Unknown Foods Your Grandparents Loved

Written by John fenster

Cloud Banner

Ambrosia salad is scattered about the supermarket, but no one seems to pick up the plastic case of fruit blended.

Ambrosia Salad

Cloud Banner

Southerners enjoy the meal at family gatherings and special occasions.

Cloud Banner

Aspic preserved meat by making it anaerobic. The culinary industrial revolution in the 1950s left people delighted since all the hard parts were ready-made and refrigeration was available. 

Aspic

Cloud Banner

Many users remember the "carob as a chocolate replacement" era, but everyone who has tried carob knows it doesn't taste like chocolate.

Carob

Cloud Banner

Carob bars and powder are hard to find now that it's out of style. Not marketing it as chocolate would make more people like it. 

Cloud Banner

Flying Jacob, a Swedish casserole with rice and salad, contains chicken, cream, chili sauce, bananas, roasted peanuts, and bacon. 

Flying Jacob

UP NEXT STORIE