Saturday, December 03, 2016

From the 1970s Recipe Cards of Mama Bull: Saucy Twist Pork Dish

If you're in the mood for a Crock-Pot® full o' cheesy, tomatoey, macaroniesque undercooked pork products, boy, has Mama Bull got the dish for you:

It's Saucy Twist Pork Dish, and there's a lot of it. And it's in every popular 1970s shade: Harvest Gold, Avocado, and Rose. Yes, if you liked Mad Men, you'll love this...pot o' pork. Because when you think about pigs, you automatically think...corkscrew-shaped pasta.

From my extensive research into the 1970s Recipe Cards of Mama Bull, it was illegal to cook something without a can of Campbell's Cream of Mushroom Soup.

This recipe serves a family of four to six, or two hobos.


joecab said...

We had those Betty Crocker recipe cards! I think they came out in weekly installments at the supermarket and at the end you could buy the box to hold them. I really wanted to try that Baked Alaska.

Smurfswacker said...

I presume a "can [of] pork luncheon meat" means Spam?

Jonathan Hendry said...

The 70s was truly the era of informative card products.

EAG46 said...

Please do more of these. I love old recipe cards. And cream of mushroom soup is an awesome Casserole Concrete. So is frozen creamed spinach.