Vintage Recipe Cards

Bread Pudding Recipe

A simple bread pudding without too many bells and whistles. When I think of bread pudding, I anticipate eggs and a rich custard binding the pieces of bread. Surprisingly, this recipe does not call for any [...]

Cranberry Crunch Bars Recipe

A perfect recipe for using up that can of cranberry sauce we all seem to have in our cupboard. You'll find cranberry sauce on sale after Thanksgiving so make a mental note to stock up when [...]

Interview: Jane E. Garrett, Author

When I started Recovered Recipes last year, I felt as though I might be the only person interested in rediscovering old recipes. In an age of online recipe sharing and food blogging, I worried vintage recipes [...]

Hot Milk Sponge Cake Recipe

This recipe card looks like it's been through a war. Splattered with a lifetime of use, the edges are cracking and crumbling. The recipe is simple and makes a basic sponge cake, perfect for a light [...]

Baking Powder Biscuits

A staple form of bread during the 19th and early 20th century, biscuits can be made in large batches to feed a crowd. As noted, the recipe can be used for shortcakes. My mother often made [...]

Coconut Pound Cake Recipe

Coconut gained widespread use during the 20th century and gives an exotic flavor to the common pound cake. I imagine this tasting delicious on its own but would also be nice drizzled with a berry sauce [...]

Grace’s Dutch Apple Cake

A small and simple cake loaded with apples and dusted with a cinnamon-sugar mix. The number of apples seems large for the amount of batter but maybe that is what makes this cake unique and interesting. [...]

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