Tuesday, November 24, 2009

PB & J's, Ham & Peas, are what Retro is to Tuesdays!

So thought I would give this blog hop called Retro Tuesday a whirl because I am all into dredging up things from the past.
And speaking of dredging,the lost art of covering things with flour, sugar etc that in later years became known as "Shake and Bake", this is the time of year that many of us become lost in our kitchens cooking.
Be it that the colder weather has us seeking out comfort foods, or because we tend to congregate in each others kitchens more often, home cooked meals take on a new meaning in ones lives as the days draw darker earlier.
Many seek out to be the best cooks they can, some bask in the glow of some new found recipe that has become a hit.
Some,as yesterdays blog alluded too, try to remain healthy in their consumption of daily meals.
I do think though I have come up with a new goal to my kitchen duties.
I must never, and I repeat NEVER create a meal that will spawn such horrible effects as seen in these vintage ads below.
To do so would would not only freak the ham out of me but could definitely offend my friends and family as I swiftly throw their children out of my house.



4 comments:

The Crazy Suburban Mom said...

I'm loving it! The faces they were going for in those ads is beyond me, seriously. And I see them over and over and over and I always wonder - what about those expression would make someone want to buy - whatever!

lol

The faces and how many disembodied heads they used in ads too... odd!

Tracy :)

Vonlipi said...

Those are scary faces! I'm sure they are burned in my brain for quite a long time. Those kids are spawns of satan fo' sure!

Faerie Moon Creations said...

Oh how wonderful this post is! Funny and yet quite scary. :) What is that "thing" next to the ham on that girl's plate? And I swear, the girl in the second photo looks quite possessed over her jam!!! Thanks for such a great funny. :) Theresa

Maureen said...

Hahaha! Demon spawn!

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