Food of the Fifties with Ruth Chier Rosen

Grapes Jill

Grape Jill shared recipe from Have Cookbook Will Marry

This recipe is from Have Cookbook Will Marry, originally published in 1957. This cookbook was intended for the blushing bride, to empower her in all ways that would be new, including providing meals for a new household. Many of the recipes were meant to be truly easy to make, while delivering BIG taste.
• 1 lb seedless green grapes
• 1/2 c sour cream
• 1 T creme de cocoa
• 1 c raspberries

[caption id="attachment_169" align="alignright" width="176"]Have Cookbook, Will Marry Published 1957[/caption]

Wash and remove stems from grapes. Pat dry in towel. Mix sour cream and creme de cocoa. Pour over grapes. Serve in shallow serving dish surrounded by fresh, washed raspberries.

Here's another recipe from the same book: Caraway Potatoes

Written by fiftiesfood88 — April 09, 2013

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