft drink You had to add lemon before you could even stand to drink it.

Growing up:

Poached eggs on toast.

Spoon bread.

Pot Roast.

Cherry Port Wine Jello mold--canned cherries, cherry jello, port wine, nuts=yummy

Corn Fritters

and casseroles...of all sorts. They seem a bit out of style now.

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As a kid, we lived below the acceptable poverty level. My mother would feed a family of 5 on about $1. Over the years, I have finessed these pedestrian recipes into truly good dishes. Casseroles ruled the 50's and 60's. My go-to cookbook is still a very old edition of Irma Rombauer's THE JOY OF COOKING.

I would love to share them with you.

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A friend of mine’s father grew up in an orphanage. When he was older, married, had a small business--he swore he would never eat another casserole in his life. That’s all he had to eat as a kid. With 12 kids of his own, I’m not quite sure how his wife did it. But she did...no casseroles.

I use the Joy of Cooking for reference--what temperature to roast something, how long, what you can use in place of something you don’t have....but the only actual recipes I’ve used from there were for a few of their homemade breads. At one time, I made all of the bread we ate. My french bread was the best. Then I got lazy.
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LOL.. As a young kid my mother, out of necessity, baked all of our bread. I always wanted to know why we couldn't have wonder bread like everybody else. I am sure that my mother's "from scratch" cooking, instilled in me my love of good home cooking. The one thing I could never abide, however, was the way she would mix non-fat dried milk with real milk to stretch it. Terrible!

My mother was a child of the depression and my father was born and raised in Brazil. Even after they became quite affluent, they couldn't quite shake their frugal ways. My dad would drive a brand new Mercedes, but there was no way he was going to pay someone to wash it or change the oil when he could do it himself. I am kind of the same way. Oh well....

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Trips back to Elementary School:

Big Chief writing tablets--red front cover with an Indian face in full head-dress. Everyone had Red Chief. I had to make do with plain tablets. Major envy.

Everyone had 64 colors crayon box with built-in sharpener. I had to make do with the 8 color box. I learned the difference between yellow-green and green-yellow with borrowed crayons from the large box.

Organizers which tied to the side of your desk. Everyone had these gorgeous store-bought bags with lots of pockets. My mom made mine out an old curtain (green flowery pattern with cream background) with only one pocket and a drawstring. Major embarrassment.

Clear Plastic slip-on galoshes--I never could get my shoes out after using them. Everyone else had yellow galoshes. Do we detect a pattern here?

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Slide projectors. Manually threaded movie projectors; the rattling noise if you had the film threaded wrong; ripped out sprockets at the beginning of the film.

SRA readers--Liitle booklets with Q&A about what you had read; reading levels marked by different colors. I was so proud when I got to gold. I also remember cheating to get that high.

Graduating from using pencils to cartridge ink pens in 4th or 5th grade. Left handed, I always had ink on the side of my hand. Rule: no squeezing the cartridge to make ink shoot at someone you didn’t like (or maybe someone you had a crush on).

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And last, but not least:
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All this talk about casseroles has me going to the store. Egg tuna casserole. As a kid it was one can of tuna, 4 hard bolded eggs, 2 chicken bullion cubes, a stalk if celery. water and milk.
Top with homemade baking powder biscuits and Voila! Dinner under a dollar. Of course, that was the 50's.

Today, It is locally caught and jarred tuna, fresh free range eggs, homemade chicken stock, Parmesgiano Regiano. Oh... The celery and homemade baking powder biscuits made the cut

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No, no, no.

Tuna casserole has canned tuna, noodles, cream of mushroom soup, ordinary cheese, potato chips on top, sometimes peas to make it “healthy". Of course, more expensive.

Anyway, NO biscuits or eggs.
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Crayon box - I think I started with a 8 piece set / later a 16 piece, was a big step forward.
- while the giant 64 piece, was always out of Moms budget...LOL

In Grade5 black ink pen, came to a city near us / I got one.
- had to do a post card on Thanks Giving, in public school art class

^^ Instead of using pencil crayons, I shaded a Pilgrim lady in black ink...with my new pen.
- it was the envy of the class
Drwg - lady standing on Plymouth Rock, over looking a Tall Ship anchored on the ocean's edge.
- a rather nice scene, using a different media...no others had seen / it was a huge competitive advantage
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Research--I guess a mimeograph and a ditto machine are different. Anyway, we used ditto machines.

From multiple sources, however:

"Both the isopropanol and the methonal found in ditto solvents are toxic substances. These chemicals can cause a host of medical problems when humans are improperly exposed.
Despite their toxicity, the aroma of pages fresh off the Ditto machine was a memorable feature of school life for those who attended in the ditto machine era. Apparently, it was so good, that when the teacher was handing out exam papers, the first thing the child would do was to lift up the sheet and inhale!”

mmmm...........

We used cigar boxes to keep pencils and crayons in. By the end of the school year, it was full of pencil stubs with worn-down erasers, broken crayons, the shavings from sharpening both, and pencil and crayon markings all over the inside walls. It was always so clean and pristine at the beginning of the year...by the end, it was a marked up mess, with the top halfway ripped off.

At least, that’s how mine looked.
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A young ventriloquist is touring the clubs around the country. One night he's doing a show in a small town in Oklahoma. With his dummy on his knee, he starts going through his usual dumb blonde jokes.

A blonde woman in the 4th row stands on her chair and starts shouting: "I've heard enough of your stupid blonde jokes! What makes you think you can stereotype women in that way? What does the color of a person's hair have to do with her worth as a human being? It's guys like you who keep women like me from being respected at work and in the community, and from reaching our full potential as a person. Because you and your kind continue to perpetuate discrimination against not only blondes, but women in general.... and all in the name of humor."
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The embarrassed ventriloquist begins to apologize, when the blonde yells: "You stay out of this, mister!
I'm talking to that little sh!t, sitting on your knee.
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CIGAR BOX - one resided in my dresser / it held all my worldly valuables, as a kid.

TOBACCO CANS - always saved them, good for storage.

SCIENCE CLASS - learning about the density of materials, in Grade7.
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^^ We learned a valuable school lesson...impossible to pick up Mercury, with your finger tips.
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Mel, Mel, Mel,

"Anyway, NO biscuits or eggs"

Biscuits are appropriate with all meals! Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. There is NOTHING like a good biscuit. Eggs... meh. Not a big fan. But with over 75 billion eggs sold in the US every year, I guess I am not in the majority.

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Don't even like the idea of it!

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College years

Tuna casserole.

Velveeta cheese and canned Rotel tomatoes=Queso dip.

Bugles corn snacks Yuk. "Bugles turned 50 in 2014.” I remember when they first came out.

Tab diet soft drink You had to add lemon before you could even stand to drink it.

Growing up:

Poached eggs on toast.

Spoon bread.

Pot Roast.

Cherry Port Wine Jello mold--canned cherries, cherry jello, port wine, nuts=yummy

Corn Fritters

and casseroles...of all sorts. They seem a bit out of style now.
Poached eggs, no. My eggs must be fully cooked.

Spoon bread? What is that so I can decide without tasting if I like it or not.

Pot roast, yummy!

Anything with jello in it, NO. I know what that crap is made of. However, if you catch me in party mode I just might get goaded into eating a jello shot.

Corn fritters! Yes! I have a homemade sauce to put on them! From my Grandma!

Casseroles are iffy. Sometimes they have too many ingredients. I will try a casserole dish and if it doesn't do it for me the first eating, then it's a no go and the recipe gets passed on to someone at work, that thinks it's just the bomb. If I try a casserole and the eating is good the first eating and not good the second, same thing. If I still like it after the second eating, then I keep that recipe.
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- Egg Sausage McMuffin is a great pick-me-up comfort food to start the day...some say

^^ You save around a dollar if you get a sausage Mcmuffin with a side egg
and it's exactly the same thing as a sausage and egg Mcmuffin.

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Garbage Trucks must go through brakes like crazy.

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LOL.. As a young kid my mother, out of necessity, baked all of our bread. I always wanted to know why we couldn't have wonder bread like everybody else. I am sure that my mother's "from scratch" cooking, instilled in me my love of good home cooking. The one thing I could never abide, however, was the way she would mix non-fat dried milk with real milk to stretch it. Terrible!

My mother was a child of the depression and my father was born and raised in Brazil. Even after they became quite affluent, they couldn't quite shake their frugal ways. My dad would drive a brand new Mercedes, but there was no way he was going to pay someone to wash it or change the oil when he could do it himself. I am kind of the same way. Oh well....

STJ!
Not a darn thing wrong with being frugal.

I need to take a few lessons from your Dad.

I generally am frugal, but if I see something I have really been pining for, I start getting out of control. Can't believe I have been able to control myself this long to not get another Doberman.
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I'm sure there's an explanation somewhere for this picture.

Thanks GJ/NoBite!

You are awesome!

July is almost here and I can get a new phone.

The explanation for this is, my acreage is waaaaaay out of control. I was just so happy to see it on my property again that I couldn't resist kissing and hugging it. I showed this pic to my co-worker and he said it looked like I was doing a lot more than just kissing and hugging it and he didn't want to know how far it went. LMAO I work with a bunch of smart asses.
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