Can You Name These Vintage Recipes From a Photo and a List of Ingredients?

By: J.P. Naomi
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Deviled Eggs Which of these vintage recipes requires hard-boiled egg, mayonnaise and relish?
Crispy Baked Eggs
Eggnog Salad
Deviled Eggs
Did you know that deviled eggs originated in Rome, Italy? Today they are most popular throughout Europe and North America. Be sure to serve them nice and cold!
Poached Eggs

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Chicken a La King What is the name of the recipe that gives you chicken and veggies in a creamy gravy over biscuits?
Chicken Salad
Chicken and Andouille Gumbo
Chicken a la King
There are varying accounts as to how Chicken a la King originated. What we do know for sure is that it is popularly made with sherry and mushrooms and was first mentioned in the "New York Times" in 1893.
Gravy Soup

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Cheese Soufflé For which recipe do you need cheese, breadcrumbs and milk?
Chicken Casserole
Hot Milk Sponge Cake
Blue Cheese Souffle
Blue Cheese Souffle is packed with protein and serves as a great side dish for beef. Want to whip one up for dinner tonight? Just make sure you have some cream of tartar on hand!
Baked Alaska

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Tuna Noodle Casserole Which recipe requires a can of stinky fish, egg noodles and peas?
Tuna Noodle Casserole
Tuna Noodle Casserole originated in the United States. Did you know that it became popular in the 1950s mainly because the ingredients were cheap and easy to find in the supermarket?
Sloppy Joe's
Lord Woolton PIe
Egg salad

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Olive-Stuffed Celery Which of these recipes mixes cream cheese with pimiento olives?
Vegetable Soup
Olive-Stuffed Celery
Olive-Stuffed Celery is a favorite around the holidays, such as Christmas and Thanksgiving. While it can be made simply with olives, cream cheese and celery stalks, some home cooks may add Miracle Whip, pickle juice and toasted pecans to their recipe!
Oyster Cheese Log
Swedish Meatballs

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Swedish Meatballs Can you name the recipe which mixes ground meats and spices into a round shape?
Swedish Meatballs
Swedish Meatballs are much like other meatballs when it comes to mixing ground beef, pork and sometimes veal with breadcrumbs, egg and spices. The only major difference? They are typically smaller in size - only two to three centimeters at most!
Gnocchi
Salmon Mousse Canapes
Mash Potatoes

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Salmon Mousse Canapes You'll need some cucumbers, cream cheese and fresh dill to make these party favorites!
Cranberry-Orange Roast Duckling
Cucumber Sandwiches
Bacon Water Chestnut Wraps
Salmon Mousse Canapes
Looking to make three dozen salmon mousse canapes for your next party? Grab two English cucumbers, eight ounces of cream cheese, half a cup of heavy whipping cream and of course... half a pound of smoked salmon or lox from the grocery store and get to it!

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Crown Roast For which recipe will you need a few racks of lamb?
Crown Roast
Well, the queen doesn't actually wear this crown, but she probably loves to eat it! Crown roasts are created by taking two or three single racks of lamb and tying them into a circle before cooking.
Pot Roast
French Onion Soup
French Onion Salisbury

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Meat Pie Which recipe requires pastry dough, ground meat, onion and spices?
Beef Soup
Meat Pie
Did you know that meat pies are thought to have originated in several different places around the world? The United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Belize each claim meat pies as their own! Can you claim them in your kitchen too?
Salisbury Steaks
Chicken and Mushroom Casserole

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Cranberry Eggnog Salad Which of these recipes requires crushed pineapple, a type of berry gelatin and a thick Christmastime drink?
Pina Colada Molded Salad
Old Fashioned Coleslaw
Cranberry Eggnog Salad
This vintage recipe is sure to bring out your holiday spirit, especially around Thanksgiving! Make sure to have your mold pan ready and don't attempt to serve your Cranberry Eggnog Salad until it is completely firm!
Mango Gelatin Salad

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Split Pea Soup with Ham Can you name the recipe whose base is made up of round green vegetables?
Split Pea Soup with Ham
Did you know that split pea soup is made from dried peas? The color of the peas, and therefore the soup, can vary depending on their geographic origin!
Tomato Soup
Green Bean Casserole
Three-Bean Baked Beans

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Banana Cake You'll want to use overripe fruit to make this dessert... what is it?
Fruit Cake
Banana Cake
The perfect vintage banana cake recipe includes one cup of sour milk or buttermilk, along with three large overripe bananas. Never throw out "old" bananas - instead, you should peel them and freeze them for future banana cake!
Ambrosia Salad
Preacher Cake

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Crab & Green Onion Dip Which recipe requires cream cheese, mayonnaise and seafood?
Crab and Green Onion Dip
Baked crab dip is simple and delicious. Join canned crab meat with cream cheese, green onion, garlic and mayonnaise, then serve with crusty bread at your next house party or holiday celebration!
Honey Horseradish Dip
Salmon Puffs
Chicken and Andouille Gumbo

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Pina Colada Molded Salad For which recipe do you need crushed pineapple, cream of coconut and lemon-lime soda?
Banana Cake
Pina Colada Molded Salad
Don't forget the all-essential gelatin packets! Pina Colada Molded Salad takes a short time to prepare, but allow several hours for proper chilling before serving!
Punch
Angel Food Cake

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American Lasagna Which recipe combines pasta, tomato sauce and cheese in a layered form?
Enchiladas
American Lasagna
Though its origin is Italian, lasagna is a warm and delicious favorite of many American households. Everyone has their own variation that has been passed on from generation to generation. Whose lasagna recipe is your favorite?
Tuna Noodle Casserole
Meat Pie

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Baked Alaska Can you name the recipe whose main ingredients are ice cream, cake and meringue?
Coconut Biscuits
Lemon Chiffon Pie
Peach Gelatin Salad
Baked Alaska
Despite its name, did you know that baked Alaska got its origin in New Orleans, Louisiana? It is said that the chef Antoine Alciatore coined the term at his restaurant in 1867, when the United States acquired Alaska from the Russian Empire.

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Potato Salad This side dish is full of starch and hard-boiled eggs. What is it called?
Potato Salad
Vintage potato salad is unlike your average potato salad. Some of the ingredients included in this recipe are onion, dijon mustard, evaporated milk, hard-boiled eggs and paprika. That is certainly a recipe for the ages!
Deviled Eggs
Mashed Potatoes
Oysters Rockefeller

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Creamy Eggs & Mushrooms Au Gratin For which recipe will you need heavy whipping cream, Parmesan cheese and green onion?
Creamy Eggs and Mushrooms au Gratin
Need a crowd-pleasing addition to your next brunch? Try good ol' fashioned Creamy Eggs and Mushrooms au Gratin! It is best made in a large cast iron skillet and takes just 40 minutes to whip up!
Mushroom Soup
Chicken Croquettes
Split Pea Soup with Ham

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Onion Soup Which recipe combines beef broth, Worcestershire sauce and a whole lot of one type of vegetable?
Potato Soup
Split Pea Soup
French Onion Soup
French Onion Soup is a classic recipe which is loaded with onions and rich broth. Raise your hand if your favorite part is the floating toasted bread and cheese on top!
Crab and Green Onion Dip

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Chicken and Andouille Gumbo Which of these recipes comes from the heart of Louisiana and requires Cajun seasoning?
Chicken and Andouille Gumbo
For vintage-style Chicken and Andouille Gumbo, go with the bone-in chicken thighs. There is a great deal of added flavor in this part of the chicken - just be sure to remove the skin!
Chicken Pot Pie
American Lasagna
Spicy Meatloaf

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Glazed Ham Can you name the recipe that combines brown sugar with meat from the pork family?
Cranberry-Orange Roast Duckling
French Onion Steak
Glazed Ham
Popular around the holidays, this recipe is a crowd-pleaser. Mix brown sugar, mustard and cider vinegar, then coat one large fully cooked bone-in ham. Bake, covered, until a beautiful glaze forms and enjoy!
Bacon cookies

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Honey Horseradish Dip Which of these recipes could you serve alongside cold cooked shrimp?
Honey Horseradish Dip
Honey Horseradish Dip combines stone-ground mustard, honey, horseradish and a base such as yogurt to create a delicious dip for cocktail shrimp. Vintage recipes also suggest serving this dip with cold sugar snap peas!
Crab Puffs
French Onion Dip
Marinara Sauce

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Cranberry-Orange Roast Ducklings Can you name the recipe that requires navel oranges, rosemary and a whole form of poultry?
Roasted Chicken
Cranberry-Orange Roast Duckling
This recipe not only requires fresh navel oranges, but there is also orange marmalade and orange juice involved! Add some fresh cranberries, sugar, soy sauce and chicken broth, and you've got yourself a delicious roasting sauce for this holiday treat.
Meat Pie
Duck Casserole

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Mango Gelatin Salad For which recipe will you need cream cheese, canned fruit and water?
Mango Gelatin Salad
Did you know that to make gelatin, you need both boiling water and cold water? Once the mold has set, it's time to garnish with mint or cranberries and serve!
Ambrosia Salad
Blue Cheese Souffle
Pineapple Upside Down Cake

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Easy Orange and Red Onion Salad Can you name the recipe that requires a lot of citrus?
Grandmother's Orange Salad
Easy Orange and Red Onion Salad
This classic recipe requires just two main ingredients, and of course a dressing. The dressing is made from white wine vinegar, canola oil, orange zest and juice, sugar and... ground cloves!
Orange Cake
Crab and Green Onion Dip

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Moscow Mule Which of these recipes is best served in a cold copper mug?
Margarita
Moscow Mule
A Moscow Mule is best served in a copper mug, though health advocates recommend they be lined with nickel or stainless steel. Its ingredients include vodka, lime juice and ginger beer, with a lime slice or mint leaves for a garnish.
Tom Collins
Sidecar

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Three-Bean Baked Beans Can you name the recipe which includes kidney beans, butter beans and pork and beans?
Three-Bean Baked Beans
Resembling a chili somewhat, three-bean baked beans is a hearty and warm dish that's perfect for a party or cold night on the couch! This vintage recipe includes molasses, brown sugar, barbecue sauce, mustard and chili powder, along with chopped onion. Also add bacon or ground beef, if you're feeling festive.
Sloppy Joe's
Bean Casserole
Creamy Eggs and Mushrooms au Gratin

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Creamy Fresh Asparagus Soup For which of these recipes will you need chicken broth, onion and a green vegetable?
Creamy Eggs and Mushrooms au Gratin
Creamy Fresh Asparagus Soup
Did you know that asparagus is planted in early spring and harvested once the stalks have reached six to eight inches in length? White asparagus is produced by growing the plants without sunlight.
Onion Chicken Soup
Meat Pie

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Sauteed Radishes with Green Beans What is the name of the recipe featuring a thinly sliced red and white vegetable?
Sauteed Radishes with Green Beans
Most people would tell you never to cook a radish. But cooks from the 1950s disagree! This classic recipe combines green beans with thin-sliced radishes in a skillet with butter. They are then tossed with sugar and salt, and served as a side dish. Eat up!
Green Bean Casserole
American Salad
Baked Oysters with Tasso Cream

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Cucumber Canapes Which recipe takes a regular salad ingredient and makes it the star?
Baked Oysters with Tasso Cream
Cucumber Canapes
Cucumber Canapes are a simple and refreshing appetizer. One traditional recipe includes white or rye bread, cucumbers (of course!) and a spread made from mayonnaise, cream cheese and various herbs and spices, such as dill and paprika.
Bacon Water Chestnut Wraps
Salmon Puffs

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Cheese Ball What is the name of this recipe which requires a few types of dairy products?
French Onion Dip
Cheese Ball
The vintage Cheese Ball recipe includes cream cheese, shredded cheddar cheese and mayonnaise, combined with relish, onion, Worcestershire sauce and fresh parsley! Serve with crackers and voila!
Sticky Buns
Croquettes

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Maine Potato Candy Can you name the recipe that takes a side dish and turns it into dessert?
Donuts
Sticky Buns
Molasses Bars
Maine Potato Candy
Legend has it that residents of Maine ate potatoes on a daily basis. They would then transform any leftovers they had into creative treats, such as bread, doughnuts and yes... chocolate covered candies!

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Silver Dollar Burgers Which recipe's name denotes the size of its featured food?
Sliders
Chicken a la King
Silver Dollar Burgers
Silver Dollar Burgers is the vintage name for what we know today as sliders! They are mini hamburgers served with pickle relish and a slice of cheese on a hamburger bun.
Swedish Meatballs

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Bacon Water Chestnut Wraps For which recipe are strips of bacon and toothpicks required?
Bacon Water Chestnut Wraps
So you don't like water chestnuts, huh? How about we wrap them in bacon and smother them with barbecue sauce... now do you like them? This classic recipe is one for the ages - wrap it in bacon and you will always win!
Cherry Bacon Hors d'oeuvres
Split Pea Soup with Bacon
Salmon Mousse Canapes

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Crab Puffs In which of these recipes are there hard-boiled eggs, horseradish and a type of seafood?
Crab Puffs
If you've ever made crab puffs, you know how delicious they are, and you know the amount of effort it takes to make them! This multi-step process takes 45 minutes to prepare, but once you do, you will have something special.
Deviled Eggs
Crown Roast
Chicken and Mushroom Casserole

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Mushroom-Stuffed Tomatoes Which of these recipes involves stuffing one vegetable into another?
Pepper Poppers
Mushroom-Stuffed Tomatoes
Mushroom-Stuffed Tomatoes are a delicious and classic side dish. After the sliced mushrooms are sauteed and combined with cream, bread crumbs and butter, they are stuffed into tomato halves and baked with cheese!
Honey Horseradish Dip
Baked Potatoes

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Peach Gelatin Salad Can you name the recipe that includes canned peaches and ginger ale?
Peach Gelatin Salad
Get your best jello mold ready to make this recipe! You'll also need one can of sliced peaches, lemon gelatin, ginger ale and chopped walnuts. Make sure the gelatin is fully firm before serving!
Cranberry Eggnog Salad
Pina Colada Molded Salad
Angel Food Cake

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Baked Oysters with Tasso Cream For which recipe will you need hot sauce, pork and toasted white bread?
Glazed Ham
Baked Oysters with Tasso Cream
Though these fan favorites only take ten minutes to bake, they take about an hour to prepare! Tasso ham is highly spiced and cured pork shoulder. Some people substitute chorizo for it.
Ham Bake
Tuna Noodle Casserole

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Yorkshire Pudding Which of these recipes is considered a relative of the popover?
Baking Powder Biscuits
Chicken a la King
Yorkshire Pudding
Yorkshire Pudding originated in Yorkshire, England, and was first published in 1737. The recipe contains milk or water, flour, eggs and roasted meat drippings. It is often served with beef and gravy, or sometimes bangers and mash!
Meat Casserole

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