Sunday, January 1, 2012
Processed cheeses and monosodium glutamate abound in these New Years Eve dip recipes from 1967. For those hostesses that are feeling daring, the cookbook recommends experimenting with "foreign flavors", such as the recipe for "Rio Grande Dip", which calls for a 1 pound can of strained pork and beans mixed with processed American cheese and chili powder. Your digestive track will find it foreign, for sure.
From: Better Homes and Gardens Holiday Cookbook, 1967