Iowa Ingredient - 1969 Recipes

1969 Baked Alaska Pie

We’re celebrating our 50th anniversary at Iowa Public Television with a spectacular treat! Baked Alaska originated in 1867 to commemorate the purchase of Alaska and it was still quite popular 100 years later.

24-Hour Salad

It’s our 50th anniversary at Iowa Public Television, and we’re partying like it’s 1969! Do you remember 24-hour fruit salad? It was found at many a celebration in those days, especially holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter.

whiskey sour

We’re celebrating our 50th anniversary at Iowa Public Television with a cocktail! Quite popular in 1969, this refreshing drink has been around for more than 100 years. The egg white gives it a creamy texture and a smooth head of foam. Cheers!

Pinwheel sandwiches

What better way to celebrate our 5oth anniversary at Iowa Public Television than with a 1969-style tea party? Featuring fancy sandwiches, of course.

Puzzle Sandwiches

What better way to celebrate our 5oth anniversary at Iowa Public Television than with a 1969-style tea party? Featuring fancy sandwiches, of course.

Mini-empanadas

The word fondue comes from the French word fondre, meaning “to melt.” Originally it applied only to bread and melted cheese, but in 1969 the term encompassed a range of dishes including cheese, dessert and assortments of meats and vegetables cooked in hot oil. It was a fun and memorable way to highlight a special occasion.

 
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