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Post# 1160840   10/1/2022 at 18:20 by Ultramatic (New York City)        

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Lemon, Orange Cake 1980

 

Welcome to Vintage Food Advertisements: Part Seventeen! Advertisements of prepared foods from the past...meats, fruits, vegetables, convenience foods, soft drinks, baked goods, snacks, candies, condiments, etc. Fresh, frozen, canned or bottled, it's all good!

 

Of course, everyone is invited to post related products. Please be sure any images you post do not contain watermarks or copyrights from any other sites or individuals.

 

Many of the ads contain recipes. If you decide to try one, please share! We would love to see the result!

 

Enjoy!  

 

Part One:

http://www.automaticwasher.org/c...

 

Part Two:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?76939

 

Part Three:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?77068

 

Part Four:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?77477

 

Part Five:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?78072

 

Part Six:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?79153

 

Part Seven:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?80075

 

Part Eight:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?80811

 

Part Nine:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?81101

 

Part Ten:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?82025

 

Part Eleven:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?82604

 

Part Twelve:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?82934

 

Part Thirteen:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?83564

 

Part Fourteen:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?84438

 

Part Fifteen:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?86253

 

Part Sixteen:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?87164

 

Part Seventeen:

https://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?89833





Post# 1160842 , Reply# 1   10/1/2022 at 18:23 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Armour 1940

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Armour 1940


Post# 1160843 , Reply# 2   10/1/2022 at 18:24 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Betty Crocker 1962

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Betty Crocker 1962


Post# 1160845 , Reply# 3   10/1/2022 at 18:25 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Lipton 1965

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Lipton 1965


Post# 1160846 , Reply# 4   10/1/2022 at 18:26 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Libby's 1965

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Libby's 1965


Post# 1160847 , Reply# 5   10/1/2022 at 18:29 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Bosco 1942

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Bosco 1942


Post# 1160848 , Reply# 6   10/1/2022 at 18:30 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Blue Label 1924

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Blue Label 1924


Post# 1160850 , Reply# 7   10/1/2022 at 18:32 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
French's 1956

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French's 1956


Post# 1160851 , Reply# 8   10/1/2022 at 18:35 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Green Giant 1954

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Green Giant 1954


Post# 1160852 , Reply# 9   10/1/2022 at 18:38 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        
Re: Reply #5 Bosco

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Is the chocolate syrup that my Mom always had on hand. She made us kids hot chocolate almost every morning with Bosco and we had cinnamon toast with it for breakfast.

We each had Jiminey Cricket cups that had eyes in the front that seemed to blink when we lifted the cups to drink from them. Mine and Joe’s were blue and Mary’s was pink. We also had a Tony the Tiger vinyl table cloth for breakfast too. Ah, childhood in the 50’s!

And at least once a week she would make us sundaes with vanilla ice cream and bananas and pour lots of Bosco on top. My brother and sister and I just LOVED Bosco! It had a much richer flavor than Hersheys chocolate syrup.


Post# 1160853 , Reply# 10   10/1/2022 at 18:39 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Creamettes 1976

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Creamettes 1976


Post# 1160854 , Reply# 11   10/1/2022 at 18:40 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Nabisco 1987

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Nabisco 1987


Post# 1160855 , Reply# 12   10/1/2022 at 18:43 by Ultramatic (New York City)        

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I'm with you Eddie! My sister and I grew up with Bosco. I think it's still available, but I doubt it tastes nothing as it did back then.


Post# 1160858 , Reply# 13   10/1/2022 at 18:57 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        
Louis

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Its good to have you back posting on your regular threads! I always enjoy ALL of them! Thanks for your efforts and all that you contribute to this website.

Eddie


Post# 1160862 , Reply# 14   10/1/2022 at 20:25 by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

Eddie, you were lucky your mom served you Bosco that contained iron. I wish I would have gotten that instead of the nasty iron tablets I had to take when I was between 8 and 10.

Post# 1160871 , Reply# 15   10/2/2022 at 00:07 by tolivac (greenville nc)        

I had Bosco as a kid-but no Tony the Tiger tablecloths or Jiminey Cricket cups.

Post# 1160906 , Reply# 16   10/2/2022 at 11:34 by Ultramatic (New York City)        

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Thank you Eddie. Great to be back and as always, it's my pleasure to keep the threads going.


Post# 1161054 , Reply# 17   10/3/2022 at 15:11 by kevin313 (Detroit, Michigan)        

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My mom bought a bottle of Bosco occasionally, but always had a big bottle of Ovaltine Malted Chocolate powder on-hand. We loved it!

Post# 1161057 , Reply# 18   10/3/2022 at 15:19 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        

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Kevin I loved Ovaltine too.

Our next door neighbor when I was 3 years old, Mrs. Brennen used to invite me into her kitchen for “coffee” when she’d see my playing out front. Mrs. Brennen would have a cup a joe and she’d make me a cup of Ovaltine. Made me feel like I was an honored guest in her kitchen.

Every time since then when I see Ovaltine or hear it mentioned I recall that kindly older lady.

Eddie


Post# 1161888 , Reply# 19   10/18/2022 at 04:27 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Armour 1961

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Armour 1961


Post# 1161889 , Reply# 20   10/18/2022 at 04:28 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Wyler's 1981

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Wyler's 1981


Post# 1161890 , Reply# 21   10/18/2022 at 04:30 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Thomas 1969

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Thomas 1969


Post# 1161891 , Reply# 22   10/18/2022 at 04:31 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
The Open Pit 1961

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The Open Pit 1961


Post# 1161892 , Reply# 23   10/18/2022 at 04:33 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Rice Council 1975

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Rice Council 1975


Post# 1161893 , Reply# 24   10/18/2022 at 04:35 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Royal 1919

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Royal 1919


Post# 1161894 , Reply# 25   10/18/2022 at 04:36 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Pillsbury, Tabasco 1972

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Pillsbury, Tabasco 1972


Post# 1161895 , Reply# 26   10/18/2022 at 04:38 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Nabisco 1962

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Nabisco 1962


Post# 1161896 , Reply# 27   10/18/2022 at 04:40 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Morrell 1950

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Morrell 1950


Post# 1161897 , Reply# 28   10/18/2022 at 04:42 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Karo 1965

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Karo 1965


Post# 1161969 , Reply# 29   10/18/2022 at 21:35 by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

I don't see Armour Treet at the stores I go in, but know it's still made. I guess Snack is Morrell's version of Spam and Treet.

Post# 1162602 , Reply# 30   10/26/2022 at 17:53 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Nabisco 1972

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Nabisco 1972


Post# 1162603 , Reply# 31   10/26/2022 at 17:54 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Hunt's 1969

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Hunt's 1969 Halloween


Post# 1162604 , Reply# 32   10/26/2022 at 17:56 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Mazola 1920

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Mazola 1920


Post# 1162605 , Reply# 33   10/26/2022 at 17:59 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Baker's 1941

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Baker's 1941


Post# 1162606 , Reply# 34   10/26/2022 at 18:00 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
A&P 1949

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A&P 1949


Post# 1162607 , Reply# 35   10/26/2022 at 18:02 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Kraft 1961

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Kraft 1961


Post# 1162608 , Reply# 36   10/26/2022 at 18:04 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Patio 1984

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Patio 1984


Post# 1162609 , Reply# 37   10/26/2022 at 18:06 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Pet 1924

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Pet 1924


Post# 1162610 , Reply# 38   10/26/2022 at 18:07 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Wesson 1958

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Wesson 1958


Post# 1162611 , Reply# 39   10/26/2022 at 18:12 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Swans Down 1955

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Swans Down 1955


Post# 1162613 , Reply# 40   10/26/2022 at 18:32 by appnut (TX)        
#33 Rich Chocolate Frosting

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Recipe uses an uncooked egg, not so sure about that.

Post# 1162617 , Reply# 41   10/26/2022 at 19:09 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        
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using an uncooked egg or egg yolk in Chocolate Frosting recipes in the first 60 or 70 years of the 20th century was very common. In my Betty Crocker Picture Cookbook there is at least one recipe for Chocolate Frosting that calls for an uncooked egg yolk. Personally I think that you’d be able to taste it in the frosting and the thought doesn’t appeal to me at all.

But then again, sugar is an acid and it will cause uncooked eggs to coagulate, like they’ve been subjected to heat if sugar and eggs are left in a bowl and not beaten right away, so perhaps the sugar in the frosting recipe has the same effect on the uncooked egg?

I’ll never know because I won’t be putting it to the test.

Eddie


Post# 1162968 , Reply# 42   11/1/2022 at 02:08 by DaveAMKrayoGuy (Oak Park, MI)        
re: Bosco…

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Didn’t seem to make it here as a regular grocer’s stock, remember chocolate, strawberry and blueberry offered in that long, tall glass bottle and even a picture of it in a children's book, right down to drawing my own in my own book I wrote and illustrated myself…

So, I tried each flavour and liked and after being discontinued, long-missed, though also miss the Hershey’s in the tin can, too…



— Dave


Post# 1164340 , Reply# 43   11/19/2022 at 20:21 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Coca Cola 1969

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Coca Cola 1969


Post# 1164341 , Reply# 44   11/19/2022 at 20:23 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Swanson 1958

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Swanson 1958 Thanksgiving


Post# 1164342 , Reply# 45   11/19/2022 at 20:24 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Welch's 1960

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Welch's 1960 Thanksgiving


Post# 1164345 , Reply# 46   11/19/2022 at 20:26 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Baker's 1950

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Baker's 1950


Post# 1164346 , Reply# 47   11/19/2022 at 20:27 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
A&P 1963

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A&P 1963


Post# 1164347 , Reply# 48   11/19/2022 at 20:28 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Hunt's 1961

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Hunt's 1961


Post# 1164348 , Reply# 49   11/19/2022 at 20:31 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Kraft 1959

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Kraft 1959


Post# 1164349 , Reply# 50   11/19/2022 at 20:32 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Morton 1956

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Morton 1956


Post# 1164350 , Reply# 51   11/19/2022 at 20:35 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Nabisco 1963

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Nabisco 1963


Post# 1164351 , Reply# 52   11/19/2022 at 20:37 by Ultramatic (New York City)        
Peter Pan 1960

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Peter Pan 1960


Post# 1164358 , Reply# 53   11/19/2022 at 21:46 by combo52 (50 Year Repair Tech Beltsville,Md)        
It’s neat to see all these food ads

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And we tasted and had all these foods as kids because my father was a buyer for a grocery store chain, but I’ve never seen a case where the storebrand was not as good or better than the brand-name and if you’re using good store brands,

 

today I don’t buy a single name brand product you’d have to dig through this whole house to find any brand-name item And you probably won’t,lol

 

Being smart and thrifty all my life buying economical cars using utilities wisely has allowed me to live very luxurious way in a large house and become a millionaire before I was 60.

 

I’ve never understood why people would pay more for the same thing, I went shopping at Aldis the other night, filled the shopping cart to overflowing and only spent $230 which will last me over a month. It took 8 trips to the car to carry it all in and almost an hour to put it all away, I also end up feeding several other friends many times a month and will make thanksgiving dinner for 10 from this shopping trip.

 

John 


Post# 1164433 , Reply# 54   11/20/2022 at 19:30 by jamiel (Detroit, Michigan)        

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Wonder if that Welch's jellied sauce was from a year when there was a cranberry shortage--there were some years in the early 60s that had crop problems.

Post# 1164463 , Reply# 55   11/21/2022 at 11:17 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        
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Jamie, you were very close. The Great Cranberry shortage occurred just before Thanksgiving in 1959 when traces a known carcinogen was in batches of cranberries just before Thanksgiving. (see NPR link below) I can vaguely recall the talk about this, but at the time I was 8 years old and didn’t like Cranberry Sauce so it was of no concern to me.

The Welch’s Cranberry Sauce in the ad looks like a much lighter and brighter red than Ocean Spray. BTW, in adulthood I found that I did like Cranberry Sauce, but only the jellied variety, the Whole Berry version is to tart for my taste. I especially love a nice white meat turkey sandwich with only mayonnaise, pepper and cranberry sauce on it, yum! I look forward to this after Thanksgiving every year.

Eddie


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Post# 1164467 , Reply# 56   11/21/2022 at 12:31 by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

Eddie, I don't think the Welch's contained any cranberries. The ad copy mentions it's a blend of concord grapes and cherries. It sounds good, but I've never seen it, so it must have been discontinued many years ago.

Post# 1164468 , Reply# 57   11/21/2022 at 12:35 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        
Tom,

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Thanks for pointing this out. I obviously didn’t read the ad very closely. I wonder if they sold much of this faux “cranberry” sauce? Sounds like the combination of grapes and cherries might have been tasty.

Eddie


Post# 1164479 , Reply# 58   11/21/2022 at 17:37 by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

Eddie, I didn't see it first, either. I'd certainly try it if it was still made.


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