1960s: Chicken a la King became popular. Certainly. It's simple to make but seems glamorous enough for company and intimate enough for Sunday supper because to its rich, creamy texture and lovely appearance.
Crown roast is a nostalgic recipe. Growing up, it was a Christmas staple because it's a beautiful meal that required little effort.
Watergate Salad is a wacky, sweet meal that typifies the gelatin-obsessed 1960s and beyond. We suggest it's time to revive this nostalgic recipe prepared with Jell-O pudding mix, micro marshmallows, pineapple chunks, and pecans.
Swedish meatballs were another '60s and '70s Christmas staple. Swedish meatballs were a staple before Ikea, savoury or sweet.
Chicken Diane used to be on every chichi restaurant's menu, and every home cook made it to dazzle guests. Today's kids need to know about Chicken Diane.
In the 1960s, why was French Onion Dip so popular? No celebration was complete without the dip, potato chips, and rye bread. Reintroduce this zesty, creamy dip.
Crêpes Suzette was a 1960s dinnertime staple. This beautiful dish is excellent for a romantic evening or breakfast in bed.
Salisbury Steak was a popular 1960s and 1970s dinner since it was cheap and easy to make. This steak wasn't quite steak, but it filled many hungry families.
Ambrosia is known for its exquisite taste and cloud-like texture. This throwback dish was popular in the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s.