Welcome back for Part 2 of this very special, very surprising collection of Carnation evaporated milk recipes.
For the wise mortgage-minder, nothing stretches your dollar like the 'saucy goodness' of Carnation evaporated milk! Green Beans and Mushrooms (pictured) and Vegetables Green & Gold keep the family nourished and the budget on target!
According to the book, you should celebrate the five year anniversary of your mortgage with a sizzling skillet Swiss Steak!
To escape some of the mortgage stress, the 'Managing Mother' likes to get away for a family picnic once in a while. Only then can she let the three tykes loose and have her husband whip up his scrumptious Picnic Frank and Bean Broil! The 'Managing Mother' lives for days like these.
'What's A Rainy Day For?,' asks this section. For the hand model featured in this picture, the ideal rainy day is spent gazing out at the rain-soaked garden and maybe grabbing a few No-Bake Maple Cones and some Spiced Coffee.
A romantic dinner for two just isn't right unless your dress matches the candles! (He notices!) And with Cold Cucumber-Celery Soup on the menu, you can ensure you'll match the first course, too.
The obligatory gelatin masterpiece of the book. Inexplicably, the writers don't divulge the exact details of what is suspended in the crown of the salad. Suffice it to say, you can put any fruits, vegetables, and 'et cetera' in one of these things!
This hip party scene is so jam-packed, I don't know where to start! The loner scarfing down hotdogs and the girl enchanted by his antisocial tendencies, the manic dancing (I think that's what's going on) in the center, and, on the other side of the room, the troubling instance of peer pressure interrupting the musical entertainment are a few of the brilliant elements that I could point out! I think this picture speaks for itself, though.
This time, the page's heading is really all you need to know: 'A lesson in In-law engineering,' or What to serve when you hate your In-laws. At least the chafing dish is festive!