Waldorf Pudding is one of those recipes with a history, and yet no consistent recipe has survived through the years. Said to have been served on the Titanic, we've recreated the idea as part of our 1920s Valentine's Day!
Heart Toast Points are one of those delicate recipes used when entertaining in the 1920s. We've made them part of our Valentine's Day series because they showed up in a 1927 copy of Delineator magazine and intrigued us with their simplicity and flavor.
Here's an on-trend recipe that uses a touch of edible flowers, while still being a throw back to the 1920s. Chicken a la Rose was a popular dish in the '20s and was prepared for President Coolidge in February 1924.
Social Cookies in today's lingo might be a tech term identifying the social media sites you frequent. But in the 1920s, they were a go-to recipe for tea and socialization in the midst of a changing world.
Fruit Cocktail was a staple on the table in the 1920s, in an era when refrigeration and convenience were coming into their own. We've updated that recipe and created a Superfruit Cocktail, perfect for what you need today!
Every bit as wonderful as green tea truffles available in high-end specialty chocolate shops! These indulgent dark chocolate ganache truffles are rolled in matcha green tea powder for Japanese-inspired intensity.
Frosty cold and delicious, this retro soda fountain-inspired chocolate malted milkshake gets a fresh and contemporary flavor upgrade. It’s prepared with an indulgent homemade dark chocolate syrup and malted milk balls covered with premium dark chocolate.